Eric LaRocca

Eric LaRocca (he/they) is a 2x Bram Stoker Award® finalist and Splatterpunk Award winner. Named by Esquire as one of the “Writers Shaping Horror’s Next Golden Age” and praised by Locus as “one of strongest and most unique voices in contemporary horror fiction,” LaRocca’s notable works include Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke, Everything the Darkness Eats, The Trees Grew Because I Bled There: Collected Stories, and You’ve Lost a Lot of Blood. His upcoming novel, At Dark, I Become Loathsome, will be published in January 2025. The book has already been optioned for film by The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus. He currently resides in Boston, MA with his partner. For more information, please visit ericlarocca.com.

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Books

  • At Dark, I Become Loathsome

    Format:
    Hardback
    Released:
    28 Jan 2025

    If you’re reading this, you’ve likely thought that the world would be a better place without you.
    A single line …

  • Bound in Blood

    Format:
    Hardback
    Released:
    10 Sep 2024

    You find it hidden in the dark corner of the bookstore; tucked away in a box in the attic, desperate …

  • Everything the Darkness Eats

    Format:
    Paperback
    Released:
    4 Jun 2024

    An insidious darkness threatens to devastate a rural New England village when occult forces are conjured and when bigotry is …

  • This Skin Was Once Mine and Other Disturbances

    Format:
    Hardback
    Released:
    2 Apr 2024

    THIS SKIN WAS ONCE MINE
    When her father dies under mysterious circumstances, Jillian Finch finds herself grieving the man she …

  • The Trees Grew Because I Bled There: Collected Stories

    Format:
    Paperback
    Released:
    12 Mar 2024

    Eight stories of literary dark fiction from a master storyteller. Exploring the shadow side of love, these are tales of …