I grew up in Los Angeles, California, and I have studied literature and music throughout my life. I earned a Ph.D. in literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and I'm now a professor of American literature and American Studies at Long Island University (C. W. Post).
My most recent novel, The Unspoken (Simon and Schuster), is my first teen thriller/horror novel. The book is about a group of teens who were raised by a cult that foresaw their deaths. Five years later, they reunite to confront a grisly murder and to save themselves.
I've also published non-fiction as well.
Thomas Fahy is the author of books: Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Love in the Time of Cholera: A Reader's Guide, Sleepless, The Unspoken, The Philosophy of Horror, Night Visions: A Novel of Suspense, Considering Aaron Sorkin: Essays on the Politics, Poetics and Sleight of Hand in the Films and Television Series, The Writing Dead: Talking Terror with TV’s Top Horror Writers, Considering Alan Ball: Essays on Sexuality, Death and America in the Television and Film Writings, Freak Shows and the Modern American Imagination: Constructing the Damaged Body from Willa Cather to Truman Capote, Peering Behind the Curtain: Disability, Illness, and the Extraordinary Body in Contemporary Theatre