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B. Morris Allen [Author]

Goatway Drug [Volume 1]

BIO: B. MORRIS ALLEN (“Goatway Drug”) grew up in a house full of books that traveled the world. Nowadays, they’re e-books, and lighter to carry, but they’re still multiplying. He’s been a biochemist, an activist, and a lawyer, and now works as a foreign aid consultant. When he’s not roaming foreign countries fighting corruption, he’s on the Oregon coast, chatting with seals. In the occasional free moment, he works on his own speculative stories of love and disaster. 



H.R. Boldwood [Author]

In the Shadow of Fire [Volume 1]

BIO: H.R. BOLDWOOD (“In the Shadow of Fire”) is a writer of horror and speculative fiction. In another incarnation, Boldwood is a Pushcart Prize nominee and was awarded the 2009 Bilbo Award for creative writing by Thomas More College. Publication credits include, “Short Story America,” “Bete Noir,” “Everyday Fiction,” “Toys in the Attic,” Killing It Softly,” “Pilcrow and Dagger,” and “Sirens Call.”


Rachel Brittain [Author]

End of the World Talk Show [Volume 1]

BIO: RACHEL BRITTAIN (“End of the World Talk Show”) received her undergraduate degrees from Vanderbilt University, but she currently lives and writes in Arkansas. In between writing and editing her novel, Rachel has spent the past year traveling to New York and Los Angeles for film festivals where her student film, The Delivery Girl, was screening. 


Tyler Bourassa [Author]

The Wizard of the Woods [Volume 1]

BIO: TYLER BOURASSA (“The Wizard of the Woods”) has a BA in Psychology, which he put to great use while working in the IT department for an insurance company. He currently resides in Saskatchewan with his wife and somewhat irritable guard cat, where he enjoys reading, writing, and slaying monsters in video games. Tyler’s fiction has appeared in New Myths, Bards and Sages Publishing, and 9Tales From Elsewhere. 



James Dorr [Poet]

Dreaming Saturn [Volume 1]

JAMES DORR (“Dreaming Saturn”) is an Indiana writer. Dorr’s The Tears Of Isis was a 2014 Bram Stoker Award® nominee for Superior Achievement in a Fiction  Collection. Other books include Strange Mistresses: Tales of Wonder and Romance, Darker Loves: Tales of Mystery and Regret, and his all-poetry Vamps (A Retrospective). For the latest information Dorr invites readers to visit 









Kyrstal Claxton [Author]

Heartless [Volume 1]

BIOKRYSTAL CLAXTON (“Heartless”) is a computer technician with unfortunate aspirations involving fiction, words, and publishing. She enjoys breaking Heinlein’s Rules, getting distracted by Dragon Con, and feverishly researching whichever random topic has just piqued her interest. Keep up with her at and on twitter @krystalclaxton. 



Dennis Mombauer [Author]

In the Festival Tent [Volume 1]

BIO: DENNIS MOMBAUER (“In the Festival Tent”) was born in 1984 in the namesake capital of the Bonn Republic, raised along the Rhine river. He currently lives & works as a theatre agent & freelance author in Cologne. Dennis writes weird fiction, textual experiments & literary essays as well as non-naturalist drama & English poetry acculturated with German. He’s the editor, co-founder & publisher of „Die Novelle – Magazine for Experimentalism.  







Jamie Ryder [Author]

Shadows at Dawn [Volume 1]

BIO: JAMIE RYDER (“Shadows at Dawn”) is currently based in Manchester, England and has finished a Masters in Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University. His short stories have appeared in Fireborn Publishing, New Realm Magazine, and Short Story SundayHe also runs an animal protection and a comic website. 


Victor H. Rodriguez [Author]

Scripto Inferior [Volume 1]

: VICTOR H. RODRIGUEZ (“Scripto Inferior”) is a talent manager, novelist, and short-story writer. He’s been a scriptwriter for HBO, and published short fiction with White Wolf and Jaded Books. He also has a short story in the upcoming anthology Tales of the Once and Future King, from Superversive SF. 






JESSIE VOLK (“Feast on the Sun”) is a short fiction writer living in San Francisco with her husband and two cats. Jessie has published several scientific articles as a research scientist, often travels to Latin America to teach courses in engineering, and is passionate about short fiction, particularly dark fantasy and science fiction. Much of her fiction is inspired by her work in biology and engineering. When she’s not writing or working, she can be found practicing Goju Ryu Karate in a dojo on the edge of Golden Gate Park.