Ian Rogers

Possession is Nine-Tenths of the Law

Ian Rogers is a writer, artist, and photographer. His debut collection, Every House Is Haunted, was the winner of the 2013 ReLit Award in the Short Fiction category, while his novelette, “The House on Ashley Avenue,” was nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award, and was optioned by Universal Cable Productions, and is now in development with NBC. His short fiction has appeared in several markets and has been selected for The Best Horror of the Year and Imaginarium: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing. Ian is also the author of SuperNOIRtural Tales, a collection of stories featuring supernatural detective Felix Renn. Ian lives with his wife in Peterborough, Ontario.

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Awards

  • ReLit Award, Short Fiction (Every House is Haunted, 2013)

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Blurbs

“Rogers writes with all his senses, and his characters are deftly developed with an economy of language that is rare these days. . . . Amazing.”
Shroud Magazine

“. . . the author’s facility with character and atmosphere makes for some provocative journeys into the dark and the frankly weird . . . . His best stories resemble the work of Joss Whedon: contemporary fantasy in which quirky characters confront the uncanny with deadpan aplomb and an appealing degree of competence.”
Quill & Quire

“Rogers brings us into moral grey areas, encouraging us to question stories, delve deep into them and interact with them, and also reminds us that every story contains the potential for both danger as well as ecstasy.”
—Speculating Canada

“Ian Rogers’ stories are old-fashioned in the very best sense: classic chillers in the spirit of Shirley Jackson and Richard Matheson. Every House Is Haunted is full of well-crafted, satisfying twists, a fine companion for any reader of literate horror.”
—Andrew Pyper, author of The Damned and The Demonologist

“Wry and stylishly bizarre, Rogers hits the mark dead on . . . I hope he’s on the job for years to come.”
—Laird Barron, author of Occultation

“Rogers has . . . a great dark sense of humor.”
—CSI Librarian