John Hornor Jacobs


John Hornor Jacobs was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for his debut novel,<em> Southern Gods,</em> 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 <em>This Dark Earth </em>(2012 Gallery/Simon & Schuster) and <em>The Twelve-Fingered Boy</em> (2013 Carolrhoda Labs/Lerner Books). He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas. Follow him on Twitter at @JohnHornor, and read his lively ramblings at <a href="" target="_hplink"></a>.

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