John Sunseri

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John Sunseri
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Born (1969-03-11) March 11, 1969 (age 48)
Portland, Oregon, United States
Occupation Writer
Nationality American
Period mid 2000s-present
Genre horror, science fiction

John Sunseri (born March 11, 1969) is a horror writer from Portland, Oregon in the United States. As well as writing traditional horror fiction he also writes Lovecraftian horror. John spent two years at Yale University studying a major in English. Today he manages a restaurant.

Writing since 2001, John has published over 50 short stories. 2007 saw the release of his first novel, The Spiraling Worm co-written with Australian author David Conyers.


The Jack Dixon/Harrison Peel series[edit]

Modern day Lovecraftian horror series set in the world of spies and government conspiracies.

Anthology appearances[edit]

Select magazine appearances[edit]

  • A Business Proposal (2005) Black Petals Autumn Issue
  • Household Gods (2005), Bare Bone #7
  • A Prayer for the Silent, Bare Bone #8
  • Spirits of Earth and Sky (2005), Cthulhu Sex v2 #22
  • A Voice Was Heard in Ramah (2005), Black Petals Summer Issue
  • Enter the Dragon (2004), Black Petals Summer Issue
  • Rag Doll (2004), Bare Bone #5
  • To Catch a Ghost (2004), Black Petals Spring Issue

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