Dean H. Wild

Location Brownsville, Wisconsin
Occupation Serving the masses

About Me

I have been writing horror fiction for over 30 years. From my quiet Wisconsin home, which I share with my wife Julie and my much adored cats, I toil away during precious hours away from my day job to strive for the perfect prose.

Why do you write?

Why do I write? Simple. I can't help it.

Any favorite authors? Books?

Stephen King for his voice. Robert McCammon for his eloquence. John Grisham for his clarity.

Books I adore follow suit:
A Boy's Life by McCammon
Salem's Lot by King
and recently, Ford County by Grisham

Dean H. Wild's Wall

Meg Pokrass – May 11, 2012

thank you Dean for nice comment on my story yesterday. very nice to hear. warmly m

Susan Tepper – Nov 11, 2011

Dean thanks so much for reading and liking my story "Protest", I appreciate that! Cheers! susan

Meg Pokrass – Dec 17, 2010

Dean, thank you for your comment on my "Rice and Noodles" story. Strongly appreciated!

Jack Swenson – Dec 01, 2010

Thanks for the read and the kind words for my "Fishing" story. Jeez, I hate it that Gary M. (Harpo) died.

Jules Archer – Nov 24, 2010

Dean - hope your knees are still scuffed and your palms sweaty. Appreciate you reading "Lay on Me" and your generous comments. Thank you!

Kathy Fish – Nov 08, 2010

Dean, thanks for the lovely comments about my story "Moro". I look forward to reading your work!

Jack Swenson – Nov 02, 2010

Great mini-review of "The Pixie," Dean. Thanks so much!

Bill Yarrow – Nov 02, 2010

Thanks for the fave of "Convictions," Dean. Glad you liked the piece.

Jeffrey S. Callico – Oct 27, 2010

Thanks, Dean.

Fred Osuna – Oct 24, 2010

Thanks so much, Dean, for reading and commenting on "Stones." I'm looking forward to reading your stories.

Meg Pokrass – Oct 24, 2010

Hey, thank you Dean for reading and your comments on my poem "Dog Park"!

Paula Ray – Oct 07, 2010

Thank you once again for your kind words. I'm glad you liked Sax Named Pegasus.

Gary Percesepe – Oct 07, 2010

so appreciate you taking the time to read my stuff, dean--



Jack Swenson – Oct 07, 2010

Thanks, Dean. Yes, I'm a "no frills" writer if there ever was one.

Jules Archer – Oct 05, 2010

Hey Dean-
Thanks for reading and your cool comments on "Way of the Woman". Love 'em!

Paula Ray – Oct 04, 2010

Thanks so much for your kind words about Free Space - I'm glad you enjoyed this, especially since I figured you for a dark sort and this particular piece was fairly light.

Meg Pokrass – Oct 02, 2010

Dean - you seem to be a natural with flash fiction (or if not, who cares, it's the result that matters!). You are a terrific new voice here.

Meg Pokrass – Oct 02, 2010

Dean, thanks for reading and your lovely comment on "Bringing Them Home"~ :)

Meg Pokrass – Sep 29, 2010

Dean, thank you for reading and commenting on my story "Drunk Elephant".

Jules Archer – Sep 27, 2010

Dean - thank you for the awesome feedback on "Nowhere in Sight". Happy you checked it out.

Johnny Dantonio – Sep 27, 2010

Hi Dean! Thanks for reading and commenting on Calluses ... I'm pretty new to Fictionaut so I'm just catching on to seeing comments and replying, but I love interacting with other writers, so your comment means a lot!

Paula Ray – Sep 20, 2010

Thank you so much for the kind words on Turtle Summer. It's nice to meet you.

Jules Archer – Sep 19, 2010

Hi Dean - Thank you for commenting on "Just a Mountain". Much appreciated. And happy to meet a fellow Stephen King lover as well. Cheers!

Claire King – Sep 19, 2010

Hi Dean, thanks for your kind comments on Godfrey's penis. Much appreciated!

Cynthia Hawkins – Sep 15, 2010

Thanks, Dean, for your comments on "Three Houses Down." Much appreciated!

Favorite Stephen King quote: "I have the heart of a small boy. And I keep it in a jar on my desk." :D

Stuart Millard – Sep 12, 2010

Hello. Thanks for the comment/fave on Six Down, much appreciated.

Michelle Elvy – Sep 03, 2010

Ah! Just saw what Linda wrote -- yes, by all means: come round to 52|250 if flash floats your boat. :)

Michelle Elvy – Sep 03, 2010

Thanks, Dean, for the lovely comment on Time to Rest. Interesting you write about whether or how long the earth will mourn our passing... I think she's rather indifferent; strength grants you that. We, on the other hand, cannot afford to be indifferent. Very nice meeting you here, and I will be back to read your stories this weekend. Looking forward to it! Welcome...

Linda Simoni-Wastila – Sep 01, 2010

Dean, thanks for the kind words on Can't Wait. Please, come join the fun at the 52/250 group (seprate blog as well). And welcome to fictionaut! Post some words of your own. Peace...

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