Neil Snowdon is a neurodivergent Writer, Editor and Producer.

Endlessly imaginative, relentlessly curious, fuelled by passion, he is the founder and Editor in Chief of Electric Dreamhouse Press. In 2020 he joined the team at Arrow Video as a Disc Producer where he oversees the content and packaging of special edition physical and digital editions of cult and classic movies, curating and creating new extras and artwork with care and love for discerning film lovers.

His critical writing, interviews and essays have appeared in Video Watchdog, Rue Morgue, Diabolique, and Fear Magazine, among others. His book We Are the Martians: The Legacy of Nigel Kneale brought together critics, filmmakers and TV professionals to celebrate a screenwriting legend whose praise was too little sung, but whose influence can be found throughout the genres of Horror and Science Fiction in literature, TV and film.

As a writer he has developed scripts for radio with independent producers for the BBC and screenplays for independent filmmakers. His 20+ years of experience, together with a lifelong immersion in narrative and other arts all feed into his work as an editor where he has worked in both fiction and non-fiction with some of the top names in their fields to get the very best from their work.

What People Say

“Neil Snowdon has a true storyteller’s feel for the shape of a tale. His instinctive suggestions as to “what might come next” can prove invaluable when an author has backed themself into a corner. His story development skills are enviable.”

Angela Slatter (World Fantasy Award Winner, The Bitterwood Bible)

“Neil has worked with me in an editorial capacity on two books to date, and both experiences were among the most pleasant, absorbing and fulfilling I’ve had as a writer. He is congenial, well-read (which can save a writer precious time), and experienced, having worked with many of the top names in British and American horror and fantasy; he is also attentive to detail, endlessly patient with revision, and warmly encouraging. In short, a valuable ally in any literary pursuit.

Tim Lucas (Film Critic & Historian, Author of Mario Bava All The Colors Of The Dark)

“Working with Neil as an editor has been an absolute pleasure. His breadth of knowledge and his editorial skills are first class and his enthusiasm and friendliness make projects feel genuinely collaborative. In a very short time Neil has established himself as a central figure in the field of genre cinema non-fiction, and his move into editing fiction has been equally successful. I’d recommend Neil’s editorial services wholeheartedly and look forward to working closely with him again in the future.”

Tim Major (Author, Snakeskins, and Hope Island)

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