Connor Boyle was born in Boston, grew up in South Florida, and now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He holds an MA in English from Florida Atlantic University. His master’s thesis focused on the role of lycanthropy in John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi. His fiction has previously been featured on the Innsmouth Free Press website. He is influenced by the works of Joe Lansdale, Harlan Ellison, Patricia Highsmith, Jim Thompson, Harry Crews, Mark Twain, and Eric Ambler. His favorite book is James Hilton’s Lost Horizon.