More About the Author
Scott A. Johnson writes horror, dark fantasy, and horror-themed pulp-noir. A native Texan, Scott grew up in a small swampland town near the Gulf of Mexico that was culturally rich with ghost stories. It wasn't until he was in college that he decided to try writing, and discovered that he had a knack for disturbing fiction.
Over the years, he's continued to grow as a writer while working at a variety of interesting jobs. He has been a waiter, bouncer, salesman, professional musician, actor, model (really...he used to be much thinner), baker, teacher and computer technician. In 2007, he picked up his family and moved to Pittsburgh, where he took a teaching position at Waynesburg University. Two years later, he returned to Texas for a better job, and continues to live there, though he does continue to teach at Pennsylvania's Seton Hill University in the innovative Masters in Writing Popular Fiction program.
Scott is married to Tabatha, and together they have two children and three cats. When he's not working for Texas State University-San Marcos, he is writing. In his spare time, he teaches Kajukenbo Karate, hunts ghosts, and plays golf. For more information on him, visit his website.