• Lucas Mangum

    Lucas Mangum writes horror, crime and fantasy fiction, sometimes horrific crime fantasies. His work has appeared on the websites Shotgun Honey and MicroHorror as well as the anthologies Strange World, crappy shorts-deuces wild, and Bones. He is the co-writer of the sci-fi/horror film Epigenesis (Honors Zombie Films) and has appeared in the independent sci-fi thriller Apocalypse […]

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  • Zach Wilhide

    Zach Wilhide lives in Virginia Beach with his wife. He currently teaches politics at various universities in the Tidewater area and is an amateur power lifter.  When he’s not teaching students about the vagaries of the Electoral College or lifting heavy objects in the gym, he’s thinking and writing about the darker side of humanity.  For […]

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  • Jeff Macfee

    Jeff Macfee lives in North Texas with his wife, three kids, and a cat named Ed. His has stories in Shotgun Honey (obviously), Needle: A Magazine of Noir, the Flash Fiction Offensive, and A Twist of Noir just to name a few. He performs IT magic for Gearbox Software. He drinks gin. Check him out […]

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  • Matthew Dexter

    Matthew Dexter is an American author living in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. His fiction has been published in hundreds of literary journals and dozens of anthologies. He writes abhorrent freelance pieces for exorbitant amounts of pesos to pay the bills while drinking cervezas in paradise with tourists. He is the author of the novel The Ritalin […]

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  • David Harry Moss David Harry Moss

    David Harry Moss writes fiction and acts in movies – His stories can be found in print in: Gary Lovisi’s Hardboiled, The Oak, the Tucumcari Literary Review, and online in: Shotgun Honey, Muzzle Flash, Hardluck Stories,Orchard Press Mysteries, Twist Of Noir, Sex And Murder, Flash Fiction Offensive, Flashes In The Dark, Demon Minds, Yellow Mama, Black Petals, […]

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  • Andy Henion

    Andy Henion’s short fiction has appeared in Plots with Guns, Grift, Shotgun Honey, Word Riot, Hobart and many other print and online publications. His stories have been shortlisted for Best American Mystery Stories 2014 and the Derringer Award, and nominated for a Pushcart. The Devil in Snakeskins, a novella, is available now from Beat to […]

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  • Louie Wilkerson

    Louie Wilkerson lives in Portland, Oregon where he works for the YMCA.  He’s also trying to finish school.  One day, he will be done with all that.

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  • Jochem Vandersteen

    Jochem Vandersteen blogs about PI fiction at http://sonsofspade.blogspot.com and founded the Hardboiled Collective, a group of hardboiled writers promoting the genre and their books. He also writes the Mike Dalmas and Noah Milano books and has recently started an anthology series showcasing PI fiction.He’s also a big fan of rock music and comic books, blogging about those as well.

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  • Kirk Curnutt

    Kirk Curnutt is the author of two novels, Breathing Out the Ghost and Dixie Noir, as well as a book of short stories, Baby, Let’s Make a Baby, and several nonfiction works on F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Gertrude Stein. His most recent book is Brian Wilson, about the Beach Boys’ resident genius, not […]

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  • Fiona Glass

    When she isn’t being a pane in the glass, Fiona lives in a slate cottage within stone-throwing distance (never a good idea in Glass houses…) of England’s largest lake. From her compact-and-bijou study she writes pretty much everything from paranormal to romance, but her particular love is gritty contemporary fiction with a strand of dark […]

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  • Mike Miner

    Mike Miner lives and writes in Connecticut.  His stories can be found in the anthologies, Lost Children: Protectors, Pulp Ink 2 and the Plan B Anthology as well as journals such as Narrative, PANK, All Due Respect, The Flash Fiction Offensive, and others.  He is the author of three books: Ice (Solstice e-books), Prodigal Sons […]

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  • Albert Tucher

    Albert Tucher is the creator of prostitute Diana Andrews, who has appeared in eighty short stories in such venues as THUGLIT, SHOTGUN HONEY, and THE BEST AMERICAN MYSTERY STORIES 2010, edited by Lee Child and Otto Penzler. Diana’s first longer case, the novella THE SAME MISTAKE TWICE, was published in 2013. Supporting characters from her world, […]

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