John Llewellyn Probert won the 2013 British Fantasy Award for his novella The Nine Deaths of Dr Valentine and 2015 saw the publication of its sequel, The Hammer of Dr Valentine. He is the author of over a hundred published short stories, six novellas and a novel, The House That Death Built (Atomic Fez). His first short story collection, The Faculty of Terror, won the 2006 Children of the Night award for best work of Gothic Fiction.
His latest stories can be found in Best British Horror Volumes 1 & 2 (Salt Publishing), Psychomania and Zombie Apocalypse! Endgame (both Constable Robinson). Endeavour Press has published Ward 19, Bloody Angels and The Pact – three crime books featuring his pathologist heroine Parva Corcoran.
He is currently trying to review every cult movie in existence at his House of Mortal Cinema (www.johnlprobert.blogspot.co.uk) and everything he is up to writing-wise can be found at www.johnlprobert.com.
Future projects include a new short story collection, a lot more non-fiction writing, and a couple of novels.
He never sleeps.