Alan Rodgers lives in the Los Angeles area. He is the father of Alexandra, Andrea, and Abram Rodgers, and the author of Bone Music, Pandora, Fire, Night, Blood of the Children, The Bear Who Found Christmas, Her Misbegotten Son, Ghosts Who Cannot Sleep, Alien Love, The River of Our Destiny, Angel of Our Mercy, Light, and New Life for the Dead. Blood of the Children was a nominee for the Horror Writers of America Bram Stoker award; his first story (actually a novelette), "The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead," reprinted in Scorpius' horror anthology Hours of Darkness, won a Stoker and lost a World Fantasy Award. During the mid-eighties he edited the fondly-remembered horror digest, Night Cry.
Learn more at Alan Rodgers' website.