R.W. Webb is originally from North Carolina and is now living in New York City. He is a world-famous recluse and shares his dark castle with a collection of farm animals, close friends and his pet parrot Shelby. He also writes under the names Singer Bardin and Dill Pickles (even though, if you ask him, he will deny it). He is one of the most recognizable figures in publishing due to his rich, literary themes, his dark wit and his amazing command of the English language.
His short stories have appeared in Deep South Magazine, Bleeding Ink Anthology, The Piker Press, Bewildering Stories, Chronic Breakdown and many others worldwide. His plays have been performed in numerous regional theaters, off-Broadway and have won a variety of competitions. His poetry has won gold medals too many times to mention.
Often hailed as the lost love-child of William Faulkner and Stephen King, R.W. Webb is one of the 21st Century's most prolific and astounding writers.