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Brian Hodge is a prolific writer in a number of genres and subgenres, as well as an avid connoisseur of music. He currently lives in Boulder, Colorado, where he is working on his latest novel.

Brian Hodge
OccupationNovelist, Essayist, Music Journalist, Musician
Genrehorror, crime

Brian Hodge's novels are often dark in nature, containing themes such as self-sacrifice. He often explores unique belief systems in his stories.[1]

He has been nominated for numerous awards, and won the International Horror Guild Award for best short fiction.[2]




  • Mad Dogs (Cemetery Dance Publications, 2007) ISBN 1-58767-149-2
  • World of Hurt (Earthling Publications, 2006) ISBN 0-9766339-7-3
  • Hellboy: On Earth As It Is In Hell (Pocket Books, 2005) ISBN 1-4165-0782-5
  • Wild Horses (William Morrow & Co., 1999, hardcover and Ballantine, 2000, paperback) ISBN 0-345-43810-8
  • Prototype (Dell, 1996, and Delirium Books, 2007, hardcover) ISBN 0-7615-6219-2
  • The Darker Saints (Dell, 1993) ISBN 0-440-21113-1
  • Deathgrip (Dell, 1992, paperback and Delirium Books, 2005, hardcover) ISBN 0-440-21112-3
  • Nightlife (Dell, 1991) ISBN 0-440-20754-1
  • Oasis (Tor Books, 1989) ISBN 0-8125-1900-0
  • Dark Advent (Pinnacle, 1988) ISBN 1-55817-088-X

Short fiction collectionsEdit

Known convention appearancesEdit

World Horror Convention '93, '96, '99, and '00. Death Equinox '97, '98, '99, and '01. Brian was the Horrific Literatist GoH at Death Equinox '97, and a Veteran GoH for each following year.


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