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John B. Ford is a notable British horror writer and publisher, born in 1963. An introverted youth, he left school at the age of 16. He spent the next sixteen years performing a variety of jobs, including those of a car park attendant and a factory laborer.
Total Books: 7
He turned to writing on New Year’s Day 1995, after suffering from a massive panic attack. His birth name, used prior to the attack, has been a well-guarded secret.
His fiction focuses on the themes of death and madness and is often written in the atmospheric styles of William Hope Hodgson, H.P. Lovecraft, Robert W. Chambers and M.P. Shiel.
In 1996 he established BJM Press (Big Jolly Man Press), launched Terror Tales magazine, and published a series of chapbooks by such horror writers as Michael Pendragon (Nightscapes, 1999), Paul Bradshaw (Reservoir of Dreams, 2000), Steve Lines (Dreams of a Diseased Mind, 2000), Paul Kane (Alone in the Dark, 2000), Paul Finch (By the Gas Flame Flickering, 2001), David Price (The Evil Eye, 2001) and Quentin S. Crisp (The Nightmare Exhibition, 2001).
His magazine, Terror Tales, has a strong cult following.
In 2001, he and Steve Lines of Rainfall Records collaborated to create Rainfall Records and Books, which continues to publish horror books.