Frank Byrns lives in suburban Maryland with his wife and children, where he writes about superheroes, criminals, and sometimes baseball. He also lives online at www.frankbyrns.com
Byrns has chronicled the continuing adventures of classic pulp characters like Jim Anthony, Super-Detective and The Black Bat for Airship27, and will soon share his most popular original character, Adonis Morgan, through Pro Se Press.
His superhero fiction has been collected into three volumes: My Father's Son (2004), Requiem (2006), and Things to Come (2009), all recently re-released for the Kindle.
In a previous life, he was the publisher and editor-in-chief of A Thousand Faces, the Quarterly Journal of Superhuman Fiction, which ran for 14 issues between 2007 and 2010.
Adonis Morgan used to be a hero. As The Phenom, he kept the Arizona desert safe from trouble, masked or otherwise. But it didn't take. Now, he lives among the rest of us, keeping his head down, avoiding trouble. But trouble has a way of finding him in author Frank Byrns’ Adonis Morgan: Nobody Special from Pro Se Productions From the lonely boulevards of Hollywood to the deadly streets of Jefferson Falls, these five stories follow Morgan’s journey from hero to stuntman to cab driver, each step more desperate than the last, before finally finding himself on the most treacherous path of all: a campaign trail that leads him right back to where it all started. An extraordinary man searching desperately for an ordinary life makes Adonis Morgan: Nobody Special a thrilling, action packed collection and a must have for fans of Genre Fiction.