Steve Doyle is an award-winning writer whose poetry has appeared in the anthology In the Desert Sun published by the National Library of Poetry.
His short story "The Waking of the Dead" is included in the anthology Light at the Edge of Darkness, a collection of 27 stories of Biblical Speculative Fiction by 17 authors of the Lost Genre Guild, published by The Writers' Cafe Press.
Early on, Steve was influenced by the masterful deduction of Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective Sherlock Holmes, the excitement of Edgar Allan Poe's horror, and the plot twists inherent in the tales presented by Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling.
With his short stories, Steve strives to blend supernatural elements into modern settings, thereby bringing the unbelievable into the realm of the believable.
Steve maintains a bookshelf of his work at the Wyvern's Library section of Elfwood, the largest science fiction and fantasy art site in the world. He is an active member of "The Herscher Project," an online group of artists and writers from all over the globe.