Mark Howard Jones
Mark Howard Jones comes from a town in south Wales where it once rained fish.
His 2006 novella 'The Garden Of Doubt On The Island Of Shadows' drew praise from Ray Bradbury among others. He is the editor of the anthologies 'Cthulhu Cymraeg: Lovecraftian Tales From Wales' and 'Cthulhu Cymraeg 2', as well as being author of the collections 'Songs From Spider Street', 'Brightest Black', 'Dreamglass Days: The Sein und Werden Stories', 'Flowers Of War' and 'Star-Spawned: Lovecraftian Horrors and Strange Stories'.
His fiction has regularly appeared in the 'Black Wings' anthology series in the U.K. and in the Centipede Press published 'Weird Fiction Review' journal in the U.S..
He is a former BBC journalist and a member of the Welsh Academy. He lives in Cardiff.