Mark Steensland self-published his first book while in the fourth grade, and has been telling stories ever since—some of them true. He became a professional journalist at the age of 18, writing about movies for such magazines as Jim Steranko's Prevue, American Cinematographer, Millimeter and Kamera. He has directed two feature films: The Last Way Out (a crime drama) and The Gospel According to Philip K. Dick (a documentary). His short films (including Lovecraft's Pillow, Dead@17, Peekers, and The Weeping Woman) have played in festivals around the world and earned numerous awards. His novel for young readers (Behind the Bookcase) was published by Random House in 2012. He currently lives in Northern California with his wife and their three children. Mark took home the Best Horror Feature Screenplay award at Shriekfest in 2015!
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