Author Brian A. Hopkins, Biography

 

 

  Date of Birth / Location

 

  Professional Job Experience

  • Author (1989 - present), see Bibliography

  • Editor (2000 - present), see Bibliography

  • Electronics Engineer (1983-present), Department of Defense, Tinker Air Force Base, OK

  • Department Manager, Oshman's Sporting Goods' Hunting, Fishing, and Camping Department (1981-1983), Germantown, TN

  • Assistant Store Manager, World Bizarre Imports (1980 - 1981), Raleigh Springs Mall, Memphis, TN

  • Roustabout, Zapata Offshore Drilling (1979), a Rig in the Gulf of Mexico, (Point of Departure: Houma, LA)

 

  Awards/Recognition

  • Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Horror, Long Fiction, 2002

  • Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Horror, Anthology, 2001

  • Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Horror, First Novel, 2000

  • Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Horror, Long Fiction, 1999

  • Finalist for the Nebula Award, Novelette Category, 1999

  • Finalist for the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for Science Fiction, 1999

  • Finalist for the International Horror Guild (IHG) Award, Long Form (1997), Short Story (1997), Long Form (2002)

  • Finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contest, 1989

 

  Education

 

  Hobbies / Interests

  • Motorcycles

  • Photography

  • Critters

  • Firearms, Weapons, Martial Arts

  • Carpentry

  • Reading, Book Collecting

  • Scuba Diving

  • Sailing

 

  An Easy-to-Grab Paragraph for Publishers

Four time Bram Stoker Award winner Brian A. Hopkins is the author of Something Haunts Us All (1995), Cold at Heart (1997), Flesh Wounds (1999), The Licking Valley Coon Hunters Club (2000), Wrinkles at Twilight (2000), These I Know By Heart (2001), Salt Water Tears (2001), El Dia de los Muertos (2002), Lipstick, Lies, and Lady Luck (2004), and Phoenix (2013), as well as more than a hundred short stories. Brian has been a finalist for both the Nebula Award and the Ted Sturgeon Memorial Award for science fiction, as well as the International Horror Guild Award. Between motorcycle adventures, he lives in Oklahoma City and spends way too much time on Facebook, where he's become known for his photography. You can learn more about him by visiting his webpage at www.bahwolf.com.

Copyright 2013 Brian A. Hopkins, 2013-07-26 10:59, www.bahwolf.com