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True or False:
David C. Hayes is a horror novelist.
David C. Hayes is a college instructor.
David C. Hayes is a film actor.
David C. Hayes is a playwright.
David C. Hayes was a professional wrestler.
David C. Hayes was a stand-up comedian.
David C. Hayes was a paranormal investigator.
David C. Hayes only fear is boredom.
Which of these are true? If you answered all of the above, you get a gold star. Born in Garden City, Michigan and now a Livingston County resident, David C. Hayes describes his passion for creating new works as "mayhem in multiple mediums." Prolific and darkly gifted, the man behind all of these roles has one foot planted in the here and now and the other up ahead, in his next project.
Hayes’ films, like A Man Called Nereus, Bloody Bloody Bible Camp, Dark Places and The Frankenstein Syndrome, Vampeggedon, Machined, Reborn, Back Woods (and approximately 60 more) can be seen worldwide. He is the author of several novels, collections and graphic novels including The Midnight Creature Feature Picture Show, Cherub, Cannibal Fat Camp, Pegged, American Guignol, Scorn and Muddled Mind: The Complete Works of Ed Wood, Jr. As a playwright, David's full-length and one-act plays have been produced from coast to coast with a run Off-Broadway for the comedy Swamp Ho and sell-out performances in Phoenix for Dial P for Peanuts.
David C. Hayes is a voting member of The Horror Writers Association, The Dramatist's Guild and the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers. When not creating, David teaches film production, creative writing and communications as an adjunct instructor at Siena Heights University, Kaplan University and Grand Canyon University. He holds bachelors degrees in psychology and English as well as a master of science in forensic psychology and a master of fine arts in creative writing. Locally, David is a frequent contributor to WHMI 93.5FM, the Livingston County radio station, and speaks frequently at book signings, comic conventions and gatherings of geek-culture. He can be found recording a weekly political podcast at Howell, Michigan's Blue Frog Books along with professional journalist Jon Arking and book seller Rob Vedro. Can’t stop by the Blue Frog? Check out David C. Hayes below, along with several film trailers:
Click on David's Official Website!
David on the IMDb!
Visit Cinema Head Cheese for film-type goodness!
Go shopping for Hayes-merch at Amazon.com!
My review of Keeping Molly by David C. Hayes and Kevin Moyers:
Keeping Molly is a compelling story. Hayes and Moyers create sympathetic characters that I rooted for and cringed for as things went south fast. The writing is perfectly paced and kept me turning pages. Not just another zombie story, but thought provoking, intense commentary on some of the big issues in today's world too. I will definitely be reading more of these authors works! MORE REVIEWS