is an American author.
Elizabeth Massie is a two-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author of horror novels and short fiction. She has also written historical fiction for young adults.
Her first short horror story, "Whittler," was published in David B. Silva's The Horror Show
magazine in 1984. Since then her horror fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies including, among others, Best New Fantasy and Horror
, Best New Horror
, Inhuman Magazine
, Hottest Blood
, A Whisper of Blood
, Kolchak the Night Stalker: Casebook
, and more.
Massie's horror novels, novelizations, comics, and collections include:
- Sineater (1992 - Pan Books, 1994 - Carroll & Graf, 1998 - Leisure, and 2004 - Simon & Schuster/iBooks)
- Southern Discomfort (Dark Regions Press - 1993)
- Welcome Back to the Night (1999 - Leisure)
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Power of Persuasion (1999 - Simon & Schuster)
- Wire Mesh Mothers (2001 - Leisure)
- Shadow Dreams (1996 - Silver Salamander and 2002 - Leisure)
- Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark (co authored with Stephen Mark Rainey) (1999 - HarperCollins)
- The Fear Report (2004 - Bloodletting Press)
- Twisted Branch (written under the pen name "Chris Blaine", 2005 - Berkley Books)
- Homeplace (2007 - Berkley Books)
- The Tudors: King Takes Queen (2008 - Simon Spotlight Entertainment)
- The Tudors: Thy Will Be Done (2009 - Simon Spotlight Entertainment)
- DD Murphry, Secret Policeman (co authored with Alan M. Clark) (2009 - Raw Dog Screaming Press)
- Julie Walker is The Phantom in Race Against Death! (2010 Moonstone Books)
Massie is also the creator of "Skeeryvilletown," a horror cartoon world featuring creatures and monsters. These include 3-Eyed Devil Cat, Boo Boy, Wolfie, Fire Breathing Dog O' Death, Bonehead, the Witch Sisters, Rattie, Battie, and others.
Massie lives outside Waynesboro, Virginia with illustrator Cortney Skinner.