Grefe’s work spans true crime character pieces, surreal thrillers, dreamy fantasy, face-melting horror, as well as comedic and erotic dreamscapes that explode with cerebral energy.
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“Grefe creates stories to seduce, hypnotize, and cast a marvelous spell on the viewer. He is a true wizard of screenwriting.” – Jim Wynorski, screenwriter and director of Chopping Mall and Demolition High
“Grefe is a lyricist of the grotesque, an ultrasensualist with an ultraviolent imagination that would put Anthony Burgess to shame. He writes odes to the destruction of the human body so sonically rich they’ll make you marvel at the possibilities of the English language even as you gag on your breakfast.” – Katie Farris, author of boysgirls
“He cradles his reader in effulgent terror: divinatory sentences composed of guts—literal disemboweled organs and blood and blood and blood, effrontery without fear: glinted clauses, gilded metaphors—pure and bold sentences that scaffold terror, fright, and torture to make demonic houses that will eat you up in their intelligent grace. And blood. Did I mention blood yet?” – Lily Hoang, author of A Bestiary
ASSEMBLAGE OF SELECTED CREATIVE WORKS:
“Jamie’s words flow like the notes of an epic concerto, pulling you in with the assured alacrity of a master conductor, his cadence and pacing sexy, lyrical and hyper-visual.” – Shane Douglas Keene – Horrortalk.com
“A fantastic writer who thoroughly ‘gets’ the subtleties of any style he decides to tackle. Jamie writes with a combination of playfulness and skill so sorely lacking in today’s literary scene.” – Gregg Turkington, On Cinema, Victorville Film Archive
Gregory Hatanaka, Can Evrenol, Kurando Mitsutake, Preston Fassell, Johnny Martin, Peter Malota, Prince Bagdasarian, Shane Ryan, PFFR, John Lee, Rooster Republic Press, Bizarro Pulp Press, Eraserhead Press, Vincenzo Bilof, Tim Heidecker, Jay Burleson, Spike Marlowe, Jordan Krall, Eric Westerlind, Stephen Graham Jones, Katie Farris, Lily Hoang, Andrew Morgan, Jim Wynorski, Joel Potrykus, Gregg Turkington, Will Oldham, Arthur Graham, Stephen Black, H and A + Z and N, John “Johnny Unicorn” Adams, and the list goes on and on–unending, spiraling, forever and ever.