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John F D Taff



John F D Taff is a Bram Stoker Award short-listed dark fiction author with more than 25 years experience, and more than 100 short stories and seven novels in print.

He has appeared in Cemetery Dance, Eldritch Tales, Unnerving, Deathrealm, Big Pulp and One Buck Horror, as well as anthologies such as Hot Blood: Seeds of Fear, Hot Blood: Fear the Fever, Shock Rock II, Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories, Behold!, Shadows Over Main Street 2, Horror Library V, Best of Horror Library, Dark Visions Vol. 1, Ominous Realities, Death's Realm I Can Taste the Blood and Savage Beasts. His work will appear soon in The Seven Deadliest and I Can Hear the Shadows.

His novels include The Bell Witch and Kill-Off. Short fiction collections include Little Deaths: The Definitive Collection and the recently released Little Black Spots, all published by Grey Matter Press.

Taff's novella collection, The End in All Beginnings, was called one of the best novella collections by Jack Ketchum and was a Stoker Award Finalist.

His upcoming novel The Fearing will be released by Grey Matter in late Spring 2019.

Follow him on Twitter @johnfdtaff.

Genres: Horror
 
Series
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Novels
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Anthologies edited
   I Can Taste the Blood (2016) (with Anthony Rivera)
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Anthologies containing stories by John F D Taff
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Short stories
Track Eight (1994)
Just a Phone Call Away (1995)
Orifice (1996)


John F D Taff recommends
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We Are Monsters (2015)
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"Brian Kirk’s debut novel We Are Monsters is a sure bet. A hippy-trippy jaunt that goes deep into the baser things we keep bottled up… and what happens when they’re freed. Highly recommended!"
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Mulgara (2019)
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"David Rose's Mulgara: The Necromancer's Will is a great blend of fantasy, horror and even humor. Caught me off guard as to how fun it was to read... And I think it will you, too."
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Devil's Creek (2020)
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"Todd Keisling's Devil's Creek is a thunderous jolt of that good old-time religion...or so we're lead to believe. Keisling handles this tale of a mysterious backwoods cult with aplomb, deftly moving the reader through the horror of American small towns and their secrets. Very much recommended."

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