Howard A Jones
Howard can be found crouched over his laptop or notebook, babbling about flashing swords and doom-haunted towers when he isn't helping run his small family farm or spending time with his lovely wife and children. He's worked as a TV cameraman, book editor, recycling consultant, and college writing instructor, among other things. He was a driving force behind the resurgence of interest in Harold Lamb's historical fiction, compiling and editing eight collections of Lamb's work for the University of Nebraska Press. Throughout the previous 10 years, his articles about Dabir and Asim have appeared in a number of magazines, leading to an invitation to join the editorial staff of Black Gate magazine in 2004, where he has served as Managing Editor ever since. He writes a blog for the Black Gate website on a regular basis.