Paul G. Tremblay has sold short fiction to Razor Magazine, CHIZINE, Horror: The Best of the Year 2007, Weird Tales, and Last Pentacle of the Sun: Writings in Support of the West Memphis Three, among other markets. He is the author of the short fiction collection Compositions for the Young and Old and the novella City Pier: Above and Below. He has really long, double-jointed fingers and toes, which makes up for his lack of uvula.


Paul Tremblay has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

There's No Light Between Floors

FICTION by Paul Tremblay in Issue 8 – May 2007

My head is a box full of wet cotton and it won't hold anything else. Her voice is dust falling into my ear. She says, "There's no light between floors." I blink. Minutes or hours pass. There is nothing to see. We're blind, but our bodies are close and we form a Ying and Yang, […]