Stephen Patrick is a storyteller living in the Dallas area. Born in the Kentucky bluegrass, his 30 years among the the bluebonnets make Texas his home and his wife and children are blessings he could have never found anywhere else.
Relentlessly inspired by the Lone Star state, his writing ranges from historical to horror, often dropping real Texans into fictional worlds or fictional Texans into the real world. His most recent work appears in a new anthology by Eakin Press titled “Road Kill: Texas Horror by Texas Writers”.
Loving both sides of a good story, he is also a regular at Dallas-Ft. Worth conventions.
Outside of the Lone Star state, he has won the Arkansas Writer’s Conference Special Award (2009) and the Creme De La Creme award (2014) from the Oklahoma Writer’s Federation, Inc. for best overall story.