Matthew (Matt) Hughes writes fantasy, space opera, and crime fiction. He has sold 23 novels to publishers large and small in the UK, US, and Canada, as well as almost 100 works of short fiction to professional markets.
His latest novels are: A God in Chains (Dying Earth fantasy) from Edge Publishing and What the Wind Brings (magical realism/historical novel) from Pulp Literature Press.
His short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, F&SF, Postscripts, Lightspeed, Amazing Stories, Pulp Literature, Mythaxis, and Interzone, and in invitation-only anthologies including Songs of the Dying Earth, Rogues, Old Mars, Old Venus, The Book of Swords, and The Book of Magic, all edited by George R.R. Martin and/or Gardner Dozois.
George R.R. Martin has called him “criminally underrated.” Robert J. Sawyer has called him “The best kept secret in science fiction.”
He has won the Endeavour and Arthur Ellis Awards, and has been shortlisted for the Aurora, Nebula, Philip K. Dick, Endeavour (twice), A.E. Van Vogt, Neffy, and Derringer Awards. He has been inducted into the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association’s Hall of Fame.
Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Hughes_(writer)