Peter Dawes is an author of urban fantasy, native to the United States. His stories often crawl from the inner recesses of a dark cellar and keep him up late at night until he finally succumbs to copying them down. One of these days, he might seek help for the voices in his head, but […]
Pete Rawlik, a long time collector of Lovecraftian fiction, is the author of more than fifty short stories, a smattering of poetry, and the Cthulhu Mythos novels Reanimators, and The Weird Company. He is a frequent contributor to the Lovecraft ezine and the New York Review of Science Fiction. In 2014 his short story Revenge […]
Morris Kenyon is a freedom fighter, jungle explorer, international mercenary, Riviera jewel thief, jet pilot and gigolo. He’s done them all. In his dreams. Mostly writing fast-paced crime, horror and science fiction, he has been writing for several years with his main literary influences ranging from HP Lovecraft to Elmore Leonard. You can connect with […]
Michael Grey was born and grew up in Yorkshire and now lives in Melbourne with his wife and three boys. His work has been featured in print and online. He is currently taking applications for the role of ‘Writer’s Cat’. Candidates can contact him at michaelgrey.com.au or on Twitter @Mikes005.
Matthew Scoppetta cut his artistic teeth by putting finger paint to wallpaper. Years later the wanton destruction of indoor living environments would, ironically, cultivate a passion for creation. An architectural designer/hyper-realistic renderer and artist currently occupying the southern portion of New Jersey, he hopes to bring a new perspective to fiction.
Matthew J. Hockey left a nice, stable, boring job in the North or England to teach elementary English in Seoul, South Korea with his fiancée. Though his days now contain more screaming and snotty noses he finds it a lot easier to concentrate on writing. He has been previously published by Thuglit, All Due Respect […]
Matthew Chabin is a writer from Portland, Oregon. He was a journalist in the US Navy and studied literature and philosophy at Southern Oregon University. His writing is a mixture of memoir, journalism and fiction. He is the winner of the 2015 Miglior Press Essay Contest, and is currently pursuing larger publishing goals. He lives in […]
Marion Grace Woolley is the author of four previous novels and a collection of short stories. In 2009, she was shortlisted for the Luke Bitmead Bursary for New Writers. She balances her creative impulses with a career in International Development; she has worked and travelled across Africa, Australia, Armenia, and a few other places beginning […]
Marc Reichardt continues to reside in the Other World of Ypsilanti, Michigan, with two demons that purport to be cats. He’s a repeat offender with Ghostwoods (Cthulhu Lives!) and still plots to replace the US government with something even marginally sane. He can be found on Twitter @jackwraith and on his occasional blog: dichotomouspurity.blogspot.com