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About 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 anthology 'Cthulhu Cymraeg: Lovecraftian Tales From Wales' and author of the collections 'Songs From Spider Street', 'Brightest Black', 'Dreamglass Days: The Sein und Werden Stories', and 'Flowers Of War'.
His latest fiction appears in the anthologies 'Black Wings III' (PS publishing),'The Madness Of Cthulhu II' (Titan Books) 'Gothic Lovecraft' (Cycatrix Press) and 'Creeping Crawlers' (Shadow Publishing).
He is a former BBC journalist and a member of the Welsh Academy. He lives in Cardiff.
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Featured editor Aaron J. French writes: I recently proposed to Mike Davis the idea of featuring several new stories in the eZine based on the fabled lost continent of Atlantis and the weird fiction worlds of H.P. Lovecraft. He happily agreed, and so I am pleased to bring you six new stories I selected and edited focusing on this theme. There is new work from Donald Tyson, John Langan, Erik T. Johnson, Jodi Renée Lester, Darren Speegle, and Gio Clairval. I’ve always been fascinated by Atlantean mythology and personally I think it mixes quite well with HPL’s Mythos. I hope you enjoy this special selection of stories and that you will check out the authors’ other work if you happen to like them. Thanks for tuning in!
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