• Blair Keetch

    Blair Keetch is a mystery writer based in Toronto, Canada. His short story ‘A Contrapuntal Duet’ was part of the 2019 mystery anthology, ‘In the Key of Thirteen’. His story ‘Deadly Cargo’ was included in ‘Heartbreaks & Half-Truths’ presented by Superior Shores Press. ‘A Crunchy Kind of Death’ was featured in the July 2020 newsletter […]

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  • Steven Vineis

    Steven Vineis is an MFA candidate at UNCW. He won the 2021 AWP Intro Journals Award. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Brooklyn Vegan, The GSU Review, Portals, The Talon, Between the Lines, among others.

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  • Steven James Cordin

    Steven James Cordin’s writing has appeared in the 2020 anthology Write Where We Are, and several stories being published later this year in the same anthology.  A resident of the Chicago South Suburbs, Steve has worked in banking as a repo man, foreclosure guru and fraud investigator.   He writes about fraud. crime and horror […]

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  • Brenda Kilianski

    Brenda Kilianski’s thriller, Free Radicals, was published by Chicago Dramaworks, its world premiere produced by Stockyards Theatre Project.  Her essays and poems have been published in the Chicago Tribune, Chronogram, Spillway, and ONTHEBUS.  She lives in Albany, NY. Visit her profiles at the Dramatists Guild and the New Play Exchange for more information. 

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  • C. Matthew Smith

    C. Matthew Smith is an attorney and writer whose short stories have appeared in and are forthcoming from numerous outlets, including Mystery Tribune, Mystery Weekly, Close to the Bone, and Mickey Finn: 21st Century Noir Vol. 3(Down & Out Books). He’s a member of Sisters in Crime and the Atlanta Writers Club.  When he isn’t writing and paying the […]

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  • Max Cage

    Max Cage is the heroic alter ago of the mild-mannered reviewer and commentator of comics, crime and all manner of pulp. He knows you have better things to do than read his musings but can’t imagine exactly what that could be.

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  • Greg Levin

    Greg Levin writes subversive thrillers and crime fiction. His novels include The Exit Man, Sick to Death, and In Wolves’ Clothing. Levin’s work has been optioned by HBO and Showtime, and has earned him a number of awards and accolades. He’s won two Independent Publisher Book Awards, and has twice been named a Finalist for […]

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  • Sean Melrose-Aukema

    Sean Melrose-Aukema is an Australian writer and proud dad based in Norway. When he’s not at the keyboard guzzling coffee, he reads, plays video games, and if he’s feeling particularly inspired sometimes he laces up his runners. You can find him on Twitter @seanmelrose.

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  • Heath Lowrance

    Heath Lowrance has lived in a hundred places, including Memphis, TN, but currently resides in the notorious Flint, Michigan, where he’s right at home. He has, at various times, been a tour guide at Sun Studio, a surly record store clerk, a private detective (not as interesting as it sounds), and a cartoon animal at […]

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  • Mike McHone

    Mike McHone‘s work has appeared in Ellery Queen, Mystery Weekly, Playboy, Mystery Tribune, the AV Club, the Detroit News, Guilty, Punk Noir, and elsewhere. Although he lives in Detroit, anyone can visit him online at www.mikemchone.com.

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  • Gay Degani

    Gay Degani has received nominations and honors for her work including Pushcart consideration, Best of the Net, and Best Small Fictions. Her flash and short story work has appeared online, in print journals and in anthologies. She has published a collection of eight stories, Pomegranate, a full-length collection, Rattle of Want, (Pure Slush Press, 2015) and a suspense novel, What Came […]

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  • Adam Leeder

    Adam Leeder lives in Suffolk in the U.K. His work has been published or is forthcoming in Mystery Weekly, Guilty and Punk Noir. His short fiction has been longlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association (CWA) Margery Allingham Short Story Prize. His debut novel, Diaspora, was shortlisted for the New Anglia Prize, which is sponsored by […]

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