Posted at 9:33 pm
SECRETS OF THE WEIRD author Chad Stroup had this to say about my debut collection, BABY POWDER AND OTHER TERRIFYING SUBSTANCES:
"I always love a good single-author short story collection (not bad ones, though…keep those far away from me pretty please). I especially enjoy collections in...
Posted at 11:08 pm
, Upcoming Works
While I can't give away too many details until the official announcement by the publisher, I'm excited to share that my novel of the macabre THE ISLE will be released this summer. More details when I wiggle free from this gag.
Here is a brief description:
Posted at 10:05 pm
I'm pleased to kick off 2018 with my short story "Ghoul" in Unnerving Magazine Issue #5. Doubly pleased, I should add, because the bit of writing this tale is based on was originally in the text for the novel DEAD MEN as a bit of...
Posted at 3:57 pm
, Upcoming Works
Now this is how you start a year - my short story "Stuck Bucky" will be in the February issue of STRANGE AEONS! I'm excited and grateful in equal measure. I also found out on December 31st that my short story "Archibald Leech, the Many...
Posted at 10:24 pm
It's been one helluva year for writing. PMMP published two of my books - my first collection (BABY POWDER AND OTHER TERRIFYING SUBSTANCES) and Book 2 in the Libros de Inferno trilogy (NIGHT ROADS), I finished a novel 18 months in the making *today* -...
Posted at 4:17 pm
Castle Rock Radio is now on YouTube with its own channel! Check out episode 23 here where Max Booth III and Lori Michelle had me on to talk about the novel Night Roads, make fun of Jonathan Franzen and discuss Stephen King's unsung masterpiece, The...
Posted at 10:01 pm
Bizarro Pulp Press asked me "The Tough Questions."
Can you briefly describe an experience that played a role in how you wanted to develop NIGHT ROADS?
I encountered one of my few periods of writer’s block (or what I think of as writer’s block) during the previous...
Posted at 12:01 am
Eddie Generous wrote this insightful article on training to write short stories by reading the best collections out there, preferably outside your own genre. So while the article focused on work by the likes of DH Lawrence, Joyce Carol Oates and Ursula K. LeGuin, among...
Posted at 4:10 pm
...or How I Learned to Embrace a Second Name. Castle Rock Radio had me on to talk about Stephen King's unsung novel, The Dark Half, with side trips into making fun of a famous author or two as well as our friends at This is...
Posted at 2:59 am
Dark fantasy and horror novelist Lucy Taylor reviewed MISTER WHITE on her blog and had this to say:
"MR. WHITE is so good I found myself reading more slowly as I neared the end. Foster’s writing is superb, and I wanted to savor every sentence. Truly a stand-out...