Along with Brendan Connell’s The Architect, I rate Delphine Dodd as the best novella I read in 2012, and Knock Knock as the best book I read in any category
— Peter Tennant, Black Static

S.P. Miskowski has twice received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. Two of her Skillute Cycle books published by Omnium Gatherum (Knock Knock and Delphine Dodd) have been nominated for a Shirley Jackson Award. 

Her second novel, I Wish I Was Like You (published by JournalStone), won This Is Horror Novel of the Year and a Strange Aeons Charles Dexter Award for Favorite Novel of 2017, and was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award. 

Her stories have been published in numerous anthologies including The Best Horror of the Year Volume TenHaunted NightsThe Madness of Dr. Caligari, and Darker Companions: Celebrating 50 Years of Ramsey Campbell.

 Miskowski’s third novel, The Worst Is Yet to Come, published by Trepidatio, marks a return to fictional Skillute, WA where newcomers become entangled in the dark history and buried secrets of the rapidly changing town. For more Skillute background, read “The Resurrected,” an origin story about Dr. Graham (Delphine Dodd) in the Chaosium anthology Sisterhood.