David Barker

David Barker

David Barker has been a hardcore Lovecraft fan since his college days. He began writing short horror fiction in the mid-1980s, publishing widely in that era's small-press magazines, and edited three of his own Lovecraftian journals before leaving the field in the '90s to focus on literary fiction and poetry. In 2011, his comic surreal novel, Death at the Flea Circus, was published, and in 2012, David returned to horror with the publication of a serialized novel, Electro-Thrall Zombies. David lives in Oregon with his wife and has four grown daughters and two grandsons.

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Speculative Fiction Novels (10)
2015  In the Gulfs of Dream and Other Lovecraftian Tales
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2014  The Revenant of Rebecca Pascal
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2013  Alien Autopsy Barbecue
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2013  Caleb's Revolt (Electro-Thrall Zombies, #3)
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2012  The Revenant (Electro-Thrall Zombies, #2)
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2012  If I Could Die Right Now, I'd Be Happy (Electro-Thrall Zombies, #1)
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2011  Death at the Flea Circus
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2011  The Recluse
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2011  The Camber Horror
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2001  The Captive Dragon
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