J. T. Glover has published short fiction in The Children of Old Leech, Underground Voices, The Lovecraft eZine, and Goreyesque, among other venues. His non-fiction has appeared in various venues, including Postscripts to Darkness and Thinking Horror. By day he is an academic librarian specializing in the humanities, and he pursues research agendas involving writers’ research practices, literary horror, and the digital humanities. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, he lives in Richmond, Virginia with his wife and a not inconsiderable number of fur-bearing friends.
March 14-18, 2018, ICFA. I’ll be attending with my librarian/scholar hat on, attending to present a conference paper entitled “Lies, Damned Lies, and Eldritch Statistics: Toward a Quantitative Analysis of Lovecraft’s Literary Reputation.” I’ll also be on a panel about the history of Weird Tales, as well as participating in the long-running “Words & Worlds” reading series.
I regularly attend conferences, workshops, etc., both literary and associated with my work as an academic librarian. If I’m going to be in your area, or you’d like to see me visit, please get in touch to let me know how I could contribute to your event.