Zachry Wheeler

Science Fiction Novelist


A sci-fi comedy series about a teenage nerd who shifts between parallel universes whenever he falls asleep.

Learn more about Max and the Multiverse
Learn more about Max and the Snoodlecock
Learn more about Max and the Banjo Ferret
Learn more about The Item of Monumental Importance


A post-apocalyptic series that reimagines the vampire legend as a futuristic battle between humanity and evolution.

Learn more about Transient
Learn more about Thursday Midnight


I do love a good nerd fest, so look for me at the following events.

The Dublin Writers’ Conference
June 21-23, 2019 : Academy Plaza Hotel : Ireland
– Saturday 11:45 a.m. : speaking on Writing From Book to Film

Ming Chen of AMC's Comic Book Men with his copy of Transient

Transient is a terrific book. It’s a gem that shows how much raw talent lurks within the Indy Writing Community.

Brent A. Harris

SF / AH Author

Less an action-oriented book and more a philosophical and cultural foray, Transient highlights important observations and criticisms about our current society.

Victor Acquista

MD / Author / Speaker

Want a book that will make you think? [Transient] is it. … I encourage anyone who enjoys different takes on old stories to buy and read this book.

Ducky Smith

Sci-Fi Roundtable

Wheeler dedicates [Max and the Multiverse] to Douglas Adams, who he manages to channel with witty, snarky, and offbeat humour.

Keith Lane

TG Geeks

[Max and the Multiverse] is one of the finest pieces of SF satire I have ever read. Anywhere. Bar none.

Eric Michael Craig

Rivenstone Press

[Max and the Snoodlecock] Probably the most insane (in a good way) book I’ve read. I enjoyed following this ragtag group of misfits on their journey in this installment. I know the name of the book is Snoodlecock, but I think Phil stole the show.

Phenex Alarius


Wheeler is the funniest living author I’ve read.

S. Shane Thomas

Science Fantasy Hub

For me, the best part of Max and the Banjo Ferret – aside from the mighty Tim, The Destroyer of Worlds (long live Ferretianism!) – was the Terramesh. [It] creates a wonderful backdrop to the craziness that takes place and makes this story stand up there with greats of science fiction inventiveness like Asimov, Niven, and Heinlein.

Geoff Habiger

Artemesia Publishing

For more reviews, interviews, features, news, videos, and other back-patting vainglory, check out my Catalog of Kudos.


Zachry Wheeler is a science fiction novelist, screenwriter, and java junkie based in Toronto. He enjoys English football, stand-up comedy, and is known to lurk around museums and brewpubs.
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He also gives presentations on the business of writing. Topics include film adaptations, author branding, and indie publishing.
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