Posted at 3:09 pm
Katrina Monroe at Dark Comedy Productions has this to say in her review of Mister White: "There is a consistent fear built up over the mysterious Mister White without every truly revealing who or what he is and what his motivation is. He’s a faceless...
Posted at 3:06 pm
I was thrilled to see this review of Mister White on Dead Man's Tome. The review concluded with these very kind words: "John C. Foster’s Mister White combines the suspense of mystery and bizarre of the supernatural to create a inricate (sic) plot that delivers an...
Posted at 11:28 pm
On the heels of her review of MISTER WHITE for Dark Comedy Productions, Katrina Monroe engaged me in a torture-themed interview about writing influences, the importance of place to writing and my signature dish (hint: rack of ribs). It's worth checking out just to meet...
Posted at 11:24 pm
Ellen Datlow's THE BEST HORROR OF THE YEAR series collects the very best stories in a given year and includes them in a single volume as well as an extensive list of Honorable Mentions. I was thrilled to have my noirish short tale of horror...
Posted at 11:18 pm
HorrorTalk reviewed the long awaited and recently released anthology LOST SIGNALS from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, which includes my short story "Armageddon Baby" amidst work from a who's who list of today's horror writers, including Josh Malerman, TE Grau and Damien Angelica Walters among them....
Posted at 5:21 pm
Wow, what a month! Mister White just landed on another best five of the year so far lists, thank to Beavis the Bookhead. I'm excited to see that this list is different from the top five list of a few days ago (except for Mister...
Posted at 12:54 pm
Shane Keene at Shotgun Logic decided to mark the half way point in 2016 by publishing a "Top 5 So Far" list...
Posted at 3:41 pm
An action photo (courtesy of Linda Jones) from my recent reading down in Philly....
Posted at 12:02 pm
, Upcoming Works
I finished the bastard. Rough draft of my hardboiled crime novel HANGING AT THE HOLIDAY is in the bag. Two in the back of its head. Columbian neck-tied. At some point I'll expound more in the project, which is based in my screenplay Rooster (which...
Posted at 11:58 am
T. Fox Dunham invited me down to Philly for a live author event, where I joined Lisa Manetti, Robert Dunbar, Sawney Hutton, James Chambers and the Fox himself in reading to a wonderful audience at Alma Mater in the Mount Airy part of Philly. An...