Ethan Nahté spent most of his youth writing fiction and playing music, eventually receiving the National Quill & Scroll Award his senior year of high school. He took a break from fiction and performing, entering the fields of journalism and broadcast journalism where he slaved away for many years. The desire to write fiction struck him once more in 2004 when he wrote a story that won first place for the John L. Balderston award. He focused more on screenwriting after that, foregoing fiction once again for another five years, before returning and selling his first piece, a short story, to Yard Dog Press.
Since then, Nahté has sold more than two dozen stories, and even a poem or two, to various anthologies and e-zines. Two of his poems were also featured in the program book for the 2014 ConDFW literary convention. His story “Fiery Fairie Tempered” was awarded Honorable Mention (4th Quarter, 2017) in The Writers of the Future competition.
Nahté is currently shopping a screenplay and a middle grade/YA novel. More screenplays, short stories and novels are in the works.
The Undead Ate My Head
A collection of zombie stories,
The Undead Ate My Head (Yard Dog Press), published May 2017.
A collection of eight previously published stories and two new stories entitled
Of Monsters & Madmen
(Beagle Mountain Press), all with an introduction by the author and each containing illustrations created specifically for each story.
The Savage Caged
is based on the David Martinez comic book The Savage Cat.