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/

June 16, 2017: Patreon updates (with new fiction!)

Okay, guys. I've just tweaked the $10-level reward to make it more appealing. Of greater import, though, I've just posted the first three chapters of an unedited and as yet unsold epic-ish fantasy novel! More chapters forthcoming, at (roughly; not a promise) a rate of one per week. It'll be ...

July 11, 2017: GenCon ahoy!

Thanks to a few last-minute miracle workers, I'll be attending GenCon this year! 😀 My schedule is largely open; I have only a few official or semi-official events. (At least, so far; I'll post if that changes.) Right now, my events look like this: Thursday, 4 pm: "Investigating the Lost ...

June 6, 2017: The End is Here

And it's here. The end of the world. But just maybe you can be one of those who survives it. The brainchild of CA Suleiman, Jaym Gates, and myself, The Lost Citadel is high fantasy made low, the world of Tolkien or standard D&D after magic broke, nature grew sick, ...

April 17, 2017: Launching a New Effort

Okay, everyone. It's time. Want to see/discuss my thoughts on writing, publishing, and the like? Want to shape or even participate in occasional Q&A videos with myself and other authors? Want early access to unpublished and sometimes in-progress works of mine? Take a look. I think you'll find something you ...

December 30, 2016: End of Year Wrap-Up

I've been pretty bad about updates this year, for which I apologize. I also haven't had as much news as I'd have liked, but still. I'll try to do better in 2017. So, in summary: Dead to Rites, the third Mick Oberon book, came out this year. I hope you ...
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