Jeff Woodward has been writing fantasy stories since he was a child. In his 20s, he began to delve into horror, and more specifically history.
Aside from writing history, Jeff also got his hands wet in horror and fantasy. He was an editor at the now defunct Macbre Cadaver, which gave him his start in the publishing and editing industry. He has interviewed musicians such as Otep, and actors in the horror genre such as Melissa Bacelar.
When Giants Speak, a YA novel centering on a young man in 1980s suburban Chicago who is dealing with combative fellow students, gangs and love, is Jeff's first complete novel. It is the first in a series which follows the protaganist, Mario Vitelli, as he grows into a young man.
Jeff is also a member of the Robert E. Howard Foundation, or REHupa. This fan-group consists of only 30 members at a time worldwide. Pulp-writers such as Howard, Lovecraft and Clark-Ashton Smith gave him the will to write.
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An office worker lured by a beautiful woman into the grips of a scientist, who will stop at nothing to perform his gruesome experiments on live, human subjects.
Pulp-style horror fiction influenced by Robert E Howard and H.P Lovecraft.
The Voice from Beyond
A young couple with a newborn, and the entity that is trying to pry it from their grasp. Pulp-style horror fiction in the style of Robert E Howard and H.P. Lovecraft.
Ritual of Fire
A pulp-style short story about a demon-hunter trying to stop a human sacrifice. An ancient demon is trying to be summoned by a group of worshippers with the blood of innocents. An homage to Robert E Howard, H.P. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith of early pulp fame.
When Giants Speak
An intelligent high school student tired of being bullied, Mario Vitelli falls in with the wrong crowd for protection. Though intelligent enough to know the difference between right and wrong, he finds comraderie among those who walk a fine line with the law.
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- Dark Was The Path
on April 29, 2012
Great short! Look forward to reading more of your writing!!