Author

Joseph A. Citro

American novelist

1948   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
occupation: novelist

Joseph A. Citro is a Vermont author and folklorist. Occasionally referred as the "Bard of the Bizarre" or "the Ghost-Master General", he has extensively researched and documented the folklore, hauntings, ghost stories, paranormal activity and occult happenings of New England. Interested in horror since he was a child, especially the works of Edgar Allan Poe and H. P. Lovecraft, Citro began his writing career by authoring several horror novels, including The Unseen, Shadow Child, and Guardian Angels. These novels blended the gothic elements of Poe and the eldritch terror of Lovecraft with actual Vermont folklore and contemporary New England settings. Later, Citro decided to make an attempt to catalogue all of the eccentric legends, folk tales, mysterious monsters, UFO sightings, haunted houses, and general uncanny activity of New England. His books on these subjects include Green Mountains' Ghosts, Ghouls, and Unsolved Mysteries, Passing Strange: True Tales of New England Hauntings and Horrors, Green Mountains, Dark Tales, and most recently Damned Yankees: Cursed in New England. He published Curious New England: The Unconventional Traveler's Guide to Eccentric Destinations with Diane Foulds, a travel guide to New England's peculiar and paranormal locations. Citro has given many seminars about writing horror and non-fiction, and given commentaries on Vermont Public Radio.
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works

13

Dark Twilight

1991 horror novel

author: Joseph A. Citro

1991

Shadow Child

roman van Joseph A. Citro

author: Joseph A. Citro

The Unseen

book by Joseph A. Citro

author: Joseph A. Citro

1990

The Vermont Ghost Guide

book by Joseph A. Citro

author: Joseph A. Citro

2000

Green Mountains, Dark Tales

author: Joseph A. Citro

Deus-X

book by Joseph A. Citro

author: Joseph A. Citro

1994

Weird New England

author: Joseph A. Citro

Curious New England

author: Joseph A. Citro, Diane E. Foulds

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