Eric Jeitner

Biography

Eric Jeitner is a writer and librarian. His fiction is somewhat difficult to categorize. He lives in Philadelphia, PA with his wife and two cats.

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Books

The Dark Outside
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Price: Free! Words: 43,500. Language: American English. Published: March 23, 2013. Category: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
Two refugees staying alive through mutual silence. A group of strangers on an enigmatic hunt through a dangerous wilderness. A world-weary police detective looking for the origins of violence. The Dark Outside presents fifteen forays into surreal places and weird landscapes. Ideal reading for the the obsessive, paranoid, and discerning individual.

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  • In A Season Of Dead Weather on June 26, 2013

    This was a very good collection of weird fiction tales. The style, themes, and sense of subdued horror remind me a little of Thomas Ligotti. Though all were well-written stories, I was particularly impressed by "Lamia Dance."
  • Revenge in a Clockwork Universe on Sep. 06, 2013

    This is an incredibly well-written and humorous short. The peacock would easily make my list of Top 100 Literary Characters, if I actually had a list of the top 100 literary characters. You: Download it now.
  • In Extremis on June 25, 2014

    This story makes for an interesting take on the zombie subgenre. It blends some classic elements with a novel twist on religiosity. If you're a fan of zombie fiction, try this one out.
  • Second on June 26, 2014

    A very clever, well-paced, well-executed story. Well worth a read.
  • An Apotheosis on June 30, 2014

    An entertaining, well-written story, with great use of character dissonance. Exceptionally funny, too; filled with wry humor. Download this one right now and enjoy it.
  • Exit Nothing on July 07, 2014

    An engaging read. I like the non-chronological drift of the narrative and the direct, sometimes terse voice of the narrator. A very flawed, very believable character.