John Hornor Jacobs


John Hornor Jacobs was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for his debut novel, Southern Gods, which The Onion AV Club called “sumptuous” and proclaimed “beautifully probes the eerie, horror-infested underbelly of the South.” Having worked in advertising for the past fifteen years, John is also an artist, a musician, and the author of This Dark Earth (2012 Gallery/Simon & Schuster) and The Twelve-Fingered Boy (2013 Carolrhoda Labs/Lerner Books). He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas. Follow him on Twitter at @JohnHornor, and read his lively ramblings at

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