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Bewildering Stories

Nathaniel Johnson

Bewildering Stories biography

The author was born in Concord, Massachusetts and spent most of his life in New England as a writer, broadcaster and record producer. He studied at the Longy School in Cambridge, Massachusetts and later produced radio programs WGBH in Boston. He studied radio drama technique with Desmond Briscoe of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop at WHA in Madison, and also read scripts for, and worked briefly with, Orson Welles before moving temporarily to New York City.

In New York, Nat read scripts for American Playhouse, Vestron and New Line Cinema before joining the staff at RCA Red Seal and RCA Victor Records where he became Head of Reissues for BMG/RCA Classics. In 2000, he was nominated for a Grammy as producer of the 94-CD “Rubinstein Collection.”

In 2001, Nat returned, with his muse, to Boston. He has written novels, screenplays and a collection of short stories. The author now lives in Rockport, Massachusetts, and is active in local writers’ groups and online at Francis Coppola’s Zoetrope Virtual Studio.

His most recent works have appeared in AlienSkin and Boston Literary Magazine, Writer’s Stories, SNM Horror Magazine, Bewildering Stories (First Quarterly Review 2010), The Foundling Review, Every Day Fiction, and Absent Willow Review.

Copyright © 2010-2013 by Nathaniel Johnson

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Prose Fiction
The Innkeeper’s Daughter
Old Thompson

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