Drew Stepek is a horror author from Los Angeles.
For more than 25 years, Drew Stepek has written, produced, and directed for the publishing, online and entertainment industries. Drew has worked for Film Threat, Sci-Fi Universe, Wild Cartoon Kingdom, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Saturday Night Live, The Profiler, The Pretender, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and ESPN.
In the past ten years, the author ventured into creative directing and ideation roles involving entertainment and technology marketing for Davie Brown Entertainment. In 2012, Stepek took a position as the Head of Branded Entertainment for Machinima. He has also been a Creative Director at AwesomenessTV and Head of Branded Entertainment for All Def Media.
Flash forward to 2018, when Drew started his own entertainment marketing company called Atomic Bomb. And, then in 2020, he started a clothing company called Godless Industries (godless.com) with the intent of raising awareness and money for Children of the Night (childrenofthenight.org). The non-profit fights to end child exploitation, teen prostitution, and human trafficking.
Born in Royal Oak, Michigan, Drew moved around a bit as a young man and finally found his home base in Hollywood, California in 1994. Drew attended Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. His first novel Godless was released 666 (June 6th, 2006) and has since captured a strong underground following. The book was a semi-autobiographical picture of his own struggles with bulimia, alcoholism, and drug addiction.
Currently, Stepek is working on the sequels of his horror series to follow his Knuckler Series, that began with Knuckle Supper (2010) and Knuckle Balled (2018).