John R. Little was born in London, Canada, and started writing short stories at the age of twelve. The stories he wrote at the time are not memorable.
His first novel, The Memory Tree, was published by Nocturne Press in 2007. It was nominated for the Bram Stoker award for best first novel. A novella, Placeholders, was then published by Necessary Evil Press. This book was nominated for the Black Quill award.
More recent books include Miranda (winner of the Bram Stoker and Black Quill awards), The Gray Zone, Dreams in Black and White, and Ursa Major.
Bad Moon Books published a retrospective collection of Johnís best short stories in the aptly titled book Little Things.
Coming soon is Johnís first thriller, Scavenger Hunt, written in collaboration with Fatima Monteiro. Look for this in 2012.