• T.W.Garland

    T.W.Garland‘s fiction has appeared in Dash Literary Journal, Dark Dossier, The Daily Drunk Magazine, Schlock!, Ghostlight and different anthologies. In his dreams, he is somewhere between a hard drinking cop and a criminal doing the right thing. When he is awake, he spends too much time reading crime novels and wishes he had a better work ethic. Find him at @TWGarland 

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  • Michael Long

    Michael Long writes mysteries because it’s cheaper than drugs and more fun than therapy. He frequently ends sentences with prepositions, uses the Oxford comma sporadically, and when he’s not sure what to write he has a guy come through the door with a gun. He lives in California with his wife and three children. Further […]

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  • Jim Mountfield

    Jim Mountfield is the writer of around 60 published short stories and blogs regularly at www.bloodandporridge.co.uk/wp/.  He was born in Northern Ireland, grew up there and in Scotland, and has since lived and worked in half-a-dozen European, African and Asian countries. During the 1990s, he spent seven years in Japan, singing a lot of karaoke.

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  • Amanda Crum

    Amanda Crum is a writer and artist whose work has been published in Barren Magazine, Eastern Iowa Review, The Hellebore, and more. She is the author of Tall Grass and The Day You Learned To Swim; she is also an Indie Horror Book Award nominee. Amanda currently lives in Kentucky.  

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  • Serena Jayne

    Serena Jayne received her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. She’s worked as a research scientist, a fish stick slinger, a chat wrangler, and a race horse narc. When she isn’t trolling art museums for works that move her, she enjoys writing in multiple fiction genres. Her short fiction has appeared or […]

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  • Lago Milagros

    Lago Milagros is a first-generation Colombian-American originally from Queens, New York City. He is an underground Hip-Hop artist and photographer. Milagros is the author of Deadbeat Dios: A Book of Poetry and Rhymes. He currently lives in Phoenix with his wife and two kids. 

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  • Scott Cumming

    Scott Cumming never considered himself to be a writer until recently, but turns out he has some stuff to say. He has been published at The Daily Drunk, Punk Noir Magazine, Bristol Noir, Fevers of the Mind, Versification and Shotgun Honey. Catch up with all his misdemeanours on Twitter @tummidge

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  • Pearson O’Meara

    Pearson O’Meara is a retired law enforcement professional from the Deep South. She is a new writer of flash fiction crime stories with a #swampnoir vibe. Reach her on Twitter @pearsonomeara

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  • Abra Deering

    Abra Deering‘s fiction, poetry, and essays have been published in various literary journals, including the East Coast Literary Review, Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post and TheWrap. She is an Adjunct Professor of creative writing. Her historical mystery, “Bohemian Soul” about Sherlock’s daughter, was selected for the Jersey Devil Press’s Sherlock Holmes special edition. She has an MFA from UCLA […]

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  • Jason M. Tucker

    Jason M. Tucker works as a full-time writer in Southern California. He’s had numerous short stories published in various magazines and anthologies, and his collection, Meat City, was published by Black Bed Sheet Books. His story “Coventry Greens” was recently filmed as The Greenies and is based on a script he wrote. “Red Skies” is part […]

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  • JM Taylor

    JM Taylor cooks up his sinister fantasies in Boston where he lives with his wife and son. He has appeared in Crime Syndicate, Thuglit, Out of the Gutter, Wildside Black Cat, and Tough, among others. His novel, Night of the Furies, was published by New Pulp Press and was listed in Spinetingler’s Best of 2013. When he’s not writing or reading, he teaches under an […]

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  • Trevor Duplessis

    Trevor Duplessis is a Canadian First Nations (Cree) writer who received his MFA in Fiction from the Institute of American Indian Arts. A complete blues geek, he is one half of the heavy blues duo, Injun Josephine. Also a film and theatre actor, Trevor teaches drama at Yellowhead Tribal College in Edmonton, Alberta. He’s got […]

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