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Jeff C. Carter

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Jeff C. Carter lives in Southern California with a cat, a dog and a human. His love of science, adventure and Halloween inspires his Science Fiction, Action and Horror writing.

His stories have been featured at Medium.com, Great Jones Street as well as several magazines and anthologies. His new superhero book CRITERION is available now.

He is also a host of The Six Demon Bag Podcast.

You can now support his work with micropayments at https://www.patreon.com/jeffccarter.

Find him on Facebook (Jeff C Carter) or contact him right here.

Hush VR Game announcement

I’ve been secretly working on a project that somehow combines all of my favorite flavors: Horror, VR, Escape Rooms, Lovecraft, and Monsters!


That project is HUSH: In Search of Dominic Ward, a co-op room scale VR game that traps you in a cell with only your wits, a friend in an adjoining room, and your microphone to communicate. But beware, something stalks the catacombs, and it can hear you.


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