John Lee Farris (born 1936) is an American writer, known largely for his work in the southern Gothic genre.
John Lee Farris (born 1936) is an American writer, known largely for his work in the southern Gothic genre. He was born 1936 in Jefferson City, Missouri, to parents John Linder Farris (1909–1982) and Eleanor Carter Farris (1905–1984). Raised in Tennessee, he graduated from Central High School in Memphis and attended Southwestern College (now Rhodes College) in Memphis. His first wife, Kathleen, was the mother of Julie Marie, John, and Jeff Farris; his second wife, Mary Ann Pasante, was the mother of Peter John (".
They lived on a farm less than half a mile away from the church and graveyard at Cole's Crossing d of loans from FDR&apos.
They lived on a farm less than half a mile away from the church and graveyard at Cole's Crossing d of loans from FDR's Farm Security Administration, now leased some good bottomland along the Yella Dog. The brothers made out fine on the eighty-odd acres of corn in good times and squeezed by on the proceeds from a sawmill and a machine shop they also owned when the rains didn't fall in dry years like this one.
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The Corpse Next Door (Graphic Books, 1956) (as John Farris). Phantom Nights' (2004). Elvisland (Babbage Press, 2004).
This article is about the Tennessee-based writer. For the New York-based writer, see John Farris (poet and novelist). For the Canadian politician, see John Wallace de Beque Farris. The Corpse Next Door (Graphic Books, 1956) (as John Farris). The Body on the Beach (Bouregy & Curl, 1957, hc) (as Steve Brackeen). Baby Moll (Crest, 1958, pb) (as Steve Brackeen). Danger in My Blood (Crest, 1958, pb) (as Steve Brackeen). Harrison High (Rinehart & C., 1959) (as John Farris). Avenging Fury (2008).
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JOHN FARRIS is the 2002 Horror Writers' Association Lifetime Achievement Award winner and the author of numerous New York Times bestsellers including, The Fury, When Michael Calls, and Soon She Will Be Gone. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
John Farris was born in Jefferson City, Missouri in 1936. His other books include King Windom, The Long Light of Dawn, The Captors, Nightfall, Dragonfly, Elvisland, Phantom Nights, and Before the Night Ends. He attended Southwestern College in Memphis. He sold his first novel the summer after he graduated from high school, in 1955. Many of his books were adapted into movies. Harrison High was adapted into the film Because They're Young in 1960 and When Michael Calls was adapted in 1969. The Fury was the basis for the 1978 film, which Farris wrote the screenplay. He wrote and directed the.
JOHN FARRIS is the 2002 Horror Writers' Association Lifetime Achievement Award winner and the author of numerous . I don't tend to like books with "phantoms", but John Farris weaved it in perfectly.
Son of the Endless Night. Soon She Will Be Gone. The Fury and the Power. The Fury and the Terror.