D. Alan Lewis is a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee who now resides in Nashville with his children.
Alan’s debut novel, a fantasy murder mystery, The Blood in Snowflake Garden was a finalist for the 2010 Claymore Award. The novel has been optioned and is currently in development to be a television series.
Alan’s other books include, The Lightning Bolts of Zeus from Dark Oak and The Bishop of Port Victoria. He is the author of the paranormal-noir Dietrich’s Nashville series. He is editor of the anthologies, Capes & Clockwork vol. 1 & 2, Luna’s Children: Full Moon Mayhem and Luna’s Children: Stranger Worlds, and the upcoming Tales from Port Victoria.
His novella, Keely and short story, The Celeste Affair won the top spots in the 2015 Preditors & Editors Reader’s Poll for Best Steampunk Novella and Short Story.
He also has short stories in a number of anthologies, including Pulpology, Tall Pulp, Dreams of Steam 4-Gizmos, Black Pulp, Nashville Noir, Beyond the Skyline, Comfort Foods, and Midnight Movie Creature Feature Vol.2, and many others.
Alan also works as an organizer and speaker with the NWMG in Nashville, TN, running writing/critiquing groups and publishing/marketing workshops each year.