About The Author


Ray Bradbury once wrote, “Gregory Miller is a fresh new talent with a great future.” Miller was born in State College, Pennsylvania, in 1978. His first two collections of stories, Scaring the Crows and On the Edge of Twilight, received excellent critical recognition for small press publications, and were republished in an omnibus edition, Crows at Twilight. Two of the story-chapters in The Uncanny Valley: Tales from a Lost Town, the first book in The Uncanny Chronicles, made Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year list in 2010 and 2011. Its sequel, Darkness in the Valley, Miller’s first major novel, was published in January 2016. This was followed by a book of 31 Halloween stories, Dark Nights and Candlelight, in October 2018, and a chapbook, Magic Things, in 2022. All of the covers (and many of the interiors) of Miller’s books are illustrated by artist John Randall York. A high school English teacher, Miller currently lives in Pittsburgh, and can be reached at gmillerwriter@gmail.com

6 Responses to About The Author

  1. ihindus says:

    Hi. Just had the pleasure of discovering the Uncanny collection via a recent kindle daily deal. Throughly enjoyed it, looking forward to discovering more of your work 🙂

    • Wonderful! Thanks very much for the feedback, and I’m very glad you enjoyed it. I hope you’ll keep in touch and let me know your thoughts on the other books. Also, the prequel to The Uncanny Valley should be out in time for Halloween, if things continue along on their current course. All best, Greg

  2. Leon says:

    Love all your books, looking forward to more. Have you though of adding a bibliography page here so readers can make sure they have all your works.

  3. Hello Mr. Miller,
    I’d like to reach you about a little Hallowe’en project we’d like to do at Storylink Radio. I can’t find a contact address for you though. Perhaps you’ll see this and be able to contact me at my email address below?

    Thank you. 🎃
    – Shandon

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