Tim Waggoner

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Tim Waggoner is the author of numerous novels, three short story collections, and over one hundred published stories in the Fantasy, Horror, and Thriller genres.

Education[edit]

Waggoner graduated from Wright State University in 1989 with a Master of Arts in English with a Creative Writing Concentration.[citation needed]

He holds BS ed. and MA degrees from Wright State University.[1]

Career[edit]

Waggoner has written and published novels for both adult and young readers, including Temple of the Dragonslayer and Return of the Sorceress (both for Wizards of the Coast), Dark Ages: Gangrel and Exalted: A Shadow Over Heaven's Eye (both White Wolf), Necropolis (Five Star), and Defender: Hyperswarm (I-Books).[1] He is also the author of the short story collection All Too Surreal (Prime Books).[1] He has published numerous short stories in the fantasy and horror genres, and his articles on writing have appeared in Writer's Digest, Writers' Journal, New Writer's Magazine, Ohio Writer, Speculations, and Teaching English in the Two-Year College.[1] He has also written the Nekropolis series of urban fantasies and the Ghost Trackers series written in collaboration with Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson of the Ghost Hunters television show.

A number of his stories have received honorable mentions in various editions of the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror.[1] He won first place in the 1998 Authorlink! New Author Awards Competition and was a finalist for the Darrell Award for Best MidSouth Short Story in 1999.[1] His novella The Men Upstairs was nominated for the 2011 Shirley Jackson Award.[2]

Teaching[edit]

He serves as a professor of English and coordinator of creative activities at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio.[1] Waggoner also teaches creative writing at Seton Hill University, Pennsylvania, in an innovative low-residency Master of Fine Arts degree program in Writing Popular Fiction.

Personal life[edit]

In addition to writing fiction, Waggoner has worked as a newspaper reporter, magazine editor, and copy editor.[1] He has two daughters from a previous marriage.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Dying for It (2001)
  • The Harmony Society (2003)
  • Gangrel (Dark Ages Vampire) (2004)
  • Nekropolis (2004)
  • Defender: Hyperswarm (2004)
  • Like Death (2005)
  • Exalted 5: A Shadow Over Heaven's Eye (2005)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street: Protege (2005)
  • Pandora Drive (2006)
  • Darkness Wakes (2006)
  • Cross County (2008)
  • Last of the Lycans (2010)
  • Beneath the Bones (2012)
  • The Way of All Flesh (2014)[citation needed]
  • Grimm: The Killing Time (2014)[citation needed]

Series[edit]

The Blade of the Flame[edit]

Dragonlance: the New Adventures[edit]

Ghost Trackers[edit]

  • Ghost Trackers with Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson (2011)
  • Ghost Town with Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson (2012)

Godfire[edit]

  • Orchard of Dreams (2006)
  • Heart's Wound (2006)

Lady Ruin[edit]

  • Lady Ruin (2010)

Nekropolis[edit]

  • Nekropolis (2009)
  • Dead Streets (2010)
  • Dark War (2011)
  • The Nekropolis Archives (2012) (Omnibus edition of above novels and the short stories "Disarmed and Dangerous," "The Midnight Watch," and "Zombie Interrupted")

Shadow Watch[edit]

  • Night Terrors (2014)
  • Dream Stalkers (2014)

Stargate[edit]

  • Stargate SG-1: Valhalla (2009)

Supernatural[edit]

  • Supernatural: Carved in Flesh (2013)
  • Supernatural: The Roads Not Taken (2013)

Collections[edit]

  • All Too Surreal (2002)
  • Broken Shadows (2009)
  • Bone Whispers (2013)

Short Fiction[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]