Stephen L. Antczak

Stephen L. Antczak sold his first short story in 1990, and since then has had over 40 short stories published, some in anthologies such as Adventures in the Twilight Zone edited by Carol Serling, Gahan Wilson’s Ultimate Haunted House, and the Barnes & Noble book 100 Wicked Little Witch Stories. His short novel, God Drug, and story collection Daydreams Undertaken were published by small press Marietta Publishing. He wrote the award-winning short film “No Witness,” and co-produced and co-wrote the feature version of No Witness (starring Corey Feldman and Jeff Fahey). He also wrote the script for the feature Sex & Consequences (starring Joan Severance and Corbin Bernsen). His play, Romeo’s Ghost, was produced in Chicago and Los Angeles. After that, he wrote the Nightwolf comics, as well as several other titles (Herc Brown, Zombies in Love, Arkadian, Beowulf the Legend). In 2014 he wrote, produced, and directed the short film “Not the End of the World.” Most recently, his short story “Piranhacane” was published on the web site He lives in Atlanta.