• 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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  • Blake Johnson

    Blake Johnson‘s stories have appeared in Mud Season Review, Bristol Noir, Brilliant Flash Fiction and other outlets. His novella, Prodigal: An American Parable will be released soon by Trouble Department, and his novel, God-Box, is forthcoming from Literary Wanderlust. You can find him hanging out in the Twitterverse under the handle @bjohnsonauthor and can read more of his work at https://bjohnsonauthor.com/.

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  • N.J. Lucas

    N.J. Lucas is excited to have her first piece of crime fiction published in Shotgun Honey. She often uses her unique occupations and experiences as inspiration for her writing. She finds stories in the funny, frantic and complex situations of life. Nancy is a member of SinC, RWA and some crazy-supportive writing groups. She can […]

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  • Karen Harrington

    Karen Harrington’s writing has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and Shotgun Honey. She’s the acclaimed novelist of several books for young adults, most recently MAYDAY from Little, Brown. Find her at karenharringtonbooks.com

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  • Linda McMullen

    Linda McMullen is a wife, mother, diplomat, and homesick Wisconsinite. Her short stories and the occasional poem have appeared in over sixty literary magazines. She tweets occasionally @LindaCMcMullen.

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  • Bobby Mathews

    Bobby Mathews is a veteran journalist and writer who makes his home in Birmingham, Alabama. His crime fiction has appeared in Bristol Noir, All Due Respect, Close to the Bone, and The Dark City, and his creative non-fiction has been featured in Human Parts. His journalism has won General Excellence and Associated Press Managing Editors awards.

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  • Amanda Silverman Kosior

    Raised in her family’s clothing store in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Amanda Silverman Kosior is the award-winning author behind North Dakota Nice (NorthDakotaNice.com).  Amanda lives out on the prairie with her husband and two sons, and considers herself one of the foremost experts on ranch dressing.  She can be reached via her weekly email at North Dakota […]

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  • Devin Misko

    Devin Misko resides in Memphis, Tennessee. He began a tumultuous affair with noir years ago after reading novels that detailed the grimy underbelly of golden era cities. He’s since been captivated by worlds that contain a fatalistic noir axis; femme fatales, bent crooks and hard-boiled detectives. He has an adult son and finicky cat. His stories […]

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  • J.B. Stevens

    J.B. Stevens lives in the Southeastern United States with his wife and daughter. He was nominated for the Pushcart Prize for poetry, was a finalist for the Claymore award, and won Mystery Tribune’s inaugural micro-fiction contest. His pop-poetry collection The Best of America Cannot Be Seen, published by Alien Buddha Press, is available wherever books are sold. His […]

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  • James Blakey

    James Blakey lives in the Philadelphia suburbs where he works in Information Technology. His story “The Bicycle Thief” won the 2019 Derringer Award for Flash Fiction. Visit his website at JamesBlakeyWrites.com

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  • Lawrence Allan

    Having grown up in Normal, IL, Lawrence Allan is Midwestern as fuck, and loves heroes who use humor as cover for their emotional trauma. For a time he was the highest paid writer in Pakistanti TV, writing three serials, including Qaatil, Pakistan’s first tele-thriller. His short story “A Big Favor” was published in the award […]

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