Ian Rogers (writer)

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Ian Rogers
Born October 17, 1976
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation supernatural and horror writer
Nationality Canadian
Period 2010s-present
Notable works Every House Is Haunted
Website
www.ian-rogers.com

Ian Rogers (born October 17, 1976) is a Canadian writer of supernatural and horror fiction. His debut collection, Every House Is Haunted, was the winner of the 2013 ReLit Award in the short fiction category.[1] A story from the collection, "The House on Ashley Avenue," was a nominee for the 2012 Shirley Jackson Award in the novelette category[2] and has been optioned for television by Universal Cable Productions.[3]

Rogers is related to the late folk musician Stan Rogers and his brother Garnet Rogers.[4]

Rogers is based in Peterborough, Ontario,[5] and has worked as a webmaster and communications assistant for the city of Kawartha Lakes.[5]

Bibliography[edit]

Collections[edit]

Novellas[edit]

Chapbooks[edit]

Short stories[edit]

Dates by original magazine or anthology publication.

  • "The Tattletail" (2006), Dark Wisdom, Issue #9
  • "The Black Tree" (2007), 55 Words
  • "Everything Gets Bigger After Nuclear War" (2007), Fall and Rise, edited by Ahmed A. Khan
  • "Charlotte's Frequency" (2007), Horror Library, Volume 2, edited by R.J. Cavender and Vincent VanAllen
  • "Winter Hammock" (2007), Revelation, Issue #4:1
  • "Twillingate" (2007), Salt, edited by Donna Burgess
  • "Wood" (2007), Black Ink Horror, Issue #2
  • "Autumn Burns" (2007), Writers Post Journal, September Issue
  • "The Man from the Currents" (2007), Touched by Wonder, edited by Jackie Gamber
  • "Relaxed Best" (2007), Not One of Us, Issue #38
  • "Intervention" (2007), Shred of Evidence, ezine
  • "Inheritor" (2008), Cemetery Dance, Issue #58
  • "The Dark and the Young" (2008), Bound for Evil, edited by Tom English
  • "The Nanny" (2008), Nossa Morte, Issue #3
  • "The Kid Pool" (2008), The Written Word, Issue #13
  • "Camp Zombie" (2008), Broken Pencil, Issue #40
  • "Buffalo Money" (2008), Rope and Wire, ezine
  • "Leaves Brown" (2008), Shades of Darkness, edited by Barbara Roden and Christopher Roden
  • "Psong" (2009), Murky Depths, Issue #7
  • "Vogo" (2009), Northern Haunts, edited by Tim Deal
  • "The Luminous Veil" (2009), Bare Bone, Issue #11
  • "Cabin D" (2010), Supernatural Tales, Issue #17
  • "The Bottle" (2010), On Spec, Issue #82
  • "The Candle" (2011), Shadows & Tall Trees, Issue #2
  • "My Body" (2011), Chilling Tales, edited by Michael Kelly
  • "Aces" (2012), Every House Is Haunted, original to collection
  • "A Night in the Library with the Gods" (2012), Every House Is Haunted, original to collection
  • "The Rifts Between Us" (2012), Every House Is Haunted, original to collection
  • "The Cat" (2012), Every House Is Haunted, original to collection
  • "Deleted Scenes" (2012), Every House Is Haunted, original to collection
  • "Hunger" (2012), Every House Is Haunted, original to collection
  • "The Secret Door" (2012), Every House Is Haunted, original to collection (only available in the limited edition hardcover)
  • "The Brick" (2012), SuperNOIRtural Tales, original to collection
  • "Midnight Blonde" (2012), Supernatural Tales, Issue #22
  • "Out of the Blue" (2012), Fungi, edited by Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Orrin Grey
  • "I Hate Needles" (2012), Strange World, edited by Andrew Burns, David Ward, and JP Fallavollita
  • "False North" (2013), Shadows Edge, edited by Simon Strantzas
  • "The Tour" (2013), free story posted online at everyhouseishaunted.com
  • "Day Pass" (2013), Chilling Tales 2, edited by Michael Kelly

Anthology reprints[edit]

Below is a list of Rogers' short fiction which has been reprinted.

  • "Camp Zombie" (2009), Can'tLit: Fearless Fiction from Broken Pencil Magazine, edited by Richard Rosenbaum
  • "The Candle" (2012), Imaginarium 2012: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, edited by Sandra Kasturi and Halli Villegas
  • "Aces" (2013), Imaginarium 2013: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, edited by Sandra Kasturi and Samantha Beiko
  • "The House on Ashley Avenue" (2013), The Best Horror of the Year, Volume 5, edited by Ellen Datlow
  • "Everything Gets Bigger After Nuclear War" (2013), Best Tales of the Apocalypse, edited by D.L. Snell

Awards[edit]

Won[edit]

  • ReLit Award for Short Fiction (2013): Every House Is Haunted

Nominated[edit]

References[edit]

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