Posts tagged fantasy
Word Magic by Olga Werby
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Olga Werby, Ed.D., has a Doctorate from U.C. Berkeley with a focus on designing online learning experiences. She has a Master’s degree from U.C. Berkeley in Education of Math, Science, and Technology. She has been creating computer-based projects since 1981 with organizations such as NASA (where she worked on the Pioneer Venus project), Addison-Wesley, and the Princeton Review. Olga has a B.A. degree in Mathematics and Astrophysics from Columbia University. She became an accidental science fiction indie writer about a decade ago, with her first book, “Suddenly Paris,” which was based on then fairly novel idea of virtual universes. She writes about characters that rarely get represented in science fiction stories — homeless kids, refugees, handicapped, autistic individuals — the social underdogs of our world. Her stories are based in real science, which is admittedly stretched to the very limit of possible.

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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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Luna Falls by E M Long
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Ellen is a pagan with a passion for vampires, folklore and the supernatural. She has a degree in Creative Writing and English Literature from Bath Spa University and based her dissertation on vampires as society’s scapegoats throughout the monstrous centuries. By day she writes for websites. By night she blogs about everything from crystals to coffee and works on herself and her novels.
http://uncommonwriter.co.uk/

The Alchemist by Equanimous Rex
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Equanimous Rex is a writer,  podcaster, and esotericist.

He is the creator of The Witch-Doctor serial fiction podcast, which is a part of the Fallen Cycle mythos, a collaborative transmedia universe.

Additionally, he currently writes non-fiction articles for the websites Disinformation and Modern Mythology.

You can follow Equanimous on Facebook or Twitter (@EquanimousRex). On his personal site/ writer’s blog.
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The Raid’s Remains by Cameron Bloomfield
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Cameron is currently brushing up on his Japanese for an upcoming teaching interview and wrote this to procrastinate when he really should have been hitting the books. In his spare time he jams out on his guitar, reads, enjoys killing his friend’s characters as a merciless Dungeon Master, and occasionally volunteers as a grief counsellor. He has written two horrendous novels that will never see the light of day, but is currently seeking representation for his comedy fantasy which his test readers adored (and he is sure that they are in no way biased…). He is sorely out of touch with his generation and has only just joined social media. Say hi on twitter @TheWorstAuthor.

The Gilded Treasure by Alyssa Evetts
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Currently halfway through writing her first high fantasy novel, 'Obsidia', Alyssa manages to juggle her passion for writing while raising two young boys. Raised in the South she found at a yS2.49 The Gilded Treasureoung age her first love inside of the local library, and it had been steadfast relationship since then. Still addicted to the adventures that rests between the pages of a good book, she hopes one day to bring the world's that rest inside her head to life on page and inspire the next generation of readers to set off on their own adventures.

Check out more on Alyssa's Facebook page.

My First Feast, An Arachnid's Tale by Jeffrey H Toney
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Dr. Toney has published scientific peer-reviewed articles, news media opinion pieces as well as short fiction stories in Sick Lit Magazine, O-Dark-Thirty, the literary journal of The Veterans Writing Project, The East Coast Literary Review, Crack The Spine and in 2 Elizabeths. Recently, he was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for his 100 word story, “The Quiet Raspberry Wormhole” in Crack The Spine, published in their recent Anthology. He serves as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Kean University.

Cinders to Cinders 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. Her heaven would be a library with an endless supply of coffee latte, cupcakes and Dr. Who episodes. 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.
She  is very happy to do collaborations, art exchanges, cross-art projects, so if you’re interested in such things, please get in touch.
Website: www.inkmapsandmacarons.com
Twitter: @Fanni_Pumpkin

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.

In the Shadow of Monsters anthology now available free!

The Witch in the Story by Fanni Sütő
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The Witch in the Story originally published in Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine

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. Her heaven would be a library with an endless supply of coffee latte, cupcakes and Dr. Who episodes. 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 and Fundead Publications.
She  is very happy to do collaborations, art exchanges, cross-art projects, so if you’re interested in such things, please get in touch.
Website: www.inkmapsandmacarons.com
Twitter: @Fanni_Pumpkin

Berserk by Kate Rauner
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Berserk was published in Jupiter Diving and Other Short Reads in Science Fiction and Fantasy by Kate Rauner

Kate writes science fiction novels and science-inspired poetry. She’s also a retired engineer and Cold War Warrior (honestly, that's what Congress called them) because she worked in America's nuclear weapons complex. Much to her surprise, she has a second, unpaid career as a volunteer firefighter. She left the beautiful but crowded Front Range of Colorado to live on the edge of New Mexico's Gila National Forest with her husband, cats, llamas, and dog. She’s well on her way to achieving her life-goal of becoming an eccentric old woman.

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Toy Maker by Olga Werby
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Olga Werby, Ed.D., has a Doctorate from U.C. Berkeley with a focus on designing online learning experiences. She has a Master's degree from U.C. Berkeley in Education of Math, Science, and Technology. She has been creating computer-based projects since 1981 with organizations such as NASA (where she worked on the Pioneer Venus project), Addison-Wesley, and the Princeton Review. Olga has a B.A. degree in Mathematics and Astrophysics from Columbia University. She became an accidental science fiction indie writer about a decade ago, with her first book, "Suddenly Paris," which was based on then fairly novel idea of virtual universes. She writes about characters that rarely get represented in science fiction stories -- homeless kids, refugees, handicapped, autistic individuals -- the social underdogs of our world. Her stories are based in real science, which is admittedly stretched to the very limit of possible.
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