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Adult Story Time With John Hornor Jacobs (ONLINE)

October 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us for the thirteenth reading in our Adult Story Time reading series! This series will feature a multitude of short story writers from many different genres reading one of their stories in its entirety then doing a Q and A. All readings will take place through Zoom. Email Corey at SturgisReference@Comcast.net to sign up. Registration is required.

Bio:

John Hornor Jacobs, is an award-winning author of genre bending adult and YA fiction. His first novel, Southern Gods, was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for Excellence in a First Novel and won the Darrel Award. The Onion AV said of the book, “A sumptuous Southern Gothic thriller steeped in the distinct American mythologies of Cthulhu and the blues . . . Southern Gods beautifully probes the eerie, horror-infested underbelly of the South.”

His second novel, This Dark Earth, Brian Keene described as “quite simply, the best zombie novel I’ve read in years” and was published by Simon & Schuster’s Gallery imprint. Jacobs’s acclaimed series of novels for young adults beginning with The Twelve-Fingered Boy, continuing with The Shibboleth, and ending with The Conformity has been hailed by Cory Doctorow on BoingBoing as “amazing” and “mesmerizing.”

Jacobs’s first fantasy novel, The Incorruptibles, was nominated for the Morningstar and Gemmell Awards in the UK. Pat Rothfuss has said of this book, “One part ancient Rome, two parts wild west, one part Faust. A pinch of Tolkien, of Lovecraft, of Dante. This is strange alchemy, a recipe I’ve never seen before. I wish more books were as fresh and brave as this.”His fiction has appeared in Playboy Magazine, Cemetery DanceApex Magazine and his essay have been featured on CBS Weekly and Huffington Post.Books:Southern Gods   – (Night Shade Books, 2011)

To learn more, visit his website at: https://www.johnhornor.com/

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Date:
October 6
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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