Lionel Ray Green is a horror and fantasy writer, an award-winning newspaper journalist, and a U.S. Army gulf war veteran living in Alabama. He loves his mom and misses his dad, who died on July 15, 2015. He ironically loves Bigfoot and hobbits and believes Babe is the greatest movie ever made. Lionel writes a column for HorrorAddicts.net titled The Bigfoot Files.
His short stories have appeared in the anthologies The Best of Iron Faerie Publishing 2019; Divinity: An Iron Faerie Publishing Anthology; Halloween Horror: Volume 1; Trembling With Fear: Year 2; Trembling With Fear: More Tales from The Tree; America’s Emerging Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers: Deep South; The Hamthology; Sorry, We’re Closed; Alabama’s Emerging Writers; The Heart of a Devil; Fifty Flashes; How Beer Saved the World 2; Graveyard; Frightening; Tales from the Grave; In Creeps the Night; and 22 More Quick Shivers.
His short story “Scarecrow Road” won the WriterWriter 2018 International Halloween Themed Writing Competition All Hallows’ Prose, and his short story “A Tale of Two Shards” was third runner-up in the WriterWriter 2018 International Fantasy Writing Competition Phoenix Rising.
His work has also appeared in The Poet’s Haven Digest anthology, It Was a Dark and Stormy Night; in Issue 1 of Cross+Decay magazine; and in the 2017 issue of From the Depths magazine. His fiction has also appeared online at Horror Tree’s Trembling With Fear, at Who Writes Short Shorts?, at Visual Verse, and at 50-Word Stories where his “Bedraggled” was selected Story of the Week for June 16, 2019.
Lionel has released six short stories on Amazon Kindle: “Scarecrow Road,” “One Lucky Girl,” “The Price of the Princess,” “Tap,” “Peace of Mind,” and “Dead of Winter.”
Visit his Amazon Author Page.