Steven Paulsen is a Melbourne writer whose prize winning work has been published in books, magazines, journals and newspapers around the world. He writes short stories - which tend to be horror, fantasy or science fiction - and a variety of non-fiction including essays, book reviews, author interviews and travel articles.
He is the author of the best selling children's horror book, The Stray Cat, which has also seen publication in several foreign language editions, and his horror short stories have appeared in anthologies such as Dreaming Down-Under, Terror Australis, Strange Fruit, Fantastic Worlds, and The Cthulhu Cycle.
Steven has also written extensively about Australian horror and dark fantasy in numerous publications including Bloodsongs, Eidolon, Sirius, Interzone, The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, Fantasy Annual, The St James Guide to Horror, Ghost and Gothic Writers, and The Melbourne University Press Encyclopedia of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy.
More information about Steven and his work can be found at: www.stevenpaulsen.com