• Matt Masucci

    Matt Masucci is a writer and professor who lives with his family and three cats along the Gulf Coast of Florida. He writes horror and crime fiction. His work has recently appeared in Weirdbook, Great Jones Street, Under the Bed, Mystery Weekly, Three Minute Plastic, and Shotgun Honey (writing as Richard Sturgis), among others. 

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  • Wendy Davis

    Wendy Davis is a copywriter living in Nashville, TN. Her work has appeared on Welcome to Twin Peaks, Story and Grit, and 25 Years Later. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, watching some old movie, or walking her treasured hound, Blossom. Find her at wendydaviswrites.com and @zeewendyd

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  • Paulette Smythe

    Paulette Smythe lives in Melbourne, Australia. In her writing and artwork she seeks to capture some of the mystery and paradox that lies beneath the surface of ordinary life. Her work has previously been published in Antipodean SF, Bewildering Stories, Verandah, Eureka Street, the Shuffle anthology and Prometheus Dreaming.

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  • J.D. Graves

    J.D. Graves is an author and playwright who lives in East Texas with his wife and kids. His play Tall Pines Lodge was an official selection of the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival as well as the 2007 FronteraFEST. His short work can be found or is forthcoming in, Pulp Modern: Tech Noir, Mystery […]

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  • Jessie Sweet

    Jessie Sweet is currently querying her debut novel, a psychological thriller entitled SAVE HER. She has been previously published in Havok magazine and her non-fiction writing has been published in Forbes.com, BusinessInsider.com and The Huffington Post. When she’s not writing, she can be found embarrassing her two daughters, watching Netflix with her husband, or indulging […]

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  • PJ Stephenson

    PJ Stephenson is a British writer whose fiction is inspired by history, nature and human nature. He’s lived in Switzerland for 20 years but still takes milk in his tea. PJ’s historical short fiction – most of it set in World War Two – has appeared in Apricity, Dream Catcher, Edify Fiction, Flash Fiction Magazine, […]

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  • Andre DeCuir

    Andre DeCuir teaches at a small college in Ohio.  He enjoys writing fiction and poetry, and his work has appeared in places like Mystery Tribune and Heron Tree.

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  • Ken Teutsch

    Ken Teutsch is a writer, performer and film maker whose stories have appeared in such diverse publications as Mystery Weekly, Adromeda Spaceways Magazine, Cowboy Jamboree, Halfway Down the Stairs—and of course, Shotgun Honey—as well as in the anthologies Shadow People, Old Weird South, First Came Fear, and Strangely Funny.

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  • Richard Milaschewski

    Richard Milaschewski is a writer and musician. His past jobs include paramedic, teacher, and chef. He lives in central Florida and writes when he isn’t wrangling his three children. 

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  • Luke Woodard

    Luke Woodard is from Montgomery County, Maryland. His story Tarhook Woods appeared in a recent issue of Floyd County Moonshine.

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  • Tim Gerstmar

    Tim Gerstmar has been teaching in Asia for fourteen years, living in South Korea, Thailand, China, and most currently in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. His crime novel The Gunfighters draws upon both his love of Bangkok and the dark and depraved. It is available in kindle format and soon in paperback on amazon. His short fiction has been […]

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  • David Berger

    David Berger is an old Lefty from Brooklyn, now living in Manhattan with his wife of 26 years: the finest jazz singer in NYC. A father and grandfather, Berger has been, among other things, a caseworker, construction worker, letter carrier, high school and ESL teacher, a legal proofreader and a union organizer. He loves life, his wife […]

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