Jeremiah Cain was born in Mobile,
Ala., and was the eldest of three brothers and two sisters.
He began writing as far back as
kindergarten, creating a series of illustrated children’s book (unpublished)
and various plays which were acted out with his sister as well as other
children. Throughout childhood, his primary goals were to be a published writer
and to make movies. Later, in high school, he became president of the Creative
Writing Club (renamed “the Realm” during his term) and helped expand it to
include visual arts.
Months out of high school, Cain
left for the United States Army to serve as a medic. During this time, he set
his writing aside, instead focusing on all the many pleasures so many young
adults focus on when they move away from home.
After two years in the army and
an honorable discharge, Cain moved to Atlanta where he eventually became
involved with the Goth/industrial scene.
Currently, Jeremiah Cain is a
writer whose works portray the darker recesses of epic fantasy. His passions
for past theologies, myths, and magick create depth within his cultures while
time in the U.S. Army brings both realism and structure to his armies. Finally,
his role in the industrial scene shades his fictional world with tantalizing
morsels of iniquity.
Cain has returned to
his hometown, where is
attending college with a double major in Creative Writing and in Film Production.