Martin Pond is a Man of Kent, now living and working in Norfolk. His stories have appeared in Unthology No 1, Streetcake magazine and Alliterati magazine, whilst three poems have appeared in The Artillery Of Words magazine. In 2012, Martin was a winner of Comma Press's Short Story Day "story in ten words or less" competition.
Martin's first collection of short fiction, Dark Steps, was published in August 2011. Two standalone short stories, Turn Around Where Possible and Cold, followed in 2012. The non-fiction essay, Tesc-No: living without supermarkets, was published the following year.
Drawn To The Deep End, Martin's first novel, was published in September 2017.
Martin is also the editor of The Petrified World and other tales, a collection of short stories in support of the charity Population Matters.