Jonathan Robbins Leon

About the Author

Jonathan Robbins Leon is a queer author of contemporary and speculative fiction. His short fiction has been published by Flame Tree Press, A Story Most Queer and Tales to Terrify. He regards himself as an old movie buff, Shirley Jackson enthusiast, and decent Bette Davis impersonator. Together with his husband Nick, he is the caretaker of a haunted house and father of a super villain.


The Mirror House
Short story, published in After Sundown, a Flame Tree Press anthology, October 2020

Short story, performed by Uma Gahd for House of Gahd Spooky Story Time, October 2020

“Man of the House”
Short story, published by Tales to Terrify, June 2020

Short story, published by Scare You to Sleep, June 2020

"Have Your Cake"

“Have Your Cake”
Short story, published by A Story Most Queer, January 2020

"Signal Lost"

“Signal Lost”
Short film, directed by Bruce Wood, 2018


Writing Group

Jonathan cohosts Word by Word, an LGBTQ+ writing group for ages 16+. The first Saturday of every month, the group meets at the Hart Memorial Library. The third Saturday of the month, the group meets at The Center Kissimmee. Unfortunately, this group is on pause while the world figures itself out.