Paul Jessup is a critically acclaimed, award winning writer of spooky stuff. Active pro member of HWA, he’s had publications in countless magazines over the years, including Nightmare, Apex Magazine, Clarkesworld, PostScripts, Interzone, Psuedopod, and tons more. His short stories have been honorable mentions in many Year’s Best collections, including Best Horror of the Year, Year’s Best Horror and Fantasy, and Best Science Fiction of the Year. In 2000 he won the Virginia Perryman award for excellence in short fiction, and in 2022 his short story (Skinless Man Counts to Five) was listed on the Recommended Reading List for the Stoker Awards.
He has lots of novels and short story collections published, mostly in the small press. His latest books are Glass House (a haunted house novel), Skinless Man Counts to Five and Other Tales of the Macabre (a short story collection), and Cancer Eats the Heart (a horror novel about a satanic cult). He has been published and translated in many different countries, including England, Ireland, Poland and Japan.