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Robert McCammon
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    (July 17, 1952- )
    Born in Birmingham, Alabama
    American horror writer
    Novels include: Baal, Mystery Walk and Usher's Passing
    Also wrote Blue World, a collection of short stories
    BA in Journalism form the University of Alabama
    Won the Bram Stoker Award for best novel in 1987, 1990 and 1991
    Won the World Fantasy Award for best novel in 1992
    Writes the Matthew Corbett mystery novels
    Was retired 1992 - 2002
    He usually doesn't show women in a positive light in his books if they are in them at all.
    He won't allow his first four novels to be re-published because he doesn't think they are good enough.
    He named his daughter Skye.
    A couple of TV episodes and his short story Blue World are his only works to be filmed.
    He was a newspaper reporter.
    He doesn't mind the frequent comparisons he receives to Stephen King.
    He helped form the Horror Writers Association.
    He has sold millions of books.
    His Matthew Corbett books are believed to be the first mystery novels set in colonial America.
    He freely gives interviews and once gave one in Russian through an interpreter!

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