• Tess Makovesky

    Tess Makovesky grew up near Liverpool but moved away to work at a tender age. Since then her movements around the country have resembled a game of ‘Pong’, but she’s now settled in the far north of England, where she roams the fells with a brolly, dreaming up new stories and startling the occasional sheep. […]

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  • Jeffrey Kuczmarski

    Jeffrey Kuczmarski’s little black heart beats in Chicago where he carves wood with steel.  Jeffrey’s visual stuff has been displayed at the DIY Trunk Show and is available on Etsy under Perpetual Relief.  Jeffrey’s stories have appeared in Danger City, Danger City 2, Hardcore Hardboiled and Out of the Gutter.  And there’s the tongue in […]

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  • Kieran Shea

    Kieran Shea once left a tiny plastic tree frog in one of the White House libraries and on the very same evening drank whiskey with Val Kilmer. He’s the author of Off Rock, the Koko Martstellar series, and far too many short stories. Like the rest of you slobs, he’s running out of time.

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  • Jim Wilsky

    Jim Wilsky is a crime fiction writer. He is the co-author of a three book series; Blood on Blood, Queen of Diamonds and the most recent release, Closing the Circle. He’s finishing a new book coming out in late summer 2014, as well as releasing a published collection of his short stories. His short story […]

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  • Bruce Harris

    Bruce Harris is the author of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson: ABout Type (www.batteredbox.com). He enjoys relaxing with a Marxman.

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  • John Weagly

    Once upon a time, Locus Magazine called John Weagly “a new writer worth reading and following.”  His short stories have been nominated for the Derringer Award multiple times, winning one in 2008, and various other accolades.  As a playwright, 100 his scripts have received over 150 productions on four continents and have been featured in the curriculum at […]

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  • Matthew C. Funk Matthew C. Funk

    Matthew C. Funk writes for a living because range fees don’t pay themselves. He stores his online writing and other live rounds at his Web site. http://www.matthewfunk.net/fiction.html

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  • Alex Munkacsy

    Alex Munkacsy is a writer, photographer and consumer of cheap wine. Find him online at alexmunkacsy.com

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  • Chuck Regan

    After he turned his back on the Brotherhood of Comic Book Creators, Chuck (CD) Regan spent a decade in the wilds of Pennsylvania training to defend himself against bad prose. His writing credits include: Shotgun Honey, The Big Adios, Zelmer Pulp (‘Hey, That Robot Ate My Baby’ and the upcoming ‘Five Broken Winchesters’), Space and […]

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  • Jim Wilsky

    Jim Wilsky’s short story work has appeared in some of the most respected online magazines and anthologies. Shotgun Honey, Beat To A Pulp, All Due Respect, Yellow Mama, The Big Adios, A Twist of Noir, Rose & Thorn Journal, Pulp Metal and Plots With Guns are some of the places you can find his stories. […]

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  • David Cousland

    David Cousland, born 1950 in West Bromwich, England. Grew up in the industrial West Midlands. His father was a bespoke tailor, a craftsman but a partial colour-blindness problem kept David away from the same trade. A married man with two daughters and two grand-children. He was a life-long banker, specialising in card payments in later […]

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  • Chris Leek

    Chris Leek is a greenhorn from back east. He shoots straight and tells tall tales. You can read some of them at: All Due Respect, Shotgun Honey, Out of the Gutter, Near to the Knuckle, Thrillers, Killers ‘N’ Chillers, Grift and Spinetingler. www.nevadaroadkill.blogspot.co.uk.

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