William Freedman is a New York-based satirist who uses science fiction and fantasy tropes. He is author of Mighty Mighty and Land that I Love and co-author with Ben Parris of the novelization of Supernaturalz, a film in which Bill received script consultant credit. He served as editor for Age of Certainty: What if God Existed? featuring stories by 10 notable authors including Nebula Award laureate James Morrow. His novelette “Forever and Ever, Amen” appeared in the 2006 Spirit House chapbook which raised money for tsunami survivors. His recently completed draft, Pitch Ribbons: A Cantata for Four Voices, is currently being read for comments by established horror and dark fantasy authors and pitched to agents. Meanwhile, he has begun work on two other projects.
Bill has appeared as a panelist at Albacon, Arisia, Balticon, Capclave, I-Con and Lunacon. He holds degrees in journalism and international business and his non-fiction non-fiction bylines – covering everything from hot stocks for Investor’s Business Daily to the rise of distilled spirits for History magazine to Bram Stoker Awards weekend for Long Island’s Newsday – go back more than 20 years.