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Donald Carrick is a writer and public speaker from Glasgow, Scotland and he is currently based out of the city of Edinburgh. He has previously collaborated with Max Taylor and 600 Second Saga contributor Andrew Milne on the science fiction short fiction collection 'Tales of the Verse' and has delivered several lectures for the charity organisation 'The Ragged University'. You can hear him fortnightly on the film review podcast 'Two Friends Watch'.
His writing is mainly focused on the genres of science fiction and horror. His first novel, solo short fiction collection and comic book series remain, for now, works in progress.
Karen Heslop writes from Kingston, Jamaica. Her stories can be found Broadswords and Blasters, The Future Fire and Apparition Lit Mag among others. She tweets @kheslopwrites.
D.J. Rozell is a Nobel Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner in at least one timeline of the infinite multiverse. But not this one. His fiction writing can be found on Twitter @DJRozell.
Damien Krsteski writes fiction and develops software, and some of his stories have appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Metaphorosis, Future Fire, and others. Originally from the Balkans, he now lives and works in Germany. His online home is monochromewish.blogspot.com, and he tweets @monochromewish.
This story is a reprint and was originally published as Dead Men's Clothes in Theme of Absence.
Eddie D. Moore travels extensively for work, and he spends much of that time listening to audio books. The rest of the time is spent dreaming of stories to write and he spends the weekends writing them. His stories have been published by Jouth Webzine, Kzine, Alien Dimensions, Theme of Absence, Devolution Z, and Fantasia Divinity Magazine. Find more on his blog: https://eddiedmoore.wordpress.com/
Roger Ley was born and educated in London. He worked as an engineer in the oilfields of North Africa and the North Sea, before joining the nuclear industry and later pursuing a career in higher education. His stories and articles have appeared in about a dozen ezines this year.
His book ‘Chronoscape’ is a well-received science fiction novel about time and alternate realities. It was favourably reviewed by writer Jessica Lucci who added it to her recommended reading list for the Summer of 2018
His first book ‘A Horse in the Morning’ is a collection of wryly amusing stories from his sometimes unusual life.
Find him at rogerley.co.uk
Twitter handle @RogerLey1
Facebook: Roger Ley
After 5+ years of being a librarian in a small town in Western Maryland, Moira quit to pursue her dream of writing full-time. In addition to being a wife and mother, and writing shorter pieces (mostly dark fiction, horror, and speculative fiction), Moira is also hard at work on revising her first novel-length manuscript, a full-length women's historical speculative fiction ghost story entitled "Edgewood".
You can find out more about her and her writing at moiragillen.com, and there are links to some of her stories currently for sale in anthologies at moiragillen.com/page/links. Additionally, the site has several short "in-progress" or rough-draft stories for casual readers and links to follow her on Twitter @moiragillen for updates on new publications.
Sarah Daniels writes stories from her home in rural Lincolnshire. She is a graduate of the CBC Online Novel Writing Course. Her work has appeared in Gravel, Five on the Fifth, Fictive Dream and is forthcoming in Ghostlight, The Magazine of Terror. She was selected as one of seven winning entries to be published as part of Fictive Dream's September Slam, and she was a finalist in the NYC Midnight Short Story Writing Competition 2018. You can find her on twitter @MakesNotes or on her blog at www.emergencytoast.wordpress.com.
Before she started the Your Brain On Facts podcast as a way to vent the copious factoids from her brain, Moxie LaBouche performed and produced burlesque, specializing in “nerd-lesque,” ie dressing up (then undressing as) beloved fictional characters, everything from Cheetarah to Dracula's assistant Renfield. It was also her privilege to produce the only George R. R. Martin-approved burlesque tribute tour and even to play for him. She was a presenter in a local TED talk, talking unsurprisingly about burlesque, and previously earned her living as a goat farmer.
John McLaughlin was trained as a scientist and has recently turned his hand to fiction. His flash pieces have appeared in Flash Fiction Magazine, The Drabble, and Literally Stories, among others.
Find more on www.pineapplemonarchy.com
A fiction writer and poet who loves horses, music, reading, and writing. Mostly writes, and reads, in the fantasy and gothic genres. No matter what, everyone has stories to tell buried within them. As a writer, those stories are able to come to leap out of one’s mind and touch other people’s lives. To write is to express one’s deepest imaginings through the creation of new worlds. Writing is an escape from reality, one which brings meaning and fulfillment to the writer’s life. As a writer, the ability to share works with others brings joy and wonder to the experience of life.
Dan Rice writes speculative fiction while not slaving away at the 9 to 5 or entertaining wee lads who have a penchant for a bit of the ultra-violence. You can find his thoughts on writing and his complete bibliography at his website https://www.danscifi.com/.
Fanni Sütő writes poetry, short stories and a growing number of novels-in-progress. She publishes in English and Hungarian and finds inspiration in reading, paintings and music. She writes about everything which comes in her way or goes bump in the night. She tries to find the magical in the everyday and likes to spy on the secret life of cities and their inhabitants.
Previous publications include: The Casket of Fictional Delights, Tincture Journal, Enchanted Conversation. Fundead Publications.
Liam Burke is a horror/sci-fi independant author. He is a father of one, and a husband of another. He currently works in the IT industry, studies Bujinkan Budo-Taijitsu, and enjoys several types of role playing games. He has several novellas, which are collections of short stories. He has released a fairy tale with illustrations, all available through Amazon.
Michael Baez lives in Puerto Rico in a tiny apartment with an even tinier desk. He has a bachelor degree in Theology and a minor in Teaching English as a Second Language. He strives to bring a Puerto Rican flair to the writing community. At the moment, he is pursuing a PhD in Curriculum and Teaching from the University of Puerto Rico.
When it comes to his published works, Michael’s track list includes everything from poetry to academic articles, yet fiction is his dame. He published Promesa in Revista Trasuntos, Breeding Humanity in Rigorous Magazine, Chameleon Session in Corpus Litterarum and in The Hound Magazine, Numbered in Leading Edge Magazine, Ripple in Tonguas Magazine, and Existir in Flores Nuevas Poetry Anthology.
Paul Alex Gray enjoys writing linear and interactive fiction starring sentient black holes, wayward sea monsters, curious AIs and more. His work has been published in Nature Futures, Andromeda Spaceways, PodCastle and others. Paul grew up by the beaches of Australia, then traveled the world and now lives in Canada with his wife and two children. On his adventures, Paul has been a startup founder, game designer and mentor to technology entrepreneurs. Chat with him on Twitter @paulalexgray.
Some of Elliot's writing can be found in Prick of the Spindle, Alice Blue Review, Defenestration Magazine, and Joyland Magazine. He is a mathematician living near Atlanta.
This is Jake’s first published story, but he has been writing for pretty much his whole life. He is a 23 year old living in Detroit, Michigan and works as a software engineer. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in physics, and you can find more of his work at https://jakesshortstories.wordpress.com/