Adam P. Lewis

Adam P. Lewis immersed himself within the world of horror at an early age. While growing up and snowed in at the foothills of the Adirondacks, he read the likes of Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, and Ambrose Bierce. These authors, along with many others, inspired him to write his own horror, sci-fi, and mysterious fiction. Adam’s work isn’t merely based on fictional monsters, but also historical figures such as Lizzy Borden, Edgar Allan Poe, Lewis and Clark, and Sacagawea. Adam is also credited for book reviews, movie reviews, essays on true crime, and song publishing credits; musically and lyrically. Currently, Adam is working on historical horror novellas, short stories, true crime, and collaborations. When not writing, Adam resides in the heart of the Adirondacks reading, watching baseball, and being a husband and father. For more information, publications and questions, visit, follow Adam on Twitter @adamhorror, or on Facebook.

Uncanny Books proudly published Adam’s short novel, The Remains, as part of The Chapman Books in March 2014, available in trade paperback and ebook versions.

Ginger Nuts of Horror posted a great review with Adam available HERE.