R.J. Cavender Interviewed on Fangoria!


Noted genre editor and horror aficionado R.J. Cavender is interviewed by Fangoria in an online article up now.  In it, R.J. talks about his recent Indiegogo campaign for a 2014 horror writers conference at The Stanley Hotel (inspiration for the hotel in which the shenanigans of S. King’s The Shining happened) and about the state of horror fiction these days.

Go here to read the interview.

I bring this up for two reasons.  First, R.J. is a helluva guy.  He’s one part of the team (along with Boyd Harris) who put together the Horror Library series of anthologies.  I have a story, “The Immolation Scene,” in the recently released Horror Library V.  Go get it.

Second, R.J. is working with me on a super-secret project that we hope to have ready to shop around by the first of the year or so.  I should have the edited manuscript back next week, so I’ll be busy hammering it into shape between now and the rest of the year.  I am super excited about this, and proud that R.J. chose to work with me on it.

Don’t want to say too much about it, but…wha…?  A title?  Hmmm…OK, sure I can share the working title.

The End in All Beginnings.

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About John F.D. Taff

John F.D. Taff is a writer, published author, raconteur and wrangler of angry stoats. He has more than 80 short stories and 7 novels published. He lives in the great, unspoiled vastness of the Midwest. He has a tremendous wife named Debbie, three pugs, Sadie, Tovah and Muriel, and three great kids--Harry, Sam and Molly. View all posts by John F.D. Taff

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