Since the early 1990’s, Lois H. Gresh has tied quantum physics and math to weird tales of dementia, altered realities, and nanotech-flesh conquests. She believes that our perceptions of reality are anthropomorphic visions, that the unknown far exceeds our self-centered views of the universe. Her earliest published stories merged science with the supernatural, producing acclaimed weird tales such as Snip My Suckers, Psychomildew Love, Let Me Make You Suffer, Digital Pistil, Cafebabe, Algorithms & Nasal Structures, Mandelbrot Moldrot, Where I Go, Mi-Go, and many others. Recent stories include There’s No Place Like Void, The Lagoon of Insane Plants, and Julia Brainchild; and the forthcoming Eldtrich Evolutions (2011) collects some of her favorite tales in one volume.
Lois has waited ten years — since the release of her first novel in 1999 — to write a no-constraints creative novel springing from her roots in weird fiction.
With Deadly Dimensions and Other Blasphemies from Arkham House (2011), Lois dishes up a book stuffed with the kind of dark fantasies, supernatural oddities, and whacked-out weirdness that launched her career. The novel,Deadly Dimensions, ties quantum physics and math to weird tales of dementia, altered realities, and nanotech-flesh conquests. And the Other Blasphemies are several new works of shorter fiction from Lois H. Gresh: Arkham's Mistress of the Weird. Lois H. Gresh is the New York Times Best-Selling Author (2008 & 2009) and Publishers Weekly Best-Selling Paperback Author (2009) of 21 books with 5 more scheduled during 2010 and 2011. Her books have been translated into more than 20 languages and are in print worldwide: Italy, Japan, Spain, Russia, Germany, Portugal, France, Brazil, Thailand, Korea, China, Estonia, England, Canada/French, Finland, Poland, Czech, etc. In addition, they are often featured in the New York Times Book Review, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, Science News, National Geographic, Physics Today, New Scientist, and US News and World Report, as well as by National Public Radio, the BBC, Fox national news, the History Channel, and many other television and radio programs. Lois’ teen novels have been endorsed by the American Library Association and the Voice of Youth Advocates. She’s the author of dozens of published mystery/ suspense, dark fantasy, and weird fiction stories. Lois has received Bram Stoker Award, Nebula Award, and International Horror Guild Award nominations for her work.