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“Like Bradbury on acid” (Greg Gifune, The Bleeding Season), Keith Deininger is an award-winning author known for blending elements of fantasy with horror in his surreal, literary style. His work is often described as disturbing, surreal, and cinematic, “its tutelary spirits are Barker and Lynch, Carpenter and Cronenberg” (Peter Tennant, Black Static Magazine) and he has been called “one of the finest writers of imaginative fiction out there” (Craig Saunders, Deadlift).
His first novel, The New Flesh, was published in 2013 to critical acclaim, called a “dark and sinister debut” (Ronald Malfi, Little Girls), and Deininger hailed as a “prodigious talent” (Jon Bassoff, Corrosion). His follow up, Ghosts of Eden, was equally well-received as a “twisted masterpiece” (Allan Leverone, Tracie Tanner thrillers) and a “psychedelic journey through alternative realities, familial relationships and the mysteries of the mind.” Deininger has since published several novels and novellas, including the horror novel Within (“Best horror 2015”, Michael Patrick Hicks) and the “Mcarthyesque fever-dream” (C. M. Muller) Fevered Hills. He is also the author of A Game for Gods, the first title in a highly anticipated, literary and imaginative dark fantasy series.