Leo Grin (b. 1971) is a writer and filmmaker. His literary journal The Cimmerian (2004-2008), concerned with legendary pulp author Robert E. Howard, was twice nominated for the prestigious World Fantasy Award.

Grin earned his B.A. in Cinematography from Columbia College. Born in Chicago and raised in Indiana, he now resides in Los Angeles, California.

NOTABLE PRINT PUBLICATIONS

“The Everlasting Barbarian: Robert E. Howard at 100 Years” — REH centennial review in Weird Tales magazine (#341 for Aug/Sept 2006)
“The Reign of Blood” — essay on Robert E. Howard in the critical anthology The Barbaric Triumph (Wildside Press, 2004)
The Cimmerian — a literary journal (2004-2008) focused on the life and writings of Robert E. Howard. Editor and publisher.