The son of a Southern Illinois pastor, Brian P. Easton grew up watching classic horror films and spaghetti westerns during the 1970's.
Easton includes in his resume such jobs as: trapper for the National Parks Service, Wyoming cowboy, predator control for cattle ranchers, truck driver, newspaper composition foreman and rail technician on the Southern Pacific Railroad.
A researcher of the occult since 1985, he earned a degree in anthropology to further his study. Most of his works include various occult references.
His primary literary influences are H.P. Lovecraft and Cormac McCarthy; especially the latter's novel, Blood Meridian.
His first novel, When the Autumn Moon is Bright (Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter) was originally self-published through iUniverse in 2003, as was the sequel, Heart of Scars in 2008. Both books were finalists in the Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPYs) during their respective years.
Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter SeriesEdit
A trilogy following the life of anti-hero Sylvester Logan James and his feud with "The Beast" after a werewolf kills his father. His struggle to redeem his soul through violence is a central theme of the series.
- Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter (When the Autumn Moon is Bright)
- Heart of Scars
- The Lineage"
- Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter Trilogy Omnibus
Foreword, Leather, Denim & Silver - Legends of the Monster Hunter edited by Miles Boothe (Pill Hill Press)
The Monster Hunter Code, The Trigger Reflex - Legends of the Monster Hunter 2 edited by Miles Boothe (Pill Hill Press)
Contributing author to Permuted Press anthology, Times of Trouble edited by Lane Adamson
Winterfox Journals Book One