American fiction writer Dustin Warburton is a children’s author, young adult/adult horror writer, and screenwriter.
Dustin was published for the first time at the age of seventeen when he was accepted to the 1999 New England Young Writers Conference in Middlebury, Vermont: the oldest and most prestigious conference in the United States. His books include horror titles, Taste, Strange Things, and Morticians Food, as well as his children’s titles, My Brother Eats Spiders, The Little Monsters Guide on How to Scare Children, Bullies Aren’t Scary, (co-written with Hall of Fame Boxer Kostya Tszyu), Dennis the Wild Bull (co-written with basketball superstar Dennis Rodman), Macho Dad (with Hector Camacho), Jesse and the Boogeyman, (co-written with former champion Jesse James Leija), and most recently Lost Wings (with Marvin Hagler).
In 2012 his first feature film Spiders 3D (story credit) debuted at the Los Angeles 3D Film Festival and won Best Native 3D Picture and Best Director.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Writing and Literature and a Master’s Degree in Education.
UPDATE: 3 May 2016 – unfortunately Dustin has had to postpone his appearance in June. He sends his apologies and hopes to meet fans again at a future Supanova.