BIBLIOGRAPHY (Print Appearances)

Jason V Brock on the Internet Speculative Fiction Database (ISFDB)

[Bold Red Text below denotes scholarship]

 

++Bibliography++

+Anthology Appearances+
2022-2020
  • What Remains, nonfiction. Edited by Alex Scully. Firbolg Publishing, 2022.
  • The Many Lives of Scary Clowns: Essays on Pennywise, Twisty, the Joker, Krusty and More, nonfiction. Edited by Ron Riekki. McFarland, 2022.
  • Future Weird: Science Fiction with a Touch of Strange, fiction, Introduction, and edited by Jason V Brock. Hippocampus Press, 2022.
  • His Own Most Fantastic Creation: Stories about H. P. Lovecraft, fiction. Edited by S. T. Joshi. PS Publishing, Mar 1, 2020.
  • Apostles of the Weird, fiction. Edited by S. T. Joshi. PS Publishing, Mar 1, 2020.
  • William F. Nolan: Writing as Life, nonfiction. Edited by Jason V Brock. Dark Regions Press, Mar 2020.
  • The Many Lives of It: Essays on the Stephen King Horror Franchise, nonfiction. Edited by Ron Riekki. McFarland, 2020.
  • Penumbra No. 1 – A Journal of Weird Fiction and Criticism, nonfiction. Edited by S. T. Joshi. Hippocampus Press, 2020.
 
2019-2016
 
2015
  • Shrieks and Shivers, fiction. Edited by Jeani Rector. Post Mortem Press, 2015.
  • The Horror Society Presents: Abandoned Places, fiction (reprint). Edited by Henry Snider. The Horror Society, 2015.
  • Black Wings IV, fiction. Edited by S. T. Joshi. PS Publishing, 2015.
  • Innsmouth Nightmares, fiction. Edited by Lois Gresh. PS Publishing, 2015.
  • A Mountain Walked, fiction (reprint). Edited by S. T. Joshi. Dark Regions Press (Brock appears in the paperback edition only), 2015.

  • The Faith I Left Behind, nonfiction (reprint). Edited by Tom Flynn, Andrea Szalanski, and Julia Lavarnway. Inquiry Press, 2015.
  • Souvenir Book of the Bram Stoker Awards Weekend/World Horror Convention 2015, nonfiction. Edited by Eric Guignard. World Horror Convention, 2015.
  • nEvermore!, fiction (w/ Sunni K Brock & William F. Nolan). Edited by Nancy Kilpatrick and Caro Soles. EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, Inc., 2015.
  • Horror 201: The Silver Scream, nonfiction. Edited by Joe Mynhardt and Emma Audsley. Crystal Lake Publishing, 2015.
 
 
 
 
2014-2012
  • Searchers After Horror, fiction. Edited by S. T. Joshi. Fedogan & Bremer, 2014.
  • Black Wings III, fiction. Edited by S. T. Joshi. PS Publishing, 2014.
  • Qualia Nous, fiction (reprint). Edited by Michael Bailey. Written Backwards, 2014.
  • A Darke Phantastique–Encounters with the Uncanny and Other Magical Things. . ., fiction and nonfiction. Contributor/Designer. Edited by Jason V Brock. Cycatrix Press, 2014. [This massive anthology featured previously unpublished material by over 40 outstanding writers, including all-new/previously unpublished works from Dennis Etchison, Steve Rasnic & Melanie Tem, Richard Gavin, Tom Conoboy, Mike Allen, William F. Nolan, Ray Bradbury, Joe R. Lansdale, Ray Garton, Greg Bear, and many more. 2014 HWA Bram Stoker Award Finalist for Superior Achievement in Anthology; several other stories from the book also received Honorable Mentions from Best Horror of the Year editor Ellen Datlow.
  • Bleed, fiction (reprint). Edited by Lori Michelle. Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, 2013.
  • The Best of The Horror Society 2013, fiction (reprint). Edited by Carson Buckingham. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013.
  • Flotsam Fantastique—Souvenir Book of the World Fantasy Awards 2013, nonfiction. Edited by Stephen Jones. PS Publishing, 2013.
  • Blood Type: An Anthology of Vampire SF on the Cutting Edge, fiction. Edited by Robert S. Wilson. Nightscape Press, 2013.
  • Nameless Digest #2, edited, designed/illustrated, and nonfiction by Jason V Brock. Cycatrix Press, 2013.
  • Nameless Digest #3, edited, designed/illustrated, and nonfiction by Jason V Brock. Cycatrix Press, 2013.
  • The Devil’s Coattails: More Dispatches from the Dark Frontier, fiction. Contributor/Designer. Edited by Jason V Brock and William F. Nolan. Cycatrix Press, 2012. [The anthology featured previously unpublished material by Ramsey Campbell, Richard Selzer, Gary Braunbeck, and a host of others. Winner, 2012 Book and Jacket Design from Pacific Printing Industries Association (PIA) for Cycatrix Press; several other stories from the book also received Honorable Mentions from Best Horror of the Year editor Ellen Datlow.]
  • Nameless Digest #1, edited, designed/illustrated, and nonfiction by Jason V Brock. Cycatrix Press, 2012.
  • Black Wings II, fiction. Edited by S. T. Joshi. PS Publishing, 2012.
  • Night Terrors II, fiction. Edited by Theresa Dillon. Blood Bound Books, 2012.
  • Slices of Flesh, fiction. Edited by Stan Swanson. Dark Moon Books, 2012.
  • Dangers Untold, fiction (reprint). Edited by Jennifer Brozek. Alliteration Ink, 2012.
 
2011-2005
  • Like Water for Quarks, fiction. Edited by Elton Elliott and Bruce Taylor. MVP Publishing, 2011.
  • Butcher Knives & Body Counts, nonfiction. Edited by Vince Liaguno. Dark Scribe Press, 2011.
  • The Bleeding Edge: Dark Barriers, Dark Frontiers, fiction. Contributor/Designer. Edited by Jason V Brock and William F. Nolan. Cycatrix Press, 2010. The book sold-out in its initial run and was re-issued by Hippocampus Press in paperback and e-book editions in 2015. [The anthology featured previously unpublished material by Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, William F. Nolan, George Clayton Johnson, Dan O’Bannon, Earl Hamner, Jr., Norman Corwin, John Shirley, and many younger authors, with a foreword by S. T. Joshi. The release was celebrated by a huge signing event in Glendale, CA at Mystery and Imagination Bookstore where a nearly 90-year-old Bradbury and nearly 100-year-old Corwin greeted hundreds of fans who waited hours to get their copies signed by the fourteen authors in attendance. Winner, 2010 Book and Jacket Design from the Pacific Printing Industries Association (PIA) for Cycatrix Press; Cody Goodfellow’s story “At the Riding School” was picked as the main selection for The Best Horror of the Year: Volume Three, edited by Ellen Datlow, who also bestowed Honorable Mentions to several others from the volume.
  • Brighton Shock! Souvenir Pocket Programme Book of the Bram Stoker Awards Weekend/World Horror Convention 2010, nonfiction. Edited by Stephen Jones. PS Publishing, 2010.
  • Animal Magnetism, poetry. Featured contributor. Edited by S. A. Parham & W. Olivia Race. P. R. Publishing, 2005.
 
+Comic Book & Graphic Novel Appearances+

  • Tales from the Acker-Mansion. Contributor. Edited by Holly Interlandi. American Gothic Press, 2016.
  • Tales from William F. Nolan’s Dark Universe. Contributor. Bluewater Productions, 2013. A Graphic Novel version released in 2017.
  • Logan’s Run: Solo. Sole writer; comic and Graphic Novel. Bluewater Productions, 2013.
  • Logan’s Run: Aftermath. Lead Story Consultant; Lead Costume Designer (w/ Nolan); comic, radio dramatization/CD, Graphic Novel. Bluewater Productions, 2011-2012.
  • Logan’s Run: Last Day. Lead Story Consultant; Lead Costume Designer (w/ Nolan); comic, radio dramatization/CD, Graphic Novel. Bluewater Productions, 2009-2011.

+Sundry Print & Online Appearances+
2022-2021
 
2017-2016

  • Weird Fiction Review #8, nonfiction. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2017.
  • Weird Fiction Review #6, nonfiction. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2016.
  • Weird Fiction Review #7, nonfiction. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2016.

2015-2012
  • Like a Dead Man Walking and Other Shadow Tales (formerly titled The Blood Princess and Other Shadow Tales), fiction collection by William F. Nolan. Editor/Contributor. Formerly with Arkham House, and finally published by Centipede Press due to Arkham House’s apparent dissolution, 2014. Later reprinted with an extra tale by Nolan from Dark Regions Press in 2015.
  • Fungi #22, journal edited by Pierre Comtois. Illustrations. 2015.
  • Soul Trips, by William F. Nolan. Publisher. Poetry collection. Cycatrix Press, 2015.
  • The Mirrors, by Nicole Cushing. Publisher. Debut fiction collection. Cycatrix Press, 2015. [2015 HWA Bram Stoker Award Finalist for Superior Achievement in a Collection for Nicole Cushing.]
  • Nightmare Magazine #28, e-book edited by John Joseph Adams. Quoted in a column (“The H Word” by Lisa Morton in the installment “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby –The Female Protagonist in Horror.” 1/2015. (Reposted online on the Nightmare Magazine website, December, 2017.)
  • What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?, compiled by Killian H. Gore. Interviewee. Snowy Morning Books, 2015.
  • Weird Fiction Review #5, fiction, as well as an interview with Al Feldstein. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2015.
  • Logan’s Run: The Definitive Edition, by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson. Introduction. Centipede Press, 2014. 
  • Weird Fiction Review #4, nonfiction. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2014.
  • Weird Fiction Review #3, nonfiction. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2013.
  • Nolan on Bradbury: Sixty Years of Writing about the Master of Science Fiction, edited by S. T. Joshi. Introduction, tribute, and joint interview with Bradbury/Nolan. Hippocampus Press, 2013. [2013 HWA Bram Stoker Award Winner for Superior Achievement in Nonfiction for William F. Nolan.]
  • Fungi #21, journal edited by Pierre Comtois. Article reprint and illustration. 2013.
  • The Teeming Brain, nonfiction. “Monstrous Singularities” column for scholar Matt Cardin’s electronic magazine/website, 2013–present.
  • Hellfire & Damnation II, collection by Connie Corcoran Wilson. Introduction. The Merry Blacksmith Press, 2012.
  • Weird Fiction Review #2, nonfiction. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2012.
 
2011-2005
  • William F. Nolan: A Miscellany, bibliographical chapbook. Co-editor (w/ James R. Beach)/Designer. Dark Discoveries Publications in conjunction with Cycatrix Press, 2011.
  • Fangoria #301, nonfiction. Edited by Chris Alexander. The Brooklyn Company, 2011.
  • Weird Fiction Review #2, nonfiction. Digest edited by S. T. Joshi. Centipede Press, 2011.
  • Guest Writer—September, 2011, contributor with two featured stories (“Red-Wat-Shod” and “The Underground“). Paul Kane‘s Shadow Writer website, 2011.
  • The Gothic Imagination, interview collection by John C. Tibbetts. Interviewee. Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
  • Dark Dimensions, collection by William F. Nolan. Introduction. Darkwood Press, 2010.
  • The Complete History of ‘The Return of the Living Dead’, by Christian Sellers and Gary Smart. Photographs. Plexus Publishing Limited, 2010.
  • Rude Mechanicals, by Kage Baker. Model for J. K. Potter (cover and interior images). Subterranean Press, 2007.
  • A Darker Vision, Featured Artist gallery. DarkerVision website (defunct), approx. 2005.

 
 
 
 
 +Novels & Novellas+
  • The Danforth; fix-up novel. Forthcoming.
  • The Kellen Diaries, Weird short novel. Forthcoming.
  • (UnSub) Series; supernatural police procedural. Forthcoming.
  • Logan Falls; continuation of the Logan’s Run saga (OFFICIAL). Forthcoming.
  • Milton’s Children, debut novelette rooted in Lovecraftian tradition, horror, and science fiction. Author and illustrator. Bad Moon Books, 2013.

 

+Other Publications & Notable Appearances+
  • Multiple appearances in the form of photos and tributes for Locus Magazine, as well as the San Diego Comic-Con International Souvenir Book for Brock’s friends, such as H. R. Giger, Ray Bradbury, Forrest J Ackerman, William F. Nolan, Dan O’Bannon, and others.
  • Multiple appearances in the forms of reviews and essays in Center for Inquiry‘s American Rationalist newsletter (defunct).
  • Multiple appearances in the forms of conducting interviews and writing essays for convention souvenir books, including the World Horror Convention, World Fantasy Convention, and many others.
  • Brock has performed as a Design Consultant and Illustrator for many books, magazines, and film posters, often uncredited.
  • Brock served multiple terms as the Election Committee Organizer for the Horror Writers Association (HWA) where he and his wife served as Jury Members (and Brock as Jury Chair) for several years; they have also performed Event Coordination, Consultation, and Convention Sponsorship for numerous special events.
  • Brock has been an approachable freelance and HWA mentor to dozens of aspiring artists, designers, writers, and editors; several of Brock’s mentees have gone on to be published regularly, including in many “Year’s Best” anthologies, as well as securing nominations for the HWA Bram Stoker Award, World Fantasy Award, SFWA Nebula Award, British Fantasy Award, Locus Award, and others. An experienced instructor, speaker, panelist, and lively reader, Brock has led workshops and conducted classes for others at many film festivals, as well as science fiction, fantasy, and horror conventions–both domestically and internationally–in addition to college special appearances, gallery showings, signings, and film screenings. His mentees and students have obtained agents, book and film deals, and also been accepted into prestigious writing programs in the past (such as Clarion West) due to his guidance, advice, and expertise. 

 +Poetry Appearances+
  • Spectral Realms #6, poetry digest. Edited by S. T. Joshi. Poetry. Hippocampus Press, 2017.
  • Spectral Realms #4, poetry digest. Edited by S. T. Joshi. Poetry. Hippocampus Press, 2016.
  • Spectral Realms #3, poetry digest. Edited by S. T. Joshi. Poetry. Hippocampus Press, 2015.
  • Spectral Realms #2, poetry digest. Edited by S. T. Joshi. Poetry. Hippocampus Press, 2015.
  • Spectral Realms #1, poetry digest. Edited by S. T. Joshi. Poetry. Hippocampus Press, 2014.
  • Totems and Taboos, illustrated chapbook. Writer/Artist. Cycatrix Press, 2005.
 
+Single-Author Collections+

  • The Dark Sea Within: Tales & Poems, horror/science fiction short story and poetry collection by Jason V Brock. Author and illustrator. Hippocampus Press, 2017.
  • Disorders of Magnitude: A Survey of Dark Fantasy, debut nonfiction collection by Jason V Brock. Author/Illustrator. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. 2014 HWA Bram Stoker Award Finalist for Superior Achievement in Nonfiction, as well as a 2014 Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards Finalist – Best Book.
  •  Simulacrum and Other Possible Realities, horror/science fiction debut short story and poetry collection by Jason V Brock. Author and illustrator. Hippocampus Press, 2013.

 

 

 

 ++Filmography++

 

 

 

++Music/Discography++

  • ChiaroscurO (Band; Composer, Vox, Instruments, Lyrics, Performance)
  • Misc soundtracks (Instruments & Production)

 

++Miscellaneous Design, Publishing & Editorial
(For Others)++

  • Gaslight Ghouls, edited by Scott David Aniolowski. Publisher. Fiction anthology. Cycatrix Press, forthcoming 2022.
  • It Only Comes Out at Night, by Dennis Etchison. Publisher. Fiction collection. Cycatrix Press, 2017. (A paperback/e-book re-issue of the Centipede Press 2016 hardcover volume with extra original material and new artwork.)
  • Disexistence, by Paul Kane. Publisher. Fiction collection. Cycatrix Press, 2017.
  • All That Withers, by John Palisano. Publisher. Debut fiction collection. Cycatrix Press, 2016.
  • Gothic Lovecraft, edited by Lynne Jamneck and S. T. Joshi. Publisher. Fiction anthology. Cycatrix Press, 2016.
  • The Mirrors, by Nicole Cushing. Publisher. Debut fiction collection. Cycatrix Press, 2015. [2015 HWA Bram Stoker Award Finalist for Superior Achievement in a Collection for Nicole Cushing.]
  • [NaMeL3ss] Digest, periodical. Print, e-book & online; Founder/Editor-in-Chief/Art Director/Contributor. Cycatrix Press, 2011–present (annual). [Managing Editor S. T. Joshi; the journal has presented interviews with many important filmmakers, artists, and authors, including George A. Romero, Kris Kuksi, and others, as well as new fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and artwork from a wide variety of creators, including Nolan, Gene O’Neill, Roger Anker, and more.]
  • Dark Discoveries, periodical. Print & online; Managing Editor/Art Director/Contributor. Dark Discoveries Publications, 2008-2012.
 
 
 
 

Comments (3)

MC is a novelette that I wrote: think The Lost World meets Lovecraft in modern setting.

What’s the Milton’s Children project about?

Nice credits, man!

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