K. Trap Jones is an author of horror novels and a ton of short stories appearing in numerous anthologies. Specializing in narrative splatterpunk horror with a mix of urban fantasy, he draws inspiration from Dante Alighieri and Edgar Allan Poe along with his appreciation towards narrative folklore, classic literary works and obscure segments within society. His novel, The Sinner won the 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award. As a product of the '80s, he likes his movies bloody and his music heavy. He can be found lurking around Tampa, FL.
Novels include: The Charm Hunter, The Big Bad, The Drunken Exorcist, The Sinner, The Harvester, One Bad Fur Day, The King's Ox.
"Today, there's a new generation of horror writers bursting onto the scene, and Jones is one of the leaders of the pack."
– EDWARD LEE, author of City Infernal, Header, and The Bighead