• Ethan Robles

    Ethan Robles is a writer working out of Boston, MA. His fiction has appeared in Aphotic Realm and Sirens Call eZine. He is a staff writer at morbidlybeautiful.com and a contributing writer at horrorhomeroom.com. You can follow him on twitter @roblecop.

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  • Curtis Ippolito

    Curtis Ippolito lives in San Diego, California, where he works as a communications writer for a nonprofit. He is the author of Burying the Newspaper Man, a crime novel out now from Red Dog Press. His short stories have been published with Shotgun Honey, Bristol Noir, Mystery Tribune, Yellow Mama, Punk Noir Magazine, Ghost Parachute, […]

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  • James D.F. Hannah

    James D.F. Hannah is the Shamus Award-nominated author of the Henry Malone novels, as well as the novel THE RIGHTEOUS PATH. His short fiction has previously appeared in the Shepherd University Anthology of Appalachian Writers and Crossed Genres magazine. A native of eastern Kentucky and southern West Virginia, Hannah was an award-winning former journalist and James […]

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  • Jaylee Alde

    Jaylee Alde is a Kundiman fiction fellow. His work has appeared in McSweeney’s, American Bystander, Thrice, and other fine publications.

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  • Matthew Mercier

    Matthew Mercier is a writer and storyteller living in the wilds of upstate New York. He’s a graduate of Hunter College, and his work both appears and is forthcoming inGlimmer Train, Rosebud Magazine, Creative Non-Fiction, Fairy Tale Review, and Mystery Tribune. He’s told stories with The Moth and been heard on NPR’s The Moth Radio […]

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  • Michael Martin Garrett

    Michael Martin Garrett is a small-town crime author, Pennsyltucky poet, and recovering journalist. His unwitting noir hero Raymond Reynolds has also appeared in ‘Cosy Crime Short Stories’ from Flame Tree Press, as well as ‘Nightside: Tales of Outre Noir’ forthcoming from Close to the Bone Publishing. Follow him on Twitter @MichaelMGarrett.

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  • Edward Cossette Edward Cossette

    Edward Cossette is a writer, educational games developer, and determined bon vivant. He leads a life of quiet, contemplative routine occasionally punctuated with great adventure. Find him at edwardcossette.com or @edwardcossette.

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  • John M. Floyd

    John M. Floyd’s short fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, The Strand Magazine, Mississippi Noir, The Saturday Evening Post, two editions of The Best American Mystery Stories, and many other publications. A former Air Force captain and IBM systems engineer, John is also an Edgar nominee, a three-time Derringer Award winner, and a recipient of […]

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  • CJ Verburg

    Award-winning playwright and director CJ Verburg has published two Cory Goodwin mysteries and two Edgar Rowdey Cape Cod mysteries (so far) plus a multimedia memoir and several international literature collections. Look for CJ’s short stories in Fault Lines: Stories by Northern California Crime Writers and Seascape: Best New England Short Stories (2019), and Sherlock Holmes […]

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  • Rob D. Smith

    Rob D. Smith is a common man attempting to write uncommon fiction in Louisville, KY. His work has appeared in Apex Magazine and Switchblade Magazine. He co-hosts The Abysmal Brutes podcast that explores pop culture storytelling at https://theabysmalbrutes.podbean.com/ Follow him on Twitter @RobSmith3

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  • Jim Hamilton Jim Hamilton

    During the day, Jim Hamilton is a field faculty member with NC State University’s Cooperative Extension Service. While he’s written the requisite number of articles in obscure academic journals to warrant his PhD in forestry, he enjoys reading and writing fiction. His first novel, “The Last Entry,” was released in 2019 (http://thelastentry.com) and is set […]

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  • Alaina Sapienza

    Alaina Sapienza was born in a small Rust Belt town famous for its hotdogs and fireworks. She currently lives and writes in Pittsburgh PA, where she loves telling stories about unlovable people, places and things.

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