Contributor’s Notes (Volume IV, Issue 2)

Ilyana K Anderson is a Russian writer living in Texas. She writes under the influence of whatever she’s reading at the moment, for better or worse.

Harris Coverley has short fiction published or forthcoming in Curiosities, Planet Scumm, and Theme of Absence, as well as poetry in Star*Line, Scifaikuest, and Jitter. He lives in Manchester, England.

Madonna Devlin s originally from Chicago and currently resides elsewhere in Illinois. This is her first publication.

A long time writer in TV animation, films, graphic novels, comic books, video games, short stories, and soon in novels for the YA market, Buzz Dixon’s most notable credits are as one of the original writers for the G.I. Joe and Transformers series; the creator and packager of Serenity, the best selling Christian manga (not to be confused with the TV show); and as the writer of the Terminator 3 video game. His short fiction has been published in Mike Shayne’s Mystery Magazine, National Lampoon, the Pan Book Of Horror Stories, and Analog among others.

John H. Dromey grew up on a farm in northeast Missouri. He enjoys reading—mysteries in particular—and writing in a variety of genres. He’s had short fiction published in over one-hundred fifty venues (some online, some in print), including Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Crimson Streets, Mystery Weekly Magazine, Stupefying Stories Showcase, Thriller Magazine, Unfit Magazine, and elsewhere, as well as in numerous anthologies.

Award-winning author, Jeff Dosser is an ex-Tulsa cop and current software developer living in the wilds of central Oklahoma. Jeff’s short stories can be found in magazines such as The Literary Hatchet, Tales to Terrify, Shotgun Honey, The J.J Outre Review, and Mystery Weekly, to name a few. His novels won the 2019 & 2018 Oklahoma Writer’s Federation winners for best new horror, and his sci-fi shorts have garnered multiple L.R Hubbard Writers of the Future Honorable Mentions. When not writing, Jeff can be found prowling the woods behind his rural home communing with the denizens of the night.

Erik Hale lives in Canada where he gives geese a wide berth. When he’s not in a dark room writing, or walking around listening to the conversations of strangers, he’s probably dreaming of the apocalypse. Music inspires many of his stories and he considers himself a connoisseur of frisson. His flash fiction has been previously published in Twenty-Eight Twenty-Two. Follow him on Twitter @AuthorErikHale or find him on the Writer’s Block Discord.

John Mara began writing fiction this summer beside a serene New Hampshire lake after years writing business articles inside a stale New York cubicle. He writes with the creative input of his wife Holly.  They never fail to attract mortified glances when they discuss plot structure in restaurants. John’s short stories are published or forthcoming in four markets.

Chris Rogers is an Iraq War veteran and former naval officer. The happiness of his characters sometimes suffers as a result.

J.L. Royce is an author of fiction—generally macabre, but ranging from hard SF to noir, crime, and non-genre. A serial medical tech entrepreneur, he lives in the wilds of Wisconsin and can often be found wandering its ageless hills.