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Dead Men's Clothes by Eddie D Moore
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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/

Meet Me in Okhotsk by Sarah Daniels
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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.

Locked Eyes by Moxie LaBouche
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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.

The Heart of Greenness by Fanni Sütő
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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.
Website: www.inkmapsandmacarons.com
Twitter: @Fanni_Pumpkin

Ghost by Ditrie Marie Bowie
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Ditrie Marie Bowie (née Sanchez) is a Puerto Rican in British Columbia, Canada who writes fiction. Bowie professionally reviews books for IndieReader and teaches English to non-native speakers around the globe. Her debut novel, Fillius Glint, ranked in the top 10% indie books that Kirkus Reviews read in 2017.
A classically trained pianist, she has lived in three different countries spanning two continents. And she met her spouse in a video game.
She also has a pet dragon. Bearded dragon, that is.

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The Door by Andrea Pusztai
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Andrea Pusztai (1975) got her degree in Philosophy from the University of Szeged, but her true passion is history. Her main focus is the early Middle Ages, the historical interactions between Byzantium and Hungary, but she is also interested in plague epidemics, witch trials and the roles and lives of women and religions through the course of history. She also writes fantasy and when it comes to short stories, she enjoys venturing into sci-fi and more mystical topics.

The Door was translated by Fanni Sütő.

Resident by Milos Radovic
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Since birth he has been, in one way or the other, involved with both writing and reading. Firstly, he drew simple, childish comic-books, with heavy dialog, before dwelling deeper into the matter of putting pen to paper, discovering world of books and writing on a different level. Around 16 he made his first steps into the world of short stories. Gradually, it gripped him to the point where his job choice was based on how much time it could offer to the writing part of his day. Until, finally, after period of rejections his first short story was officially accepted and published.

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Memories to Come by Paul Alex Gray
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 Memories to Come was first published in Nature Futures

Paul Alex Gray enjoys writing linear and interactive fiction that cuts a jagged line to a magical real world. His work has been published in Nature Futures, McSweeney's, 365 Tomorrows 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. Over the years, Paul has been a startup founder, game designer and mentor to technology entrepreneurs. Chat with him on Twitter @paulalexgray
Read more at: www.paulalexgray.com

Tempest by Mariah Avix
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Mariah Avix is the creator of 600 Second Saga. A space for developing authors to explore the realms of science fiction and fantasy in 10 minutes or less every week.

Mariah writes magical tales of how technology will change our world, and technologically laced tales of magic, that probably isn’t real.
She is currently working on a series of novellas about shapeshifters who fight wildfires, a trilogy about a woman who refuses to admit that she has the M word (magic), and endless flash fiction.

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To Grip the Bright White Chains by Jon Cronshaw
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Jon Cronshaw is a UK-based science fiction and fantasy author. He has published three short story collections, Host, The Gibson Continuum, and Her Name Was Red.

His debut novel Wizard of the Wasteland is out now. He has a PhD in the history of art and has seen his writing published in regional and national newspapers across the UK, including the Metro and Guardian.

He’s an ex-gamer, a guide dog owner, a voracious reader, and a certified geek.

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Waiting by Eddie D Moore
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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, The Flash Fiction Press, Every Day Fiction, Theme of Absence, Devolution Z, and Fantasia Divinity Magazine.

Find more on his blog.

Superior Firepower by Alex Shvartsman
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Alex Shvartsman is a writer, translator and game designer from Brooklyn, NY. Over 90 of his short stories have appeared in Nature, Galaxy’s Edge, InterGalactic Medicine Show, and many other magazines and anthologies. He won the 2014 WSFA Small Press Award for Short Fiction and was a two-time finalist for the Canopus Award for Excellence in Interstellar Fiction (2015 and 2017). He is the editor of the Unidentified Funny Objects annual anthology series of humorous SF/F. His collection, Explaining Cthulhu to Grandma and Other Stories and his steampunk humor novella H. G. Wells, Secret Agent were both published in 2015. His website is www.alexshvartsman.com

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In Love is Courage by Stacy Bennett
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Stacy Bennett grew up on the East Coast always knowing she was the ugly duckling in the flock of engineers she called a family. But never did she imagine she'd end up writing fiction. When she wrote her first full story, she thought she only had one story to tell. She soon realized that the rabbit hole ran much deeper. Now she writes everything from flash fiction to full-length titles in the genres of fantasy, paranormal and science fiction. Who knows maybe there's a romance in there, too. This piece was written in tribute to the passing of her mother, her father having crossed over years before. Theirs was the love of a lifetime.

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Basilisk on a Yellow Field by Jon Cronshaw
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Jon Cronshaw is a UK-based science fiction and fantasy author. He has published three short story collections, Host, The Gibson Continuum, and Her Name Was Red.

His debut novel Wizard of the Wasteland is out now. He has a PhD in the history of art and has seen his writing published in regional and national newspapers across the UK, including the Metro and Guardian. He's an ex-gamer, a guide dog owner, a voracious reader, and a certified geek.

www.joncronshaw.com

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Twitter: @jlcronshaw