Author Archives: Andrew Pyper
I participated in a documentary airing on Vision TV (and elsewhere) titled Hell: A Survivor’s Guide. Here’s a clip: Hell: A Survivor’s Guide
Came home from vacation to find these beauties! (The paperback edition of The Damned is out in Canada and the U.S. on Feb. 9).
Here’s the trade paperback cover design of The Damned that Simon & Schuster has come up with for Canada and the U.S. I really like it. But then again, I’m the sort who can stare into a fire for hours, … More
Finally going through the nest of stuff in my office’s cubbyhole and came across a photo of me at the desk where I wrote The Wildfire Season. This was in the summer of 2004, in a 12×12 apartment (room? closet?) … More
I like lists. Best Ofs and Most Oftens and Worst Evers. They don’t necessarily bear great meaning, but they provoke conversation, and the creation of more lists. The Demonologist made a list the other day, so naturally I thought I’d … More
I’m honored to see The Damned right next to Clive Barker’s new book in Terrence Rafferty’s roundup of recent horror novels in The New York Times. “Smart, inventive….this is what demons—living or otherwise, human or not—do best: they mesmerize, they … More
NOW Magazine, the alternative culture bible of my town, Toronto, has been around a long time. And this week, my bloody mug is on the cover! It’s an honest-to-god thrill, as is the idea that tomorrow morning, the good people … More
The Damned has just been published in the UK and here’s a particularly nice notice I wanted to share from the Daily Mail: “An intense and satisfying supernatural story…The novel underlines Pyper’s growing reputation as one of the most talented … More
So thrilled to see USA Today give The Damned a damned great review in today’s issue! “Damned scary…As well-written as it is chill-inducing…The more terrifying and unnerving aspects of the novel – and there are many – are just as … More
The Damned has made its way onto the Globe and Mail Canadian bestseller list in its first week out! (It’s at #7 overall, and #1 among hardcovers). Very grateful to y’all!