About Isaac Thorne

Isaac Thorne at The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore

Isaac Thorne is a nice man who has, over the course of his life, developed a modest ability to spin a good yarn. Really. He promises. He also avoids public men’s restrooms at all costs. He considers himself a lover of books, music, movies, and other forms of pop culture phenomenon. His philosophy on his life is that it’s all one giant experiment.

Books by Isaac Thorne

You can find Isaac’s books on Amazon.com, as well as most other e-book retail outlets. He likes to write shorter works–stuff you can read in one sitting. He might produce a longer novel one day. It’s certainly not out of the question, although writing a novel is neither a goal nor a dream for Isaac. He does enjoy reading them, though.

More books are always in the works.

If he’s so nice, why write this kind of stuff?

Because the stories are funny, gross, and horrific, all of which appeals to Isaac’s–shall we say–underdeveloped maturity. Rest assured that even though his work might not fit the sensibilities of some readers, he truly means no harm nor offense. Frankly, if you don’t want to be horrified you should not be downloading horror stories. Perhaps you would be happier with another genre.

Isaac’s SCRM Radio Programs

In 2017, Isaac launched two programs on Tra Cee’s SCRM Radio Internet radio station. The first show, THORNE’S THEATER OF TERROR, features original and classic short tales of horror. Isaac recently serialized the Oscar Wilde classic THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY on that show. To see the currently SCRM Radio program schedule, visit SCRM Radio’s online schedule. In addition, Isaac produces CLASSIC CUTS, which are very short excerpts from classic public domain horror works. CLASSIC CUTS are intermittently.

You can listen live to SCRM Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Other stuff about Isaac Thorne

Other than writing, Isaac doesn’t do much. Nor should he. He simply wouldn’t be any good at whatever it is.

Contacting Isaac Thorne

You can always try to contact Isaac by using the form on the Contact page. If that doesn’t work, feel free to try the social media links at the top of just about every page on this site. Just remember that even though Isaac is a nice fellow, he isn’t a particularly social fellow. So just because the contact form and social links exist does not necessarily mean that your attempt at contact will be met with a reply. Then again, it might. If you’re nice.