WILLIAM GRABOWSKI is the author of 9 books (ghostwriter of many more) and over 400 short stories, articles, essays, interviews and reviews. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, his writing career began when publisher David B. Silva offered a position as book reviewer/ interviewer with World Fantasy Award-winning THE HORROR SHOW magazine. The young Grabowski published interviews with Ray Bradbury, Peter Straub, Robert Bloch, Clive Barker, Poppy Z. Brite, Dennis Etchison, John Skipp & Craig Spector, Dean Koontz, Bentley Little, Elizabeth Massie, Joe R. Lansdale, Billie Sue Mosiman, Robert R. McCammon and many others.
Grabowski's BLACK LIGHT was lauded on syndicated radio show COAST TO COAST AM by Emmy Award-winner George Knapp, investigative reporter for KLAS/CBS-TV. Other work is on digital editions of FORBES, PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS JOURNAL, 2 Paragraphs (for Joseph Mackin, original internet editor with THE PARIS REVIEW), Magonia Blog, Hellnotes and elsewhere; in magazines FORTEAN TIMES, CEMETERY DANCE, DARK DISCOVERIES, National Public Radio-associated WIRELESS and more. In September 2016, Michael Sayles's screenplay CASTRO'S CADILLAC—for which Grabowski wrote the novelization—was optioned for film by CuffLink Productions.
A contributing editor covering social science for NYC's LIBRARY JOURNAL, and staff editor with Sinister Grin Press, Grabowski is at work on a new novel and several untitled side projects.