David Southwell is an Essex boy, word spiv and landscape punk. He works as photographer, folklorist and curator for the Hookland Museum of Curiosities. A reformed author of bad books, he now follows the advice given to him by J.G. Ballard to: ‘Concentrate on place, nothing without a sense of it is ever any good.’ […]
David Church Rodríguez started writing to avoid having to talk. He writes in both English and Spanish, and occasionally publishes short stories and translations here and there. A collection of his Spanish writing is due to be released on 2013. He currently lives near Paris and has a day job making people happy.
Daniel Marc Chant is an author of strange fiction. His passion for H. P. Lovecraft and the films of John Carpenter inspired him to produce intense, cinematic stories with a sinister edge. Daniel launched his début, Burning House, swiftly following with the Lovecraft-inspired “Maldición.” His most recent book “Mr. Robespierre” has garnered universal praise. He […]
Dan Wickline is a published writer and photographer. Born in Norwalk, California, he currently resides in Los Angeles withhis dog Artemis. Dan has written for Image Comics, IDW Publishing, Humanoids Publishing, Zenescope Entertainment, Avatar Press, Cellar Door Publishing and Moonstone Books. Recently Dan has written the re-launch of ShadowHawk for Image Comics and the on-going […]
Chuck Walker is a novelist, cartoonist, musician and artist. His creativity spans many disciplines and over the years has produced many books, music CD’s, a number of works of art and cartoons. In his words “creativity is the heart of all things and without it, life would be meaningless.” His latest work is called ‘The […]
Brian Fatah Steele has been writing various types of dark fiction for over ten years, from horror to urban fantasy and science fiction. Growing up hooked on comic books and monster movies, his work gravitates towards anything imaginative and dynamic. Steele originally went to school for fine arts but finds himself far more fulfilled now […]
Armel Dagorn lives back in Nantes, France (Jules Verne’s home town) after having spent most of his twenties in Ireland. His writing has appeared in magazines such as Lamplight, Apex Magazine, Tin House online and Holdfast,and his story “Out-of-town Harry” is available as a chapbook from InShort Publishing.
Alex Acks is a writer, geologist, and dapper AF. Ze’s written for Six to Start and been published in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Daily Science Fiction, and more. Alex lives in Denver with zir two furry little bastards, where ze twirls zir mustache, watches movies, and bikes. For more information, see http://www.rachaelacks.com.