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:
So, it's been approximately fifty-seven years since I've updated. I'm sorry about that. I'm in the midst of ArmadilloCon for the next few days, but after that, I hope to have time for some proper updates. In the interim, if you're at ArmadilloCon, you can catch me here: SATURDAY 1:00 ...
This morning, I did an online chat/interview with Anjuli Smith of Aconyte Books
. We talked mostly about Litany of Dreams
, but also about Lovecraftian horror, horror in general, addressing "outdated" attitudes in classic writers, and other such things. So if you'd like to witness the unspeakable horror that is me ...
It's been a while since I've updated this site, and I'm still figuring out how some of the new options even work. But I realized I hadn't announced this here, so... Litany of Dreams is now available
in both e-book and hardcopy! A tie-in novel for the Arkham Horror line ...
So, I've mentioned on occasion that, while my focus these days is on novels and scripts, I haven't abandoned gaming work. Time to demonstrate. Remember the shadowcaster? My contribution to the 3rd edition D&D Tome of Magic
? I loved the concepts and the writing, but was never entirely happy with ...