Del Howison is an award-winning editor, journalist, fiction author and actor. He has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award three times (and won it once), for the Black Quill Award twice, for the Shirley Jackson Award and for the Rondo Hatton Award. Along with his wife Sue, he founded and has operated Dark Delicacies (America’s Home of Horror) in Burbank for 17 years. His short story The Lost Herd was retitled The Sacrifice scripted by Mick Garris and directed by Breck Eisner and used as the premiere episode on NBC’s anthology show Fear Itself. He has co-edited four books including all three of the Dark Delicacies anthologies and The Book of Lists Horror. His latest book is When Werewolves Attack from Ulysses Press. He also co-wrote (under the pseudonym of D. H. Atrial) Vampires Don’t Sleep Alone with Elizabeth Barrial. His film acting appearences include Dahmer Vs Gacy, The Erotic Rites of Countess Dracula, Blood Scarab, and The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisted.
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