About Ari

When Ari Marmell has free time left over between feeding cats and posting on social media, he writes a little bit. His work includes novels, short stories, role-playing games, and video games, all of which he enjoyed in lieu of school work when growing up. He’s the author of the Mick Oberon gangland-fantasy-detective series, the Widdershins YA fantasy series, The Goblin Corps, and many others, with publishers such as Del Rey, Pyr Books, Wizards of the Coast, Omnium Gatherum, Dragon Moon Press, Macabreink.com and Titan Books.

Ari currently resides in Austin, Texas. He lives in a clutter that has a moderate amount of apartment in it, along with George—his wife—and the aforementioned cats, who probably want something.

You can find Ari online, if you’re not careful.

Below you’ll find a few notes from my blog… I will admit… I spend more time on my books than the website but I do post pretty much daily over on Facebook:

Facebook: facebook.com/mouseferatu/

March 15, 2010

So a few things today. First, I have a guest column up at SF Signal, wherein I discuss antiheroes, classic fantasy tropes, and the use of the latter in writing the former. I'd love for you all to take a look, see what you think. Second, The Plane Above: Secrets ...

April 9, 2010

Spectra Pulse, the e-newsletter for Random House's Spectra imprint, is including me as a featured author this month. What does that mean for you? It means that, in addition to reading some of my editor's comments on The Conqueror's Shadow, you can also download a free PDF of my short ...

March 4, 2010

So it appears that I'll be attending Comicpalooza in Houston at the end of March.  Not yet entirely certain what my schedule looks like, but as soon as I know, you folks will know. I hope to see/meet some of you there. And in other news, my Name of the ...

March 2, 2010

Okay, folks. Just a quick reminder that tomorrow (March 3rd) is the final day to enter my Name of the King contest. Get those last-minute entries in now! Also, I just did another interview, for thems who's interested. This one's a little--er, a lot--tongue in cheek, except my comments on ...

February 24th, 2010

So for those of you who might be interested, I've got an interview up on Suvudu (the Random House blog site). I talk a bit about the inspirations behind The Conqueror's Shadow, what I learned from RPG writing, what's next for me, and similar stuff. I hope you'll check it ...
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