Ted Stetson

Ted Stetson is a member of the Eugene Professional Writer's Workshop and the S.F.W.A. He's been a groundskeeper, surveyor, salesman, door to door salesman, stock clerk, social worker, short order cook, apartment manager, computer programmer, cashier and a coach.

He has spoken at writer's festivals, s.f. and conventions, given TV interviews, readings, signings. Conducted writing workshops at Florida First Coast Writer's Festivals and been honored with several writing awards, including first place from the Florida Literary Arts Council and the Lucy B. MacIntire award from the Poetry Society of Georgia.

Born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island, he attended Seton Hall H.S. and Hofstra. After an honorable discharge from the Marine Corps he graduated from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. He lives in Oregon with his wife and son and dog: Ronald.

Selected Publications: Houston Sampler, State Street Review, Eugene Register-Guard, Future Orbits, Twisted Tongue, MysteryAuthors.


Computer Song Book, published by J. Weston Walch.

Night Beasts, published by Pinnacle.

One Evening A Year - anthology.

MOTA: Truth - anthology - TripleTree Press.

Ruins Terrestrial – anthology - Hadleyrillebooks.com

Ruins Extraterrestrial–anthology - Hadleyrillebooks.com

Barren Worlds - anthology - Hadleyrillebooks.com

Zombies in New York - Three Door Publications

The Legend of Sweetwater - Three Door Publications