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The website of writer John C. Foster
horror, fiction, Mister White, Dead Men, Baby Powder
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About the Writer

John C. Foster’s novel Dead Men was published by Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing in 2015 and his second novel, Mister White, was published by Grey Matter Press in April of 2016. His debut collection of short stories, Baby Powder and Other Terrifying Substances, was published by Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing in January 2017. His short stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies including Shock Totem, Dark Moon Digest and Dread – the Best of Grey Matter Press among others. He lives in Brooklyn with the actress Linda Jones.

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About the Books

“Foster has written the kind of book that keeps the genre fresh and alive and will make fans cheer. Books like this are the reason I love horror fiction.” ~Ray Garton, Grand Master of Horror Award-winner and Bram Stoker Award-nominated Author of LIVE GIRLS and SCISSORS

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News from the Front

  • “THE ISLE is like a water-color painting by Lovecraft, signed by Clive Barker”

    Sometimes when it rains, it pours. Dale Ester shared this wonderful review of The Isle: Fans of gothic horror are in for a treat with THE ISLE. Set on...

  • All Aboard Leviathan

    A wonderful Amazon review of The Isle by Marissa Smith! “From the children to the corpses, I thoroughly enjoyed being immersed in Foster’s...

  • My Necronomicon Schedule

    Here is my Necronomicon schedule:   I’m arriving on Friday around lunch.   Saturday – 3:00-4:15pm   THE UNNAMABLE DOWN EAST: THE INFLUENCE OF LOVECRAF...

  • Work in Progress

    I typically have more than one project going at a time in various stages of development. As I wait for notes back on the novel All the Teeth in the Wo...