Steve Jones is an author, commissioned screenwriter (book adaptations) and playwright. His first foray into writing was as a contributor to Page magazine in Germany where he wrote articles on digital design. This was followed by the publication of an Apple Macintosh troubleshooting/utilities book for International Thompson which was written in the German language and published in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Steve is also the co-author of ‘Smile Now, Cry Later: Guns, Gangs and Tattoos — My Life In Black and Gray’ published by Seven Stories Press, New York in August, 2016.
His first play, ‘Cracked Eggs’ was staged at the Finborough Theatre in Earls Court, London; Jones later co- produced Cracked Eggs as a short film featuring Jared Harris (Lane Pryce in AMC’s ‘Mad Men’ and King George VI in ‘The Crown’), which screened at the Austin, Boston Underground, LA Shorts, and London Independent film festivals. Steve’s subsequent plays ‘Baloopa’s Journey’ and ‘Hero & Zero’ were awarded Arts Council grants in England, Austria, and Lithuania. Steve is currently working on a novel.