Gritty, realistic. Upmarket.
F. P. (Frank) Dorchak has been writing since he was six years old, is a huge Twilight Zone fan, and has always written about the supernatural, paranormal, and metaphysical. His short stories have been published in the U.S., Canada, and the Czech Republic. F. P. Dorchak’s five novels are Sleepwalkers, The Uninvited, ERO, Psychic, and Voice. He’s also published to Kindle short stories, “Clowns” and “Broken Windows.” Do The Dead Dream? is the 2017 Best Book Awards winner in the Fiction: Short Stories category, and is a collection of the best of his work over the past 40 years, which he calls “gritty Twilight Zone-like fiction.”
Frank grew up between Key West, Florida and Whitefield, New Hampshire, finally settling in upstate New York’s Adirondack mountains. After graduating Northern Arizona University, in Flagstaff, Arizona, he was commissioned in the U. S. Air Force for seven years and performed duties in missile warning and satellite operations. Frank had studied acting and modeling at John Casablancas Modeling & Career Center, and is an amateur photographer. He’s presented and volunteered at a local writers’ conference for many years, presented at writers’ groups, and has been interviewed on local and Internet radio.