Philip Dickens lives in Pontypridd with his wife Dee, daughter-person Noah, and their two shy and loving but utterly demented cats.
He has written and self-published stories of apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic and horror fantasy books, starting with From the Hill of Megiddo.
From The Hill of Megiddo, was technically work in progress for fifteen years. In all honesty, though, the earliest versions of it were dross and it’s no great tragedy for literature that after getting all the way to the end he managed to accidentally delete them. More than once.
Studying Imaginative Writing at Liverpool John Moores University helped Phil hone his skills so that he was able to craft a story that grabs and holds your attention rather than making you (and him) cringe.
In addition to writing, he has a YouTube channel where he makes videos both about writing and about video games, he livestreams on Twitch, and is busy turning his already published books into serial podcasts.
Punching massively above his weight, he married Dee – and it would be remiss of him if he didn’t point out that she also does this writing malarkey. She is a poet and writer and co-runs an independent poetry press focused on new voices from under-represented communities.
Dee, Noah and their two cats are his whole world.
Follow Phil on social media via his linktree.