Ciprian Mitoceanu is a romanian horror, SF, fantasy and thriller writer, known by many critics as “A prodigious author, often described as Romania’s answer to Stephen King.”
Is born on March 19th 1976 in Suceava – a historical city in the North-East of Romania. Until now he has published three novels: Colții (The fangs), Amendamentul Dawson (The Dawson Amendment) and În sângele tatălui (In the father’s blood) – The first part in a trilogy that aroused interest among the fans before its final being published – and more than fifty short stories. In his free time he’s reading and, sometimes, he’s writing reviews for a couple of magazines and for this blog.
The favorite writers are – of course – Stephen King George, R. R. Martin, Dean Koontz, Robert Ludlum, Neil Gaiman, Jeff Vandermeer, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, Oliviu Crâznic, Michael Haulică, Marian Truţă, George Lazăr, Mircea Pricăjan, Liviu Radu, Marian Coman, Şerban Andrei Mazilu, Lucian M Angelescu, Dario Pecarov, Florin Pîtea, Alexandru Lamba and more.