Tim holding his novelization of Resident Evil: the Final Chapter in front of the film's poster.
Tim with his 2016 Bram Stoker Award for The Winter Box. Pictured with Tom Deady,
Maria Alexander, and Jennifer Barnes accepting for Stephanie M. Wytovich.
Tim with his 2015 Mentor of the Year Award.
Tim being interviewed at the Antioch Writers Workshop LitSalon, 2017.
Tim holding his novelization of xXx: The Return of Xander Cage in front of the film's poster.
Tim signing signature sheets for the Best of Cemetery Dance Vol. 2.
Tim with legends Steve Rasnic Tem, Dennis Etchison, and William F. Nolan at the Stokercon 2015.
All of Tim's published books (at the time the photograph was taken). 2017.
Tim dispensing wisdom (he hopes!) at a writing workshop.
Reading at the World Horror Convention in Atlanta, 2015.
At the Ohioana Book Festival, 2015.
At Scares That Care 2014 with Kristopher Rufty, Brian Keene, and Adam Cesare.
With Jonathan Janz and Nosferatu at HorrorHound 2015.
At Imaginarium, 2015.
With Dana Fredsti and Sephera Giron at the World Horror Convention in New Orleans, 2013.
Returning from a long day searching for story ideas in the depths of the Abyss.
With Heidi Ruby-Miller and Jason Jack Miller at Confluence, 2012.
Giving my keynote speech at the Antioch Writers Workshop weekend session, 2011.
Giving a reading at Chicon, 2013.
Representing at College Career Night, 2012.
Signing books at Marcon, 2012.
Reading with Lucy Snyder at Confluence, 2012.
Gabbing with Jonathan Maberry before a panel at Confluence, 2012.
Book signing at Seton Hill University, with Scott Johnston, Kristin Dearborn, Gary Braunbeck, Lucy Snyder, J.L. Benet.
Speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil – with Brady Allen and Gary Braunbeck. Context, 2012.
Mocon panel on religion in fiction – with Mary SanGiovanni, Gary Braunbeck, and Nate Southard, 2012.
Halloween reading at Wilmington College, with Anderson Prunty, 2012.
Reading at Ghost Light Coffee House, 2012.
Winners and nominees posing after the 2011 Shirley Jackson Awards ceremony: (Back row) Nathan Ballingrud, Livia Llewellyn, Tim, Michael Marano, Michael Cisco, Genevieve Valentine, Peter Straub, (Front row) Kit Reed, Elizabeth Hand, Ellen Datlow, Sheri Holman, Sarah Hyman DeWitt (Shirley Jackson's daughter), Rose Fox, S. P. Miskowski.
Where else would a horror writer hang out?
The cover for an issue of The Bionic Team, the comic Tim wrote and drew during his teens.
You can see why he stopped drawing and switched to writing full time.
Trying to look like an author while reality distorts above me.
With fellow Eberron author Marsheila Rockwell at Gencon 2007.
On the town with Mr. Dig.
Tim gabbing with author Karen Taylor at the mass book-signing at the
2006 World Fantasy Convention in Austin, Texas
Tim accepting the 2006 International Horror Guild Award for Long Fiction
for his good friend Gary A. Braunbeck
An unusually well-dressed Tim hanging out with John Hay and Stephen Dedman late
at night in the hotel lobby at the 2006 World Fantasy Convention
Tim on Pandora Drive
Tim speaking of mysterious and eldritch matters with Mark McLaughlin and Mike Arnzen at the 2004 Stokers in NYC
Tim with Alice Henderson at the 2006 World Horror Convention in San Francisco
Tim and his fabulously talented webmistress Deena Warner at the 2005 World Horror Convention in NYC
Tim and Leisure Books editor Don D’Auria at the 2006 World Horror Convention in San Francisco
Tim stuffing pizza into his face with Matthew Warner at the 2006 World Horror Convention in San Francisco
Tim reading gut-churning horror at the 2006 World Horror Convention in San Francisco
Jason Patnode, Alice Henderson, Teri Jacobs, and Tim endure the chill nightwinds of San Francisco
A relatively sober Tim with Matthew Warner and Mary Sangiovanni at the after-party following the 2004 Stoker Awards in NYC.
Tim signing at Author’s Avenue at Gencon 2006 in Indianapolis with his new friend, the Swimming Kangaroo (www.swimmingkangaroo.com)
Tim signing at the Wizards of the Coast booth at Gencon 2004 in Indianapolis
Tim hard at work on a snowy winter’s day
Thanks to W.D. Gagliani and Deena Warner for providing some photos.