Haralambi Markov is a Bulgarian fiction writer, reviewer & editor with a background in content creation and SEO, who currently operates as a freelance writer. He was the first ever Bulgarian to be accepted to attend the Clarion Writers’ Workshop in 2014. His fiction blends speculative genres and literary writing, but always returns to myths and folklore as well as the weird tradition. His short story “The Language of Knives” was long-listed for the Nebula award for Best Short Story. His work has appeared in TOR.com, Uncanny Magazine, Weird Fiction Review, Apex Book of SF and Stories for Chip – tribute anthology to Samuel Delany, Evil in Technicolor.
Markov functioned as the submissions’ editor for the successful horror podcast Tales to Terrify for 42 consecutive shows and co-edited the volume of best stories Tales to Terrify, Volume 1 with Tony C. Smith and Lawrence Santoro. His reviews and literary profiles have appeared on TOR.com and SF Signal.