About Jeff C. Stevenson
Jeff C. Stevenson works as a freelance copywriter for various New York advertising agencies.
His first book FORTNEY ROAD: The True Story of Life, Death, and Deception in a Christian Cult was published by Freethought House in June 2015 and was a #1 Amazon bestseller in its true crime and cults genres. Film rights are represented by the Agency for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles, CA.
An interactive website for the book was created by Jeff and Conscious Images Ltd. Visitors can find out for themselves "What Really Happened at Fortney Road" by going to FortneyRoad.com
Jeff's articles, novelettes, short stories and flash fiction have been published in PRISM magazine, where his article "Bury Me Standing" about the plight of the Romanian Gypsies was awarded the editor's choice; CLASSIC ROCK, where he profiled guitarist Glenn Schwartz in December 2015 ("The Fall and Salvation of the 'White Hendrix'"); his short story "What Can You Tell Me About Mercy?" was published in January 2016 in the FREEDOM FICTION JOURNAL; "The Washing of the Bones" novelette was published in the February 2016 collection, 9 TALES TOLD IN THE DARK, #10; "The Devil Arrives in Heaven" was published April 17, 2016 by the FLASH FICTION PRESS; his short story "Sleep Talking" was published in April 2016 in the URBAN TEMPLES OF CTHULHU MYTHOS anthology; the short story "The Last To Go" will appear in the June 2016 issue of 9 TALES AT THE WORLD'S END; his novelette "The Shulman Rental" will be published by Thirteen O'clock Press as part of their DETECTIVES OF THE FANTASTIC anthology, Vol IV in the summer of 2016; the Fall 2016 issue of HYPNOS MAGAZINE will include his short story, "All the Way From Memphis."
He is currently at work completing his first collection of short stories and a two-part supernatural suspense novel. Jeff is an active member of the Horror Writers Association and lives in New York City.
Twitter: @JeffCStevenson or @FortneyRoad