Jack M. Haringa is a part-time writer and freelance editor and a full-time teacher of English. He has published non-fiction with Hippocampus Press and Jobs In Hell. His fiction has appeared in anthologies from Bedlam/Necro Press and Prime Books. His most recent short story, "A Perfect and Unmappable Grace," was selected for inclusion in the 21st Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow and Gavin Grant & Kelly Link, which is currently available. His essay, "The Agnatology of Horror: Or, Lies the Internet Told You", appears in Writers Workshop of Horror, published by Woodland Press.
He currently co-edits, with S.T. Joshi, Dead Reckonings, a review journal of horror, suspense, and dark fantasy published by Hippocampus Press.