Fahy, Christopher (1937 - )

Genre: Horror, Non-Fiction, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Short Stories

Chris Fahy, now living in Thomaston with his wife, children's book author Davene Fahy, was born in Philadelphia and moved to Maine to write in 1972. His writing runs the gamut from horror/thriller to sci-fi/fantasy, poetry, short stories, and a do-it-yourself book.

Fahy has had stories published in The Twilight Zone Magazine and in Frankenstein: The Monster Walks (1993) and Nightscreams: 22 Stories of Terror (1996).

Selected Bibliography

Fiction

  • The Compost Heap (1970)
  • Greengroundtown (2000; stories)
  • Nightflyer (1982/2000)
  • One Day in the Short Happy Life of Anna Banana and other Maine stories (1988; stories; won Maine Arts Commission Fiction Competition 1987)
  • Dream House (1987)
  • Eternal Bliss (1988/2000)
  • The Lyssa Syndrome (1990/2000)
  • The Fly Must Die (1993)
  • Limerock: Maine Stories (1999)
  • Fever 42 (2002)
  • Breaking Point (2004)
  • Chasing the Sun (2005)
  • The Christmas Star (2012)

Poetry

  • The End Beginning: Poems (1978)

Non-Fiction

  • Home Remedies: fixing up houses and apartments, mostly old, but also otherwise (1975)

Selected Resources