Weston's first story was published when he was seven. The backlash of this first literary effort caused the elementary school to recall their newspaper at the behest of irate parents. One day he hopes to achieve this sort of acclaim again. Since then, he's written five novels, a slew of short stories and articles that have appeared in comic books, professional writing guides, magazines and anthologies. He won the Bram Stoker award for Superior Achievement in First Novel in 2005, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize for Fiction in 2003, and won the Buffalo Screams International Film Festival Original Screenplay COmpetition. He was born in Wyoming, raised in Eastern Tennessee, and now lives in Southern Arizona with his wife, Yvonne Navarro, and three Great Danes. For entertainment he races tarantula wasps, wrestles rattlesnakes, and watches Border Patrol Death Race 2000.
(Ochse is pronounced 'oaks,' or as Harlan Ellison once said, "Weston Ochse, sounds like a nursing home or a trailer park." Thanks Harlan.)
Novel - Blood Ocean (Coming from Abaddon Books in 2012)
Novella - Nancy Goats (Coming from Delirium Books in 2011)
Novella - The Loup Garou Kid (Coming from Bad Moon Books in 2011)
Collection - Multiplex Fandango (Coming from Dark Regions Press in 2011)
Robert Fleck, Literary Agent
Bad Moon Books
Burning Effigy Press
Dark Regions Press
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