Conyers is an author of science fiction and dark fiction. His publications have appeared in numerous anthologies, speculative fiction magazines and journals. In 2004 he joined the team at Elder Sign Press as the Associate Editor for Book of Dark Wisdom.
Conyers grew up in the Adelaide Hills, graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the University of Melbourne and worked on several remote projects in outback Western Australia including the construction of a gas pipeline and the commissioning of a mine processing plant. Afterwards he backpacked through Africa and Europe before returning to Australia where he worked in marketing and corporate communications, eventually managing a marketing services department for a global engineering company.
In 2005 he relocated to Adelaide where he works in marketing communications.
He has contributed to publications for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game. He was short-listed for the 2006-2007 Aeon Awards for his science fiction story "Black Water". Conyers regularly collaborates with American horror writer John Sunseri.