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James H Longmore
James hails originally from Yorkshire, England having relocated with his family to Houston, Texas in 2010. He has an honors degree in Zoology and a background in sales, marketing and business. James is an Affiliate Member of the Horror Writers Association.Read full biography of james h longmore
Born in Spanish Harlem and raised by Puerto Rican parents in the South Bronx, Carlos Colón was a storyteller from the start.
He began in his pre-teens by writing comic strips for his parents and continued throughout school writing dramatic short stories in his English classes.
Aurelio Rico Lopez III
Aurelio is an avid fan of the macabre. His other works include Valhalla Falling (Great Old Ones Publishing), Food for the Crows (Crowded Quarantine Publications), Night Mare (Great Old Ones Publishing), Zombies Don't Knock (Night Horse Publishing House)...
Craig Stewart is a Canadian author and filmmaker who learned how to count from the rhyme, "One, two, Freddy's coming for you." He's a creator and connoisseur of everything horror; never afraid to delve into the dark, and then a little further.
Peter Oliver Wonder
Hidden in a remote location in California lives a man that responds to the name Peter Oliver Wonder.
Though little is known about him, several written works that may or may not be fictional have been found featuring a character of the same name.
Gerri R Gray
Born and raised in the Chicago area, Gerri R. Gray is a cemetery photographer and a lifelong aficionado of horror, dark humor, and high camp. She blames her twisted sense of humor on a wayward adolescence influenced by the likes of Monty Python, Charles Addams, Frank Zappa, and John Waters.
Isobel Blackthorn is a prolific Australian novelist. She writes dark fiction, thrillers and contemporary/literary. On the dark side are her psychological thriller, The Cabin Sessions (2017), a short story, 'Ignominy' appearing in Shopping List 2 (2017) and a dark comedy thriller, The Legacy of Old Gran Parks (2018).
Lee Todd Lacks
Lee Todd Lacks seeks to blur the distinctions between rants, chants, anecdotes, and anthems. His experience of living with significant vision and hearing deficits often informs his writing and artwork, which have appeared in The Monarch Review, The Quarterday Review, Crack The Spine Anthology, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Bop Dead City, Liquid Imagination, and elsewhere.
Jeff is a professional engineer enjoying life in sunny California, USA. He has a long history of technical writing, which oddly enough, often reads like pure fiction.
He was inspired to write by two wonderful teachers: William Forstchen and Gary Braver.
Hend Salah is a New York born, horror loving, mental health counseling, loud-mouthed mass of contradictions. She has a cornucopia of sensibly insensible controversial opinions, and is allergic to romance. She loves putting a dark twist on a good argument. Bad things are funny. Good things are boring.
Daniel L Naden
Daniel L. Naden has always been a writer. It's an affliction, a blessing, a curse...a dominant part of his life for as long as he can remember. He has published work in the areas of politics, humor, philosopy, and of course, fiction. Dan's stories explore the irony in life, through the lens of horror, suspense, & sci-fi.
David F. Gray
David F. Gray is an award winning television producer and director although his first love has always been writing. He wrote his first short story at age 10 based on the television show Lost In Space and featuring his boyhood crush, Penny Robinson.
Former electrician, college lecturer (I'd rather teach electrical installation than do it anymore), musician (never been booed off stage - so far), actor (ham), Director (drama queen), Terry Grimwood also squeezes in a little writing now and then.
Michaela L Cane
Michaela discovered Stephen King and Piers Anthony when she was in fourth grade, and there was really no going back from there.
Gerard Houarner is the only child of immigrant Breton parents, born and raised in New York City, and a product of its school system. He grew up listening to apocalyptic stories at family parties about World War II and the Nazi occupation of France while watching Chiller Theater, Jonny Quest, Astro Boy, and other cultural ephemera.
Daniel P Coughlin
Daniel is the screenwriter of three commercially successful films: Lake Dead, which was selected as one of After Dark Film's 8 Films to Die For, Farmhouse, starring A-List film and television star Steven Weber (Wings, Desperation, Single White Female) and Ditch day Massacre (starring Bill Oberst Jr.).
Karle Johnson is the author of Mishaps, Monsters, and Madmen: A Collection of Unique Conversations, Survivor’s Guilt, and Messiah Complex. He plays guitar and sings in Arkansas punk rock band, Narrow Dinero. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas with his wife, May Johnson.
Nikki D. Freeman, a lifelong resident of Cleveland, Tennessee, works hard to create stories that will make you think twice about sleeping with one foot sticking out from beneath the covers. She writes dark horror and psychological thrillers.
Victor Marrow was born and raised in the Bible Belt. He has been a janitor, housekeeper, pizza boy, teacher, and is currently a lawyer.