Screenwriter and author of Eidolon Avenue: The First Feast (“a great read…powerful and jarring” – Cemetery Dance, 2016), Martuk … the Holy (“A Highlight of the Year”), Martuk … the Holy: Proseuche (Top Twenty Best Horror Novels of 2014, Preditors & Editors Readers Poll), the upcoming Eidolon Avenue: The Second Feast and Martuk … the Holy: Shayateen.
He also writes The Martuk Series, an ongoing collection of short fiction inspired by Martuk …
In addition, his award-winning short story “Forever Dark” can be found in Crystal Lake Publishing’s Tales from the Lake, Vol. 2 and various essays are included in the non-fiction Horror 201: The Silver Scream and Writers On Writing, Vol. 2, both from award-winning Crystal Lake Publishing.
Here’s where you can find his work:
“Lyrical, poetic, and devastating, Jonathan Winn’s Eidolon Avenue is everything good horror should be. At times, I couldn’t help feeling as if I was reading early Barker, and I can’t think of a higher compliment than that. Pay attention folks, Winn does as his name suggests, and this is a killer collection of nightmares.” – Kealan Patrick Burke, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Turtle Boy, Kin, and Sour Candy
“Jonathan Winn’s writing is solid and assured, and EIDOLON AVENUE: THE FIRST FEAST is a big, sweeping, fantastical and exotic work that is as engrossing and thrilling as it is disturbing and horrifying. Winn is definitely an author to watch.” – Greg F. Gifune, author The Bleeding Season
“a very dark and fantastical tale where angels and demons blend together; where violence and sexuality are entwined and madness and clarity are confused” – Caleb Blake, Papyrus Independent Author Reviews
“deep, dense, intelligent, complex … the evil scenes in particular are amazing … as breathtaking as they are creepy” — Horror Fiction Reviews
“From the gorgeous prologue through the stunning end of this chapter in Martuk’s life … I loved every moment of it. Martuk is going to strike nerves.” — Zachary Walters, The Mouths of Madness Podcast
The Martuk Series
“a near-perfect blend of innocence and depravity” – Amazon review
“a masterpiece of spine chilling, blood curdling inspired writing” – Amazon review
“Not only will this push the envelope, it will gild that envelope in gold, hone it to a razors edge and use it in a beautiful & brutal ceremony ” – Amazon Review
“…the next gorgeous new piece in the Martuk mythos. This world is the perfect amalgam of beauty and pain, magic and tragedy. Immediately engrossing and perpetually heartbreaking…” – Amazon Review