Mark McLaughlin

Mark McLaughlin's first published story, "As Osiris Wills," appeared in Space and Time Magazine back when he was a teenager. Since then, his fiction, nonfiction, poetry and artwork have appeared in more than 400 magazines, anthologies and websites, including Galaxy, Talebones, The Last Continent: New Tales Of Zothique, Gothic.Net, Terror Tales, Bending The Landscape: Horror, The Dead Inn, The Book Of All Flesh, Darkness Rising, Dark Testament, The Best Of HorrorFind, Best Of The Rest 2, The Best Of Palace Corbie, and The Year's Best Horror Stories (DAW Books). Collections of his work include ZOM BEE MOO VEE and Other Freaky Shows, I Gave At The Orifice, Shoggoth Cacciatore And Other Eldritch Entrees, Your Handy Office Guide To Corporate Monsters, and the forthcoming Slime After Slime. Mark is currently working on more stories, as well as three collaborative novels with Michael McCarty. Also, he is the editor of The Urbanite: Surreal and Lively and Bizarre.
Anthologies containing stories by Mark McLaughlin
Short stories
Silhouette (1994)
Prince of the Dark Green Sea (1997)

British Fantasy Society Best Collection nominee (1999) : Zom Bee Moo Vee