Jeff C. Carter’s stories have been featured in dozens of anthologies (Transmissions from Punktown, Gothic Blue Book VI), magazines (Nightland, E-Fantasy) and podcasts (Tales to Terrify, HP Lovecraft Literary Podcast). You can find a full list of his story publications on the right side of the page (click images for links) and at his Amazon author page.
His love of science, adventure and Halloween continue to inspire his science fiction, action and horror writing. He lives in Southern California with a cat and a human.
His hobbies are legion, including but not limited to: making prop and costumes, special fx makeup, Japanese art, calligraphy and language, climbing, surfing and survival skills.
His collection ‘We Bleed Red & Green’ was listed on Horror Fuel’s list of Top Ten Horror Books of 2020. He won the Reedsy story prompt contest in June 2020.
He is a contributor to Creepy Kingdom
Co-host of We Bleed Orange & Black Podcast
Member of The Samhain Society
Member of The Halloween Preservation Society
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6 responses to “About”
I was looking at old photos of a wrap party for the movie “Getting Personal” formerly “Somehow Scituate”. I think you were a production assistant. I found you on Goodreads as an author. Congratulations on your career.
I was indeed a PA on the film – although I thought it had been renamed Lost and Found. Where can I find a picture of the shoot? And how are you?
I don’t think I have pictures of the shoot, just the wrap party and none of them are scanned. I am okay. Detours and back on the production trail. The Massachusetts Tax Credits keep the movie business near by. I am working to finish my first feature length documentary this year, but….. I am trying to get a machine going to pursue all the documentary and feature projects I have been stewing on.
I’ve scanned 3 photos. I believe you have my email and I can send them to you.
Enjoyed your “stranded” email. It was well written and engaging. A bit too much like Castaway, but I read it nonetheless. Note: trees bark don’t grow up. A trees’s bark at 4′ at year 10 will still be at 4′ at year 100.
Luck to you.
Thanks for reading the story. I didn’t know that about the tree bark!