• Terry Butler

    Terry Butler lives in Hollister CA. It’s not the place named on teenagers’ clothing. Stories have appeared online at Yellow Mama, Plots With Guns, A Shot of Ink, Darkest Before the Dawn, Powderburn Flash, Flash Fiction Offensive et. al. Stories in print at Hardboiled Magazine and in anthologies by Ed Gorman, Dave Zeltserman and Gary Lovisi. […]

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  • Mark Raymond Falk

    Mark Raymond Falk attended the University of Texas – El Paso where he majored in English before the real world interrupted and he went to work on a cattle ranch. The cattle ranch, generations ago, was part owned by his grandfather. He currently lives in McCamey, TX with his wife Victoria and their German Shepherd, […]

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  • Kurt Indovina

    Kurt Indovina an artist from Rochester, New York, and full time musician. He is pursuing film making in the Rochester area. When he is not completely consumed in music and film making, Kurt likes to write noir crime fiction.

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  • John Micek

    John L. Micek covers Pennsylvania government and politics for The Morning Call of Allentown, Pa. “Death is Bipartisan” is an excerpt from his unpublished novel of the same name. It’s the second installment in the Sean Flynn mysteries. Micek’s previous work has appeared in The Big Takeover. Pop Culture Press, Harrisburg Magazine and PopMatters.com, among other outlets. He […]

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  • J. Ethan Begley

    J. Ethan Begley’s childhood dream of being a world renowned novelist putrefied into corpsehood when his debut novel, The Gospel of Lazlo (link: http://www.amazon.com/The-Gospel-Lazlo-Ethan-Begley/dp/0557353912), sold about two dozen copies (primarily to friends, family, and the author).  Not long thereafter he began writing short, hateful fiction to exact vengeance upon the masses.  Mr. Begley impotently hopes […]

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  • K.M. Indovina

    Katherine Indovina spends a lot of time sleeping. When she is not sleeping, she tries to find out how to turn sleeping into a profitable business venture. Until then, Katherine hides in a scary basement. In the basement, she writes and curses the gods for bestowing her with narcolepsy. She is working on her next book with […]

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  • Jim Spry

    Jim Spry is a decorator, trainee electrician and pen pilot. Having returned to the UK from travelling the world, he’s more lost than ever. You can follow his lack of direction here: www.dirtymercsbarandgrill.blogspot.com

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  • Tony Black

    Tony Black is the author of 12 books, most recently The Last Tiger, nominated for the CWA Dagger and Not the Booker Prize. The Tasmanian-set novel tells the story of the demise of the Tasmanian tiger.

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  • Thomas McGauley

    Thomas McGauley lives in Ponce Inlet, Florida, and would like to thank his niece, Sophie, age five, without whose help this story would have been finished much earlier.

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  • Rajni Gupta

    Rajni Gupta lives with her husband and daughter in Charlotte, North Carolina. She was a finalist for the Elizabeth Simpson Smith award in 2011. Her stories have appeared in Muse India, Shotgun Honey and Pif magazine.

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  • L.A. Sykes

     L.A. Sykes is from Atherton, Greater Manchester, UK. He is the author of the short story collection Noir Medley and the novella The Hard Cold Shoulder published by Close to the Bone. His next book is coming out in April 2020.

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  • KJ Emslie

    KJ Emslie lives in the village of Inchture in Scotland with his wife and three boys. This is the first story he has submitted for public scrutiny after three years of stop, start writing. KJ’s work has been published exclusively on Shotgun Honey. That is a polite way of saying that this story is his […]

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