Douglas Clegg has been a solid horror writer for many years now. He appeals to a wide audience as his stories and novels combine horror, fantasy, and suspense. The uniting factor in his work is an edgy supernatural presence. These are not the paranormal tales of Sookie Stackhouse. Think more Tom Piccirilli, Robert McCammon, and early Dan Simmons.
In honor of the re-release of his classic, Neverland, Clegg sat down with Dark Scribe Magazine to talk about his life and his work. He touches on his process, issues of genre, and future work. Click here to read the full interview.