John E.O. Stevens writes fiction, criticism, reviews, and the occasional academic paper. He has a regular column at the Hugo-winning SF Signal website on fantastic literature and its cultures. John’s publications include: "Between Wishes and Fire," Le Zaporogue 13, Winter 2013; "The Scorn of the Peregrinator" for Beneath Ceaseless Skies #110 (November 2013); "Experience is the Only Kind of Story: The Fiction of J. M. McDermott," in BULL SPEC #7 (Spring 2012); "The Mad King Laughing in the Cellar: Eric Basso and Decompositions," Weird Fiction Review, 8 March 2012; "The Improbable, Inevitable Domestication of the Great Old Ones: H. P. Lovecraft's Iconic Influence on 21st-Century Fantastic Literature and Culture," published in Apex Magazine #28 (September 2011); and "Ekstace og undren ved fantastiska: En euforisk meditation," in PROXIMA: Dansk Science Fiction Tidsskrift No. 94 (Efterår 2011). He is currently working on two books (one fiction, one non-fiction) and writes about books and fantastika at his blog. When not reading or writing, he is a bookseller, father to an amazing daughter, obsessive biblioholic, and ogrish curmudgeon.