Brian A. Dixon is a writer, publisher, and educator. His fiction has appeared in the pages of publications such as Connecticut Review, Zahir, and A Thousand Faces. His drama has been seen Off-Broadway. Columbia & Britannia, an anthology Dixon co-edited with frequent writing partner Adam Chamberlain, was nominated for the 2010 Sidewise Award for Alternate History. Dixon and Chamberlain are also the editors of Back to Frank Black, a volume celebrating Chris Carter's Millennium.







"Enemy Unseen"


This short story set in England during World War I considers the role played by science and education in the battle against the real enemy of trench warfare: infection. The story was published in the fourth annual edition of Goodwin College's literary journal, The Beacon, and is available for download.


"Enemy Unseen." The Beacon Fall 2015: 9-10. Print.


 The Beacon



"The Rejuvenated Lojeski"


Live Free or Sci-Fi, the latest anthology in the New Hampshire Pulp Fiction series, features Brian A. Dixon's story of a washed-up stage magician with a shameful secret pursued by a gang of children through the streets of Alton, New Hampshire. The volume is now available from Plaidswede Publishing.


"The Rejuvenated Lojeski." Live Free or Sci-Fi. Edited by Rick Broussard. Plaidswede Publishing, 2013.


 Plaidswede Publishing Co.



Back to Frank Black


Back to Frank Black, a non-fiction volume dedicated to the television series Millennium, features a number of interviews with key cast and crew written by Brian A. Dixon as well as an original essay from the author: "Second Sight: Profiling, Prophecy, and Deductive Reasoning in Chris Carter's Millennium."


Back to Frank Black: A Return to Chris Carter's Millennium. Edited by Adam Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon. Fourth Horseman Press, 2012.


 Back to Frank Black




Columbia & Britannia


Columbia & Britannia, an anthology co-edited with Adam Chamberlain, presents two all-new alternate history stories from Brian A. Dixon: "Intolerable Acts" and "The Last Day of the Old World." The book was nominated for the 2010 Sidewise Award for Alternate History.


Columbia & Britannia: An Alternate History. Edited by Adam Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon. Fourth Horseman Press, 2009.


 Columbia & Britannia

 The Sidewise Awards



Dark Discoveries: Interview


"As human beings, we’re biologically programmed to look for patterns in the world around us. The human mind can only handle so much data, and it’s built in such a way that the gaps are filled with interpretation. In the realm of consciousness, that often leads us to consider the most complex explanations for why things are the way that they are... They’re unbelievable, even if we want to believe."


Dark Discoveries #29


Drunk Monkeys: Interview


"That's what I want... I want to know that the character lives on. I want to see him back in the world, in the modern world, facing evil and making a difference."


INTERVIEW: Dixon & Chamberlain



Fourth Horseman Press

Mystery Writers of America

New England Horror Writers

Revelation Magazine

Sidewise Awards

Speculative Lit Foundation

Lance Henriksen

Davin Ireland

C. Mitchell O'Neal

Dan Pearlman

Joe Tangari

Alexander Zelenyj