John Robinson’s works of horror and the fantastique have been published worldwide by Crowded Quarantine, Prolific Press, and more. In addition to his work as a short story writer, essayist, and novelist, he is an award-winning poet with forays into film and literary criticism. His feature length adaptation of Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” was a semi-finalist in the 2020 L.A. Screenplay Awards Summer Competition. He lives with his son in the heart of Middle Tennessee. Follow Curio Macabre, to learn more about his work, influences, and anything else that crawls into his head.