Allen Dusk

Allen Dusk is a splatterpunk at heart who enjoys toiling long hours in isolation while he’s dreaming up stories. Whether they’re horror, science fiction, erotica, or a wicked blend of genres, he enjoys keeping readers guessing where his words will take them next. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon, and when he’s not helping keep the city weird, he enjoys experimenting with photography, making short films, lusting over old horror movies, and exploring the world through geocaching.

Allen is a member of the Horror Writers Association, and the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. His novel Shady Palms became a #1 best-selling horror title on Audible during the autumn of 2013. His short fiction has appeared in Libidinous Zombie: an erotic horror collection (Stupid Fish Productions), Rose Caraway’s The Kiss Me Quick’s erotica podcast, The Sexy Librarian’s Big Book of Erotica (Cleis Press), Canopic Jars: Tales of Mummies and Mummification (Great Old Ones Publishing), Peep Show Volume 2 (SST Publications), Horror-tica (Cruentus Libri Press), and Sirens Call eZine. His 2018 short film Ostara has been an official selection in 6 international film festivals.

Connect with Allen Dusk

Email: allendusk@gmail.com
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Author Pages: Amazon, Smashwords, Goodreads


Works in Progress 

  • Planchette – Short Erotic Film
    Currently in production
  • Old Mill Road – Paranormal Horror
    2nd draft in progress
  • Proteus Bell – Steampunk Anthology
    outlining & researching – 3 part serial with potential for expansion

Planned Future Works

  • Shadow Wardunofficial sequel to Shady Palms, continuing the adventures of Agent Daniels
  • Crimson Yule – unofficial sequel to Shado Ward, continuing the adventures of Agent Daniels
  • Calavera – a tale of Southwesten horror
  • Strange Vengeance – based on the splatterporn classic Slaughter Disc
  • Nail Shoppea novella about science unleashing the primal brain
  • Dark Obsession – love gone horribly wrong
Interviews with Allen

Misc. Contributions