We are grateful to the many contributors who have shared their stories, poems and visual arts with our readers. If our planet is attacked by evil aliens intent on enslaving or eating us, we ask that these names be placed on the Protected Scrolls. Thank you for contributing and please come back for more!
Born and raised in the South of France, Cass Richards has been living and teaching in Toronto, Canada, for the last 17 years.
Even though they have dozens of unfinished stories in French, it was during a creative writing course that they realized that writing in English was much more enjoyable.
Using different pen names is also a way for them to discover more about their identity beyond the limitations of their “imposed” and established self (work, family, friends).
Based on Boston’s South Shore in the USA, Avram Lavinsky writes character-driven novels, short stories, and creative nonfiction.
He has placed in the Writers of the Future contest and was a recent semifinalist in Ruminate Magazine’s VanderMey Prize competition.
His work has appeared in or has been accepted to appear in Boston Literary Magazine, the San Antonio Review, and Mystery Tribune.
Tim Minneci is a Columbus, Ohio-based writer, musician, and personal assistant.
He co-hosts the weekly 1990s alternative music-centric podcast ‘Dig Me Out’ and spends as much time in the garden as possible.
Michael Fowler has contributed stories and humor to countless zines and webzines that now are mostly defunct, among them Kittenpants and Raging Face.
He has short science fiction stories upcoming in Schlock! and Piker Press.
K. A. Williams has published over 110 speculative, mystery/crime, and general fiction stories in many magazines including Theme Of Absence, 365 Tomorrows, Aphelion, Mystery Tribune, Yellow Mama, Trembling With Fear, Corner Bar, Altered Reality, and The Rockford Review winning one of their Editor's Choice Awards for prose in 2009.
In 2010, the North Carolinian began submitting poetry which was published in various magazines such as Nuthouse, The Creativity Webzine, Tigershark, and others.
Anthony D Redden is a science fiction and horror writer from England. He has been writing for over twenty-five years building up a list of publishing credits including Ether Books, Kyanite Publishing, Schlock webzine, Crystal Lake Publishing and Terror Tree Publishing to name but a few.
He works nights as a therapy assistant and carer, and in his spare time managed to graduate from the University of Teesside in 2018 with a Masters Degree in Creative Writing.
Jamal Hodge is a multi-award-winning filmmaker and writer who is a sitting Board Member of Harlem Film House and Axs Lab. Since May of 2016, Jamal Hodge's films have been an official selection in over 100 Film Festivals, and have won over 50 awards including The Vanguard Award (Best of The Fest) at the Hip Hop Film Festival (2020), Best Director at The Chelsea Film Festival (2020) and Best Director at GenreBlast (2020), screening at Tribecca Film Festal, Sundance, and others.
Devin Vandriel has been or will soon be published in Academy of the Heart and Mind; Down in the Dirt; Children, Churches, and Daddies; an Essential Anthology; and, The As You Were: The Military Review Literary Journal.
She recently graduated with degrees in English and Creative Writing from the University of Arizona.
Although dyslexic, she was encouraged to write by her 8th-grade history teacher.
Check out her website at DevinVandriel.com
Thomas Koperwas began his professional teaching career in the high arctic working several years in Canada's Northwest Territories.
He is at present a retiree living in Windsor, Ontario with his wife (his # 1 editor) and enjoys writing short stories of horror, crime, fantasy, and science fiction.
His work has appeared, or is forthcoming in: Anotherealm; Jakob’s Horror Box; Literally Stories; The Literary Hatchet; Literary Veganism; Bombfire; Pulp Modern Flash; Savage Planets; Blood Moon Rising Ma
Emma Louise Gill is a British-Australian speculative fiction writer and coffee addict.
She has two cats and two kids, all of whom strive to sit on her keyboard way too often, so she is usually found writing in random cafes instead.
Emma's short fiction has been published in AntipodeanSF and Flash Fiction Magazine, and is forthcoming in Curiouser Magazine and others.
She blogs at emmalouisegill.com and procrastinates on Twitter @emmagillwriter.
Mike Waller is a multi-award winning author and independent publisher who has written in some form or other for many years in relation to other occupations, but has only recently turned to writing fiction.
During his life, he has been many things, ranging from public servant to computer programmer to boat designer, and has now decided to do that for which he has a great passion. His books FALCON'S CALL and HAWK: HELLFIRE are B.R.A.G. Medallion Honorees in the genre of Science Fiction 2019 and 20
Paul Ballard is an author and security professional who writes fiction and non-fiction.
He was born in New England and holds formal degrees in the fields of History, Security, and Law.
Ballard’s favorite genre is Speculative and Science fiction but enjoys and practices writing in any genre.
He can be contacted at: email@example.com
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