J. T. Glover has published short stories in The Children of Old Leech, Handsome Devil: Stories of Sin and Seduction, New Myths, and The Lovecraft eZine, among other venues. He writes fantasy, horror, and magical realism. He blogs and publishes non-fiction on many topics, from fantastic literature to the visual arts to research methodology. Diagnosed at the age of three with early-onset bibliophilia, he considers it a happy meeting of fate and constitution that he is the Humanities Research Librarian at Virginia Commonwealth University by day, where he ferrets out obscure information and teaches writers how to do likewise. Earlier this year he co-presented "The Artist in the Library: Research Services for Creators" at the College Art Association's annual conference. He holds bachelor's degrees in history and Latin from the University of Washington, an M.A. in history from Ohio State, and an M.L.I.S. from the University of Washington. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, he lives in Richmond and is a member of the Board of Directors of James River Writers. You can find him online on Twitter (@smythsewn), Facebook, and at www.jtglover.com.