SVP’s short fiction includes contributions to horror anthologies like Hell’s Kitties, Shopping List 4 and the Stoker Award nominated New York State of Fright. A collection of short horror and dark fiction stories entitled Hell At The Way Station, published by his Laughing Black Vampire Productions publishing company and co-authored by acclaimed storyteller, Marc Abbott hit shelves in 2019.
Along with a plethora of other honors and accolades, SVP won three African-African-American Literary Awards in 2019, two for Hell At The Way Station (Best Anthology and Best In Science Fiction) and one for Best Independent Publisher. He’s also written four episodes of the YouTube series, Extra Mythology, and an episode of Viral Vignettes, that starred veteran actors John Schneider and Max Gail as embittered ex-rock and rollers.
He uses his full name on Facebook but goes by @svpthinks on Twitter and Instagram. When he’s not creating macabre literature, he can be found stage managing television shows primarily in New York City and occasionally on the West Coast. Along with being a member of the New York Chapter of The Horror Writer’s Association, he’s also a member of The Director’s Guild of America and professional arts fraternity Gamma Xi Phi. His website is www.laughingblackvampire.com.
About his book
Synopsis: Imagine if you lived in a world where you couldn’t be racist, sexist, an uneducated bully, or even a career criminal without being killed. That is at least part of the vision of The Killer Genius, the most elusive serial killer in human history. Her methods are diverse and her knowledge is unfathomable. Sometimes she kills up close, other times she can be miles away. No matter how she decides to kill, one thing is clear – if you’re chosen, you’re as good as gone.