• Johnny Gunn

    Mr. Gunn is retired from a fifty year journalism career, devoting his time to fiction writing. His collection, “Out of the West … Tales of the American Frontier” (Bottom of the Hill Publishing), was released in December 2010. His short fiction can be found in Shotgun Honey, Yellow Mama, The Mac Guffin, The Storyteller, and […]

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  • R. J. Spears

    R.J. Spears lives in Columbus, Ohio and writes mystery/crime and horror fiction.  His stories have appeared across the web at Shotgun Honey, Out of the Gutter, the HorrorZine, and Flashes in the Dark along with several other sites.  His novel, Sanctuary From the Dead, was published by J. Ellington Ashton Press.  His first two books […]

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  • Cindy Rosmus

    Cindy Rosmus is a Jersey girl who looks like a Mob Wife & talks like Anybody’s from West Side Story. She works out 5-6 days a week, so needs no excuse to drink or do whatever the hell she wants. She’s been published in the usual places, such as Shotgun Honey, Hardboiled, A Twist of Noir, Megazine, Beat to a Pulp, Out […]

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  • Mike Monson

    Mike Monson recently moved to Kona, Hawaii, leaving behind his 20-year-career as a paralegal in San Francisco and Modesto, California when his wife was transferred by her employer Costco. He hoped to work part time while continuing his writing passion, but so, far he has lost all four jobs he has managed to get. His […]

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  • Paul J. Garth

    Paul J. Garth has been published in Thuglit, Needle: A Magazine of Noir, Plots with Guns, Crime Factory,  Shotgun Honey, and several other anthologies and web magazines. He lives and writes in Nebraska, with his wife and dog, and can be found online by following @pauljgarth.

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  • Gerard Brennan

    Gerard Brennan‘s short stories have appeared in a number of anthologies; including The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime volumes 8 and 9. He co-edited Requiems for the Departed, a collection of crime fiction based on Irish myths which won the 2011 Spinetingler Award for best anthology. His novella, The Point, was published by Pulp […]

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  • K. A. Laity

    K. A. Laity is the award-winning author of A Cut-Throat Business, Lush Situation, Owl Stretching, Unquiet Dreams, À la Mort Subite, The Claddagh Icon, Chastity Flame, Pelzmantel and Other Medieval Tales of Magic and Unikirja, as well as editor of Weird Noir and Noir Carnival. Her bibliography is chock full of short stories, humor pieces, […]

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  • Terry Rietta

    Terry Rietta is a father, a film maker and a lover of good stories. He left his former life as an ad agency creative director, to launch his directing career with the spot “First Look” for the Mill Valley Film Festival. The work was honored by the AICP and is on permanent collection in the Museum […]

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  • Tom Leins

    Tom Leins is a crime writer from Paignton, UK. His books include Meat Bubbles & Other Stories, Boneyard Dogs and Ten Pints of Blood (all published by Close to the Bone) and Repetition Kills You and The Good Book: Fairy Tales for Hard Men (both via All Due Respect). His new book, Sharp Knives & Loud Guns, will be released by All Due Respect in […]

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  • Frank Sonderborg

    Frank Sonderborg is currently working on his first Action and Adventure novel: Brighton City Of Gold. Frank is from Dublin. But has lived for many years in Denmark.He is currently residing in Hampshire in the UK.

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  • Joseph D’Agnese

    Joseph D’Agnese’s nonfiction appeared in Best American Science Writing (HarperCollins) two years in a row. His crime fiction has appeared in Shotgun Honey, Plots With Guns, Beat to a Pulp, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, and the annual anthology, Best American Mystery Stories 2015. He won the 2015 Derringer Award for flash fiction for a piece (“How Lil’ Jimmie Beat […]

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  • Terrence P. McCauley

    Terrence P. McCauley is an award-winning writer of crime fiction and thrillers. His the third novel in his University Series – A Conspiracy of Ravens – will be published by Polis Books in September 2017 and is available for pre-order now. The other novels in the series, Sympathy for the Devil and A Murder of Crows were […]

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