J. R. Walker is a (late) twenty-something currently living in Southern California. He is a massive geek, an avid knitter, and a long-time mohawk enthusiast. He is the author of over two dozen short stories and a number of in-progress novels. Much of his work would be considered "weird fiction" and the influence of H. P. Lovecraft is evident in many of his pieces. He also writes a great deal of science fiction and horror.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I enjoy coming up with "what if" scenarios and fantasizing about how things could be different. It's a lot of fun and I love sharing my stories with other people. It's just really satisfying to have a story inside of you and bring it to life through the written word.
What do your fans mean to you?
My fans mean absolutely everything to me. An artist depends on their fans for success. Without fans, artists couldn't keep doing what they love to do. And honestly, it always feels good to know that something you created is enjoyed by other people.
Strange Aeons, and Other Weird Tales has it all: science fiction, horror, suspense, and a common Twilight Zone-esque thread of "otherness" to tie it all together. In this collection are tales of hopeful futures, of monsters and demons, of witches and spaceships. There are tales of dreams and of nightmares and of things beyond the scope of human understanding.