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Nationality  American
Movies  The Crow: Wicked Prayer
Role  Author
Name  Norman Partridge
Period  1989 - present

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Occupation  Novelist, short story writer
Genre  Literary fiction, horror fiction
Nominations  World Fantasy Award for Best Novella, Locus Award for Best Collection
Books  Dark Harvest, Mr Fox and Other Feral Tales, The Man with the Barbed, Slippin' into Darkness, Johnny Halloween: Tales of t
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Norman Partridge (born May 28, 1958) is an American author of horror and mystery fiction. He has written two detective novels about retired boxer Jack Baddalach, Saguaro Riptide and The Ten Ounce Siesta. He is also the author of a Crow novel, The Crow: Wicked Prayer, which was adapted in 2005 into the fourth Crow movie, bearing the same name.

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Mr. Partridge's 2006 novel Dark Harvest, published in a limited edition of 2000 autographed copies and 24 lettered edition copies by Cemetery Dance Publications, was voted one of Publishers Weekly's 100 Best Books of 2006. It also won the 2006 Bram Stoker Award for Best Long Fiction, and has been nominated for two more awards in 2007. Mr. Partridge is currently in talks with a production company about a film option.

His short stories are collected in the volumes Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales, Bad Intentions, and The Man with the Barbed Wire Fists.

Awards, nominations, and honors

Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales

Won the 1992 Bram Stoker Award for Best Fiction Collection Nominated for a 1993 Collections World Fantasy Award

Bad Intentions:

Nominated for a 1997 Collections World Fantasy Award

The Man with the Barbed-Wire Fists:

Won the 2001 Bram Stoker Award for Best Fiction Collection

Dark Harvest:

Selected as one of Publishers Weekly's 100 Best Books of 2006. Won the 2006 Bram Stoker Award for Best Long Fiction. Nominated for a 2007 World Fantasy Award. Currently nominated for a 2007 International Horror Guild Award.

References

Norman Partridge Wikipedia


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