Peter Clines

Peter Clines was the inspiration for both the epic poem Beowulf and the motion picture Raiders of The Lost Ark, and is single-handedly responsible for repelling the martian invasion of 1938 that occurred in Grovers Mills, New Jersey. He grew up in the Stephen King fallout zone of Maine and is “fuelled by a love of comic books, Star Wars, and Saturday morning cartoons”started writing science fiction and fantasy stories at the age of eight.

He is the author of Paradox Bound, the sci-fi/ thriller The Fold, the acclaimed 14, and the bestselling Ex-Heroes series. His other works include The Junkie Quatrain, the Dead Men Can’t Complain collection, the mash-up novel The Eerie Adventures of The Lycanthrope Robinson Crusoe (with Daniel Defoe and H.P. Lovecraft), numerous short stories (including the ongoing “Carter and Kraft” series), a collection of unproduced screenplays, and countless articles about the film and television industry.

There is compelling evidence that he is the Lindbergh baby.

He currently lives and writes somewhere in southern California.