• Tom Pitts

    Tom Pitts received his education on the streets of San Francisco. He remains there, working, writing, and trying to survive. He is the author of American Static (Down & Out Books), Hustle (Down & Out Books) and the novellas Piggyback (Snubnose Press) and Knuckleball (Shotgun Honey). He sat down with us for five questions about life, work, and how idle hands are the […]

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  • Craig Faustus Buck

    Craig Faustus Buck is a journalist, TV writer-producer, screenwriter, short-story writer, nonfiction book author and novelist.  He co-authored two #1 NYT nonfiction bestsellers (one pop-psychology the other pop-gynecology), wrote an Oscar-nominated short film, and co-wrote the original miniseries V: The Final Battle.  His agent is currently shopping his first noir novel, Go Down Hard, which […]

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  • Andrew Nette

    Andrew Nette is a crime writer, book and film reviewer, and pulp scholar. He is one of the founders of Crime Factory Publications a small press specialising in crime fiction. His short fiction has appeared in a number of print and on-line publications. His first novel, Ghost Money, was published in 2012.

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  • Paul D. Brazill

    Paul D. Brazill is the author of Gumshoe, Guns Of Brixton and Roman Dalton – Werewolf PI. He was born in England and lives in Poland. He is an International Thriller Writers Inc member whose writing has been translated into Italian, Polish and Slovene. He has had writing published in various magazines and anthologies, including The […]

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  • Thomas Pluck

    Thomas Pluck writes unflinching fiction with heart. His debut novel Blade of Dishonor stars MMA fighter ‘Rage Cage’ Reeves rescuing his WWII vet grandpa from a battle between ninja and samurai over a stolen sword.  His work has appeared in The Utne Reader, Needle: A Magazine of Noir, Burnt Bridge, PANK Magazine, McSweeney’s, The Morning […]

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  • Holly West

    Holly West is the author of the Mistress of Fortune series (Carina Press), set in 17th century London and featuring amateur sleuth Isabel Wilde, a mistress to King Charles II who secretly makes her living as a fortuneteller. Her short crime fiction has also been featured in several anthologies, and online at Shotgunhoney.net. She lives, […]

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  • Dana C. Kabel

    Dana C. Kabel’s stories have appeared in Otto Penzler’s KWIK KRIMES, A Twist of Noir, Bareknuckles Pulp, Black Heart Magazine, The Flash Fiction Offensive, Muzzleflash, Mysterical-E, Near to the Knuckle, Out of the Gutter, Shotgun Honey, Thrills, Kills ‘N Chaos and Yellow Mama, to mention a few.  He blogs at www.thenonstopbullet.blogspot.com  Dana writes from Union, […]

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  • Anthony Schiavino

    From the halls of Marvel Comics as an x-mutant editorial intern, to the heights of the Flatiron designing book covers, and straight on through as newspaper art director, Anthony Schiavino has seen action and then some. Anthony is currently working on his first novel, Shotglass Memories. He also co-publishes the pulp line of books, Episodes […]

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  • Gareth Spark

    Gareth Spark writes dark fiction from and about the moors and rustbelts of North East England where grudges are savoured, shotguns are cheap and people get by in the economic meltdown any way they can. His stories have appeared widely in the small press and the internet.

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  • John Underwood

    John Underwood was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1983. He began writing at the age of six, and believes that after twenty-four years he is almost good at it. He has been a college student, line cook, contract laborer, receptionist, grocery store clerk, bookstore clerk, restaurant manager, bartender, and a homeless person at different times […]

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  • Chuck Caruso

    Chuck Caruso lives with a medicine woman and their two cattle dogs in Portland, Oregon, where he teaches literature and creative writing at local colleges.  His crime, horror, and western noir tales have appeared in numerous print and online publications, including Cemetery Dance, Shroud, Flash Fiction Offensive, The Big Adios, and The Western Online.  Most […]

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  • Luke Block

    Luke Block is a London-based crime writer and publishing editor. His first novel, Passengers, was shortlisted for the 2005 London Book Fair new writing competition and his work has been published in short press magazines and crime anthologies such as Brit Grit Too. He has also written for the Good Food Guide London and is currently […]

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