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Jeremy Robert Johnson is a novelist and the author of a multitude of acclaimed short stories. His writing has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, the Needle Award, and the Bram Stoker Award.

Genres: Horror
   Angel Dust Apocalypse (2005)
   Siren Promised (2006) (with Alan M Clark)
   Skullcrack City (2015)
   In the River (2017)
   The Loop (2020)
   Pain (2003) (with others)
   We Live Inside You (2011)
   Entropy in Bloom (2017)
   All the Wrong Ideas (2021)
   Blood Bank (2022) (with others)
Novellas and Short Stories
   Extinction Journals (2006)
Series contributed to
Bram Stoker Best First Novel nominee (2005) : Siren Promised
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2006) : Siren Promised

Jeremy Robert Johnson recommends
Black Tide (2022)
KC Jones
"Grab your popcorn for this one....Mayhem, masses of menacing monsters, pulsing parasitic vines...this is one gnarly day at the beach."
Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons (2021)
Keith Rosson
"There’s a busted heart beauty to Rosson’s dazzling collection full of misdirection and literary mutation. Like some kind of punk rock Kelly Link, he takes you on a singular voyage through world-weary resignation and enchanted love in a way that feels sincere and earned and more than a little magical."
Criterium (2020)
Tyler Jones
"This is small-town Bradbury with a world-weary mean streak: even the magic here seems perfectly happy to break your bones and drag your face across asphalt."
The Boatman's Daughter (2020)
Andy Davidson
"The Boatman's Daughter--a beautiful and brutal Southern Gothic that enchants and horrifies and hits like a wrecking ball from its opening pages--is fantastic in every sense of the word. Fans of Lansdale, Piccirilli, and McCarthy will dig this wholeheartedly, though the alchemy and magic here are Davidson's own and mark him as a major voice in modern dark fiction."
Sip (2017)
Brian Allen Carr
"An utterly transporting voyage through an oddly sweet, surprisingly funny, and horribly human post-apocalyptic wasteland. As much a celebration of the wonders of our daily existence as it is an indictment of the hungers which bring us low, Brian Allen Carr's Sip inflated my shadow-soaked head and set me floating on strange and beautiful winds. Never before have I so deeply wanted to return to the end of the world."
Screams from a Dying World (2009)
David Agranoff
"A kaleidoscopic burst of strange stories and righteous anger, balanced be a real concern for the future of our species, and more importantly, the ever-more-ravaged sphere we inhabit."

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