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About Bill

BILL McCORMICK is an award winning, and critically acclaimed, author of several novels, graphic novels, comic book series, and has appeared in numerous anthologies. He began writing professionally in 1986 for the Chicago Rocker Magazine in conjunction with his radio show on Z-95 (ABC-FM) and went on to write for several other magazines and blogs. He wrote a twisted news & science blog at which provided source material for his weekly appearances on Ryan Gatenby's The Big Wakeup Call which aired on WBIG 1280 AM, FOX!, from 10/2010 to 8/2022.

Bill is a big fan of music and this rainbow haired goddess who married him and made his life better.

Unique traits: I have a pronounced affinity for hot sauces and have ghost pepper powder in my cabinet that I use as a dry rub. I also have a Carolina Reaper paste in my fridge.



  • Legends Parallel

    Legends Parallel Budget: $5M - $10M | Sci-fi Action Tom Hill, his mother Sage, and her lover Alecia, are unwittingly thrust into a battle to save the known multiverse from being overrun by the mysterious Ms. Vin and her merciless minions. They travel the five habitable Earths looking for allies while trying to keep alien weapons and drugs from flooding the streets of Chicago. 

  • The Brittle Riders

    The Brittle Riders Budget: $10M - $30M | Sci-fi After humans circumvented anti-AI laws and made new species to fulfill roles of menial laborers, sex slaves, and shock troops those creations eventually rose up and killed every man, woman, and child on the planet. This is the world if Frankenstein's monsters ruled the Earth. Apocalypses are funny that way.

  • Goptri of the Mists: Kitaab Ek

    Goptri of the Mists: Kitaab Ek Budget: $10M - $30M | Sci-fi It was one thing to maintain order, quite another to inflict tyranny. When that line got blurred one brave soul rose up in protest and set off a chain of events that would eventually lead to a world war, alien robots, and non-dimensional souls. But, before all that could happen, he'd need some bourbon, some luck, and some mists to rule. The prequel/sequel to the Award Winning series The Brittle Riders.


  • Shower of Blood

    Shower of Blood (2004)
    Film by Tiffany Kilbourne Music Director Five sexy college friends venture out on a road trip. A detour to Lisa's Uncle Marty's house leads them into the Galloway Forest which is known for mysterious disappearances and rumors of cannibalism. Uncle Marty does not appear to be home so Lisa finds a hidden key, which unlocks the door to a night full of terror. As Lisa experiences bizarre visions, she wonders about her darkest family secrets. The mysterious Uncle Marty has a taste for beauty and blood. Nothing is as it seems as the friends become engulfed in his twisted world. As the night of fear and seduction continues, friends become enemies; Evil reigns in the Darkness!

  • Shut Eye

    Shut Eye (2003)
    Film by John Covert Music Director A dark contemporary gangster drama set in Chicago, SHUT-EYE derives its edgy chemistry from conflicted loyalties. Two couples use their insider status at a strip club to plan a robbery they believe will be foolproof. Family ties and mob allegiances become confused as betrayals, reprisals, and changes of heart set the stage for an unexpected climax. This seventh feature by Chicago director Covert uses the freedom of access afforded by the digital camera to emphasize the visceral quality of the story.


  • The Brittle Riders: Book One (Second Edition) - Best Sci-Fi Novel (Critters Readers Poll)

  • SPLICE: HIT BIT TECHNOLOGY - Best Sci-Fi Novel (Critters Readers Poll)

  • A Letter from an Editor - Editors Choice Short Story (Bewildering Stories)

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