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Dan is the Bram Stoker-nominated author of Plague of Darkness, Solomon’s Grave, and the critically-acclaimed Margaret's Ark. Writing as G. Daniel Gunn, he released Destroyer of Worlds and the novella (written with L.L.Soares) Nightmare in Greasepaint (Samhain Publishing),. His short stories have appeared in Cemetery Dance, Shroud Magazine, Apex Digest and many more. He and his family live in New England.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Review of ABDUCTION now at Cinema Knife Fight

My review of the new Taylor Lautner film ABDUCTION is now showing at Cinema Knife Fight!

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Reading / Signing at Princeton Public Library Thursday 9/15 7:00

Hi, everyone. As a reminder, I'll be reading from Margaret's Ark, discussing the art of writing and signing books (I hope!) at the Goodnow Memorial Library in Princeton MA this Thursday starting at 7:00. I hope to see some of you there! Always fun.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Interview with deCompose: Faith, Culture and Composition Now Up!

I was recently interviewed by Mike Duran, proprietor of the wonderful website deCompose (part cultural blog, part personal website). Part One of the interview is now posted.

We discussed the overall state of the publishing industry, the blending of faith and spirituality with ficiton and horror, my new novel and its publishing vehicle Other Road Press, and a host of other topics. We're also giving away a signed copy of Margaret's Ark. Check it out - not just my interview but his earlier posts. Always very insightful, objective discussions on writing & faith, and how the two can live together in the same house. :-)

New Review for Margaret's Ark at!

Sheri White has posted a fantastic review of Margaret's Ark up at the website

Read the entire review above. She closes with:

I couldn’t put this book down. Although somewhat spiritual, “Margaret’s Ark” is a scary look at what might end the world someday. This is not God’s will, but he won’t stop it, either. Mankind is on their own, and nobody is truly safe. Believers and non-believers alike will perish in the coming apocalypse. Only those who board the arks have a chance at survival -- and is that really a good thing, considering what happens to the Earth?
Dan Keohane, a finalist for the 2009 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel, has taken a different approach to the usual religious apocalypse stories. God may not be the cause of the global disaster, but he still has a hand in the outcome. And you don’t have to believe in God to live, you just have to make sure you are on one of the boats. This is not the Rapture -- this is a natural disaster that will change the world forever.