Simon Dewar lives in Canberra, Australia, with his wife and three daughters. By day, he is an Infrastructure Systems Engineer, specializing in building complex environments, application deployments and implementation of virtualization technologies. By night, with the help of his two Werekitties of Doom, he writes terrifying and gruesome tales that his wife refuses to read.
Dewar’s story “The Kettle” can be found in Bloody Parchment: The Root Cellar and Other Stories, and he will see his story “The Wire Bird” published in the forthcoming anthology The Sea. Dewar steps into the role of editor for the horror anthology Suspended in Dusk, due later this year.
He is currently working on a novella called The House of Waite and has various pieces of fiction on submission.
“High Art” (with Karen Runge) – DEATH’S REALM: The Anthology
Simon’s blog: Writing and Editing the Literature of Anxiety