J.C. Hutchins is an award-winning fiction and nonfiction storyteller, with 15 years of professional writing experience. His two novels — 7th Son: Descent and Personal Effects: Dark Art — were published in 2009 by St. Martin’s Press.
Hutchins is a successful New Media storytelling pioneer and marketer, best known for his innovative use of written fiction, podcasting, video and fan-fueled crowdsourcing to create thriller stories, which he distributes online. With more than 5 million episodic downloads of his fiction to date, Hutchins is one of the most popular “podcast novelists” in the world. His work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR’s Weekend Edition, Fast Company, Starlog, the BBC, Time.com, Wired.com UK, and BoingBoing.net.
Hutchins writes novels, short stories and screenplays (which have been published and produced). A motion picture adaptation of his thriller novel 7th Son: Descent is currently in development at Warner Bros.
His groundbreaking supernatural thriller novel Personal Effects: Dark Art features “beyond the book” narrative elements that fundamentally blur the reader’s role from passive spectator to active participant. He has collaborated with game designers and mainstream film directors.
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