JT Macleod is the pen name of John Dodds, a Scot, now living in Bulgaria. Trained as a journalist, he worked for many years as an arts publicist in Glasgow, and latterly in the communications department of a social housing agency. He has had numerous short stories published, and one novel, Bone Machines (first edition out of print, but now a successful podiobook and ebook).
Three of his stories received honourable mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. His work has appeared in such publications as The Horror Express magazine; New Blood, Old Souls; Breaking Windows: A Fantastic Metropolis Sampler (Prime Books); Shorts V (Polygon) and elsewere. You can also hear some of his stories on audio, through podcasts such as Crimewav, Pseudopod and StarshipSofa. He has completed a second novel, Kali's Kiss, with two more underway. One of his short stories, Dr. North's Wound, was praised by science fiction and fantasy luminary, Michael Moorcock, who said: "John is one of the most promising new writers I have read for some time. I highly recommend his work."
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