Philip Fracassi

Philip Fracassi, an author and screenwriter, lives in Los Angeles.

His upcoming collection of stories, BEHOLD THE VOID, will be published by JournalStone on March 10, 2017. He has a novella, FRAGILE DREAMS, due in November 2016, and a second novella, SACCULINA, due in May 2017, both from JournalStone. He is published in several current and upcoming publications.

He has worked in the entertainment industry for over 20 years and was the founder of Equator Books, a publishing house and rare, out-of-print bookstore in Venice, CA.

Prior to publishing, he spent seven years as a live music producer for House of Blues Entertainment, producing concert DVD’s for The Psychedelic Furs and Public Enemy and more than 3,000 live internet broadcasts with bands such as The Cure, Motley Crue and Depeche Mode. He also produced the first live streaming concert ever broadcast over the internet.

Philip currently works full-time in the film industry and on his writing. His screenplay credits include “Girl Missing,” distributed by Mar Vista Entertainment (2015) for Lifetime Television and “Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups,” distributed by Disney Home Entertainment (2012). Films in development include “Escape the Night,” “The Boys in the Valley,” “Gothic,” and “Vintage.” Visit his IMDB page for more on his film projects.

His new horror novelettes, “ALTAR,” and “MOTHER” are currently available as individual paperbacks and Kindle eBooks via

His literary novel, “The Egotist” is also available online.

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Edited by 2016-11-13 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (9)
2021  Boys in the Valley (Earthling Halloween Series, #16)
Release date - October 2021
2019  The Rejects
(science fiction, horror)
2018  Overnight
(horror, thriller)
2017  Shiloh
2017  Sacculina
(horror > weird fiction)
2017  Behold the Void
(horror > weird fiction, short stories)
2016  Fragile Dreams
(horror > weird fiction)
2016  Altar
(horror > weird fiction)
2015  Mother
(horror > weird fiction)

Others non-spefi books (1)
1999  The Egotist