Welcome to KrogFiction, the site of author, Robert J. Krog.
Robert J. Krog will be an author guest at Midsouthcon this year.
The stories, The Bone Garden and The Clockwork Gunslingers are finalists for the Darrell award this year.
The anthology, A Tall Ship, A Star, and Plunder, is available from Dark Oak Press and Media
Thursday Morrow: The Self-Winding, Mechanical Man is now available from Dark Oak Press and Media
The Bone Garden, is in the anthology Ten Reasons to cross the moat
from Alban Lake Publishing.
The short story, Discombobulation, in Clockwork Spells and Magical Bells, was a finalist for the Darrel Award 2013.
Mr. Krog's novella, A Bag Full of Eyes, received the Darrell Award for best Midsouth novella 2013.
Below, author, Robert J. Krog, and his good friend, the OED.
Robert J. Krog is a native of Memphis, TN, where he still resides with his family. Mr. Krog is a devout Catholic. He has been an assistant arborist to his father, who was a professional arborist. He has also been a grocery store clerk, a waiter for one week, an order out delivery guy for one week, a legal runner, a substitute teacher, and a high school History teacher, all in Memphis, TN. He has several degrees, mostly in History, but is putting none of them to good use, though he loves History and can still translate Middle Egyptian, if he works at it (and maybe Hieratic, if he really works at it). Currently, he works in chemical yard care and writes as much as obligations to a full-time job, the church, and family life allow. His published works include The Stone Maiden and Other Tales, numerous short stories published by various small presses and several on this website, and the novella, A Bag Full of Eyes, now available from Sam's Dot Publishing. His most recently published work is the short story, Thursday Morrow: The Self-Winding, Mechanical Man, in the anthology, Capes and Clockwork, now available from Dark Oak Press and Media. He continues to write and is working on finishing several novels. He is also editing an anthology of pirate stories for Dark Oak Press. It is titled A Tall Ship, a Star, and Plunder. It is available as of Jan. 20, 2014