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Author: JFo

02 Nov 2018 A New York writer in Princeton

I had so much fun last night in Princeton, NJ, for the American launch of THE GRIMOIRE OF KENSINGTON MARKET at Labyrinth Books, in conjunction with the Princeton Public Library. I was tapped to interview Lauren before a live audience, after which she fielded questions...

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16 Oct 2018 Five Scary Reads for Halloween!

Jim McLeod at Ginger Nuts of Horror asked writers to list five scary books to read for Halloween. The trick - other than narrowing a list of hundreds down to five, was to find books that people might not have thought of that still capture...

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27 Aug 2018 Getting Strange

I'm delighted to share that my short story "Stuck Bucky" will be included in STRANGE AEONS issue #23, with knockout cover art by Nick 'The Hat' Gucker. Pre-orders are open now. From their announcement: "All right, all right, all right...

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20 Aug 2018 Haunted Films

The anthology LOST FILMS debuts tomorrow and I'm thrilled to have my own story, "Archibald Leech: The Many Storied Man" included among the 19 tales of celluloid terror. Here's an early look at the introduction to the book, from Max Booth III: When I was eleven,...

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14 Jul 2018 Publishers Weekly reviews LOST FILMS

Publishers Weekly singled out several stories from LOST FILMS and had this to say about mine: *John C. Foster’s “Archibald Leech, The Many-Storied Man,” Brian Asman’s “A Festival of Fiends,” and Eugenia M. Triantafyllou’s “Ghost Mapping” are exceptional offerings that sacrifice neither storytelling nor style...

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12 Jul 2018 SciFi & Fantasy Reviewer on LOST FILMS

Sci Fi and Fantasy Reviewer released a wonderful review of the upcoming LOST FILMS anthology (PMMP) and had these kind words for my contribution to the book: Another highlight of the anthology for me was Archibald Leech, The Many-Storied Man by John C. Foster. It’s difficult, in a...

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