Mark C. Scioneaux is employed as an industrial hygienist by day and a horror writer by night.
His passion for the macabre left him dissatisfied with many of the zombie stories and movies shambling around, so he was determined to blaze a new trail – one littered with slick patches of gore and more than a few empty shotgun shells. He is an avid reader and movie lover and is always looking for a way to share a good story.
He is the author of “Faye Believes,” “Riser,” “The Wanderer,” and “How Stopping a Zombie Invasion Will Get You Grounded.” His short story, “The Demon in the Water,” is published by Severed Dead Press. His newest short story, “How Slappy Ended Christmas,” appears in Dead Christmas: A Zombie Anthology. He is also the author of the thrilling zombie novel, Hollow Point, and the editor of the anthology, Bigfoot Tales. His smash-hit novelette, “The Glass Coffin,” is available for download on Kindle.
He is also the founder of “Horror for Good,” a charitable anthology created with Cutting Block Press. It features some of the biggest names in horror as well as several rising stars. All proceeds from the anthology will go to amfAR, an international AIDS research charity.
Mark is a graduate of Louisiana State University and currently resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with his wife, Jessica.