James Harper


A transplanted native in a city full of them, James is a writer working in Washington DC. He has a short story, “Just for One Day,” in the anthology Stress City: A Big Book of Fiction by 51 DC Guys, edited by Richard Peabody. In early 2015, the short story version of his novel, Love Craft, was collected in Swallowed by the Beast, an anthology edited by Samie Sands. Last year, a longer version was accepted for publication next year in Dunhams Destroys Lovecraft, a journal from Dunhams Manor Press. His novelette, “Return of the Caledonians,” appears in The Corpse Candle and Other Nightmares, edited by Patrick Dotson. In addition, it appears in the Halloween anthology, Tales of Horror on Halloween Night, edited by Samie Sands. More recently, His short story, “Death Ray,” can be found in Busted Lip, the inaugural anthology from Fat-Lip Press. Another short story, “Reptoid,” appears in Black Candy, a Halloween anthology from Jaded Books Publications edited by Mitch Workman.