Geoffrey Foster began writing short stories at the age of 16. When he was 19, he began writing poetry, inspired but poets such as T.S. Eliot, Arthur Rimbaud, and Walt Whitman. In early 2009, his first book of poetry, Clockwork, was published by PublishAmerica, LLLP. Clockwork is a book that spans the entirety of human history, from the birth of man to a dark future when the clock-face of time finally winds down...
His second book, Ghosts of West Virginia, is a non-fiction book about his personal experiences with the paranormal in the Appalachian region, widely regarded as one of the most haunted regions in the country. It was released in December 2009. He is also writing the second draft of a horror novel called The Deal. Foster has other projects planned for the future in a variety of genres, including Fantasy and Supernatural. Excerpts from this other projects can be read at his official website, GeoffreyFoster.com (see the link below).