Paul Tremblay's fifth novel, A Head Full of Ghosts was published by William Morrow in June of 2015. He is also the author of two novels from Henry Holt featuring narcoleptic Boston detective Mark Genevich, The Little Sleep (2009) and No Sleep Till Wonderland (2010). His third novel, the dystopian/satire Swallowing a Donkey's Eye, was published by Chizine Publications in 2012 as was a YA novel, Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn't Fly (2014) co-written with Stephen Graham Jones.
His short fiction collections are Compositions for the Young and Old (Prime, 2004) and In the Mean Time (ChiZine, 2010), which includes 2007 Stoker short fiction finalists "There's No Light Between Floors," "The Teacher," "The Two-Headed Girl" (Real Unreal: Best American Fantasy III, Cheney and Brockmeier, eds.) and "Headstone in Your Pocket" (2010 The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, Guran, ed.).
Paul has been a fiction editor for Chizine and Fantasy Magazine, and is the co-editor with Sean Wallace of three anthologies from Prime, Fantasy (2007), Bandersnatch (2007), and Phantom (2009). With John Langan, he edited Creatures: Thirty Years of Monster Stories (Prime, 2011). For the past seven years, Paul has also been a juror or governing board member for the Shirley Jackson Awards.
Other fascinating tidbits: Paul once gained three inches of height within a twelve-hour period, he does not have a uvula, he has a master's degree in mathematics, and once made twenty-seven three pointers in a row.