BRIAN FATAH STEELE writes a bizarre mix of Horror & Urban Fantasy, usually with a "Post-Mythic" genre element. Tackling mythology, cultural legends, and religious lore, he attempts to compose tales that consider what may have taken place after cannon, usually in a modern setting with dark and satirical undertones. Along with his fiction, he has written bits of poetry and myriad articles. A failed art student, Steele designs all his own book covers as well as creating ass the illustrations found in the 2nd edition books.
His releases can be found on amazon.com as well as multiple other online retail sites. Currently there are two novels out, "Petty Like A God," and "In Bleed Country," two collections released, "Further Than Fate," and "Fragments Of Ruin," and two chapbooks, "... And If Eternity Failed You," and "Our Sketches & Echoes." His works (including short stories, articles & essays) have appeared in GLAHW's Ghostlight Magazine, Technicolor Magazine, Culinary Carnival, HAU Magazine, and various others.
Living in Ohio with 2 cats that are probably plotting his doom, he survive primarily on a diet of coffee & cigarettes.