Originally from eastern Tennessee, Jason Reynolds is an indie writer and professor with a Liberal Studies degree from the University of Central Florida where he was an instructor in both the English and Philosophy departments. He also taught mythology and creative writing courses at Full Sail University in Orlando. He and his wife Jennifer then moved to western North Carolina where he taught Gothic Literature and Cultural Diversity at South College Asheville. They are currently living in the Chicagoland area where Jason is teaching philosophy and humanities at Moraine Valley Community College.
His main literary influences are Mary Shelley, Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Lovecraft, Faulkner, O'Connor, Orwell, Vonnegut, and Philip K. Dick. His stories blend historical, horror, fantasy, and science fiction into speculative narratives that explore both contemporary and timeless philosophical themes. His fiction has appeared in ResAliens Magazine, The Horror Zine, A Feast of Frights, Big Pulp, and The Midnight Diner.
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Reborn to Endless Night: Fragments from the Life of Anu Vijara
by Jason Reynolds
Calcutta, 1883. When Anu Vijara enters an opium den, trying to quell his craving, he happens upon Arthur Pennington, a weary Englishman. Their chance encounter creates a dilemma Anu never anticipated, forcing him to confront both his long, torturous past and his current predicament. Arthur will learn about humanity's hidden history, knowledge that will alter his future. If he has one.
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