A little background...

Eric Stanway is a writer, artist and musician with over three decades of experience. As an artist, he has illustrated a number of adaptations of classic horror stories by Ambrose Bierce, Robert Louis Stevenson and Charles Dickens. He is notable for his his adaptation of the film “Night of the Living Dead,” followed by his collaboration with Clive Barker, “Night of the Living Dead: London.” He also writes a history/food column for the Nashua Telegraph, entitled “A Taste of History.” He lives in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire, with his significant other, an extended family and Duncan, a huge black cat.