David Wellington (author)
1971 (age 45–46)
|Notable works||Monster Island|
Wellington was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He attended Syracuse University and received an MFA in creative writing from Penn State. He also holds a master's degree in Library Science from the Pratt Institute. He now lives in New York City.
The Monster novels involve a global zombie apocalypse and describe how humanity has been reduced to tiny pockets of existence.
Wellington's vampire novels follow a Pennsylvania state trooper battling a centuries-old vampire.
- Thirteen Bullets (2006 online serialization; 2007 print)
- 99 Coffins (2007)
- Vampire Zero (2008)
- 23 Hours (2009)
- 32 Fangs (published April 2012)
Wellington's werewolf novels are set in remote Arctic Canada. The series follows werewolves who are being hunted to extinction by humans.
- Frostbite was published on October 6, 2009. The web serialization can be found at Wellington's website.
- Overwinter was released on September 14, 2010.
- Plague Zone (Online serialization. Went to Kindle September 2012)
Jim Chapel missions
- Chimera (2013)
- "Minotaur" (2013 e-book)
- "Myrmidon" (2013 e-book)
- The Hydra Protocol (2014)
- The Cyclops Initiative (2016)
Space opera trilogy (as D. Nolan Clark)
- Forsaken Skies (2016), ISBN 978-0-316-35569-8
- "Chuy and the Fish" in The Undead: Zombie Anthology (Oct. 2005, Permuted Press)
- "Cyclopean" in The Undead: Skin and Bones (Aug. 2007, Permuted Press)
- "Twilight in the Green Zone" in Exotic Gothic (2007, Ash-Tree Press, ed. Danel Olson). Click for Podcast by author.
- "Grvnice" in Exotic Gothic 2 (2008, Ash-Tree Press, ed. Danel Olson).
- "Off Radio" in Buried Tales of Pinebox, TX (June 2009, 12 to Midnight)
- "Atacama" in Exotic Gothic 4 (May 2012, PS Publishing, ed. Danel Olson)
- David Wellington (2007) Monster Island, Snow Book, About Author section
- "David Wellington Biography". Retrieved 2010-03-08.
- Brownfield, Troy (June 22, 2009). "The Zombies - This Time, With Literate Roots". Newsarama. Retrieved 2009-06-23.
- "Characters Welcome: A Profile of David Wellington". Retrieved 2011-03-26.
- Eugune. "Brains Behind… An Interview with David Wellington". Retrieved 2011-03-26.
- "Overwinter: A Werewolf Tale". Retrieved 2010-12-10.
- "FORSAKEN SKIES by D. Nolan Clark". Kirkus Reviews. Retrieved 1 September 2016.
- Wellington, David, "Twilight in the Green Zone" (2007). Danel Olson, ed. Exotic Gothic (Print). Ashcroft, British Columbia: Ash-Tree Press. pp. 46–60. ISBN 978-1-55310-099-7.
- Wellington, David, "Grvnice" (2008). Danel Olson, ed. Exotic Gothic 2 (hardbound). Ashton, British Columbia: Ash-Tree Press. pp. 186–191. ISBN 978-1-55310-109-3.