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|Occupation||Novelist, short story writer|
|Genres||Erotic literature, Horror, gothic, genre fiction, dark fantasy|
|Notable work(s)||Voice of the Blood, Wounds, Fiend, and A Drop of Scarlet|
Jemiah Jefferson's first printed work was St*rf*ck*ng, a collection of short erotic stories published by Future Tense Books. Her first full length novel was written in 24 hours in 1990. This eventually became Voice of the Blood, later published by Leisure Books in 2001 and then as an e-book in 2011. This was also Jefferson's first published work detailing the adventures of the vampire Daniel Blum.
More recently, Jefferson has written a series of novels. The second novel in this series, Wounds, was released in May 2002. The third novel, Fiend, was released in April 2005, and in 2007 Jefferson published A Drop of Scarlet. In 2010, Underland Press also published Jefferson's wovel FirstWorld. In September 2011, Mixtape for the Apocalypse was released as an e-book.
Education and Career