Michael Picco


Michael Picco (born 1968), is a published short-story writer, poet and satirist. He has published in a variety of media, including newspapers, playwriting, blogs, and copywriting. HP Lovecraft and Stephen King and Anne Rice were early and enduring influences on his writing and prompted him to study English as undergraduate. Michael received his B.A. in English (Cum Laude) in 1993 at Western State University. Fraser is his first novel-length publication.

Michael currently lives and works in Denver, Colorado.

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Fraser - The Disappearance of Michael Pitts
Series: James Rover, Book 1. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 110,580. Language: English. Published: May 3, 2014 by Ctales Publishing publisher@ctales.com. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction, Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
“There are things you should not know.” Wendy said in a sing-song voice “What the hell is going on here?” James gasped. The gurgling drew James’ attention back to the river. “Who’s there?” James called. No response. “Are you injured or…” His voice trailed off as a figure lumbered close to shore. Whatever it was, it wasn’t human. At least, not anymore. This is a full length novel (110,000 words.)

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