Author bio

Charlee Jacob

Charlee Jacob - book author

Charlee Jacob has been a digger for dinosaur bones, a seller of designer rags, and a cook - to mention only a few things. With more than 950 publishing credits, Charlee has been writing dark poetry and prose for more than 25 years. Some of her recent publishing events include the novel STILL (Necro), the poetry collection HERESY (Necro), and the novel DARK MOODS. She is a three-time Bram Stoker Award winner, two of those awards for her novel DREAD IN THE BEAST and the poetry collection SINEATER; the third award for collaborative poetry collection, VECTORS, with Marge Simon. Permanently disabled, she has begun to paint as one of her forms of phsycial therapy. She lives in Irving, Texas with her husband Jim and a plethora of felines.

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Charlee Jacob is the author of books: Dread in the Beast, This Symbiotic Fascination, Haunter, Still, Four Elements, Up, Out of Cities That Blow Hot and Cold, Soma, Vectors: A Week in the Death of a Planet, Skins of Youth, The Desert


Author books

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Tawne Delaney is not what men consider beautiful and, at 37, is very lonely. She fantasizes about her dream lover--but the man she meets is a nightmare. Arcan Tyler is a rapist and murderer, possessed by animal spirit forces. If they are unleashed, he will cease to be human. For now, Arcan is all too human, and finds something new and rare in Tawne. But love among these creatures is not romantic: it is parasitic.
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From the crumbling ruins of a Cambodian jungle temple to the arid canyons of west Texas, exotic demons of the ancient past collide with more modern devils. Crippled residents in a small Cambodian village are trying to rebuild their lives in a shattered country. Just as it seems they cannot go on their god returns to them, providing hope and a dream of survival.

But their god has returned in the body of a former American GI, and their hope for peace comes in a drug that opens the door to untold horrors. Their beautiful nirvana waits only at the end of a road traveled by nightmares. It is a world peopled by the bizarre and the unearthly, in which damnation- and redemption-can come in the most terrifying forms.
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Four Bram Stoker Award winning poets join together to paint a rich, dark tapestry of evocative emotion in Four Elements. From modern interpretations to ancient mythology, they explore the magic and mystery of Fire, Water, Earth, and Air. Their vivid poetry and prose brings to life a universe in a grain of sand, taking the reader through a journey of discovery from the inside out.
There is something for everyone in Four Elements- conjured especially for the reader that likes to examine the meticulous depth and meaning in every word.
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Classic short story collection by the Queen of Hardcore Horror, Charlee Jacob. Originally released in 2000 by Delirium Books, this collection contains 15 of Jacob's best stories.
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From the crumbling ruins of a Cambodian jungle temple to the arid canyons of west Texas, exotic demons of the ancient past collide with more modern devils. As crippled residents in a small Cambodian village try to rebuild their lives in a shattered country, their god returns to them, providing hope and a dream of survival. But their god has returned as a former American GI, and their hope for peace is a drug that opens the door to untold horrors. Their beautiful nirvana waits only at the end of a road traveled by nightmares. It is a world peopled by the bizarre and the unearthly, in which damnation and redemption can come in the most terrifying forms.
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"I wrote the original poetry for Vectors during the first seven days of July, 2006, while sicker than usual and unable to get out of bed, somehow imagining there was no one else out there. There will always be those who think the idea too far fetched, that humanity could never destroy itself so utterly, especially in only one week. Yet these poems by Marge Simon and myself were never about science's purest ground zero but about all our planet's brethren, reduced to hearts and numbers." --Charlee Jacob