Kedrick Rue was named after the street where he was born. He became interested in the paranormal at an early age when he witnessed a fairy wedding in the woods behind his house, an event which his mother attributed
to too much FD&C Red #40 in the Kool-Aid she served him for lunch. He currently resides at The Rectory, an abandoned film set located in Laurel Canyon.
A scholar interested in Forteana, the occult, and Dancing Waters shows, many of his books have been printed privately and distributed surreptitiously. THE SIRENS ARE SINGING is his first work of fiction for the public at large.