Contributor’s Notes (Volume V, Issue 1)

M. Bennardo’s stories have recently appeared in Mystery Weekly, Mithila Review, Syntax & Salt, and Gordon Square Review. He lives in Kent, Ohio, but he travels when he can. When he makes it to Waikiki, he expects his wife will be with him. Twitter: @mbennardo. Website:

Caitlin Conroy has always had an abundance of stories in her head, thanks to constant daydreaming and several nightmares. She loves sweets (especially chocolate), loves baking sweets, and loves the idea of totally destroying a perfectly clean kitchen while baking sweets. Also, by verbal agreement, she must thank her former coworker for giving her the original idea for Lucky Number Seven. Thanks Adam!

Buzz Dixon writes oddball TV / movies / games / comics / novels, putting words in the mouths of Superman, Batman, Conan, The Terminator, Optimus Prime, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mork & Mindy, Scrooge McDuck, Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, plus more G.I. Joes and My Little Ponies than you can shake a stick at. His short fiction appears in Mike Shayne’s Mystery Magazine, the Pan Book Of Horror stories, National Lampoon, Analog, and numerous original and “best of” 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. Find out what Jeff’s been up to on his website. or follow him on Twitter @JeffDosser

A V Guevara lives in Southern California with their wonderful, smart, and supportive life partner. As a full-time student and an employee for a family business, they struggle to balance adult responsibilities with the call of the Deadhead lifestyle. This is their first publication.

Andrew L. Hodges was born in Suffolk, England, but spent the majority of his life growing up in Virginia. Living on a farm, he showed a very early interest in both naturalism and fantasy stories. He has worked as a biology teacher, a university professor, and a paint contractor, and served for several years as an emergency room hospital volunteer. He is currently pursuing a PhD and working on a series of spine-chillers that he hopes will one day see the light of day.

Trisha McKee resides in a small town in Pennsylvania where there is always someone there to help. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in ParABnormal Magazine, Night to Dawn Magazine, The Oddville Press, Horror Magazine, Crab Fat Magazine, Kzine, several anthologies, and more. Her short story Where We Meet has been nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology 2019.

During the day Kieran Perry works at a local gym, following his passion for fitness. During the night Kieran writes, anything, everything, following his passion for art and literature. He loves to create, something from nothing, replacing empty with whole. He’s incredibly lucky to have found the things in life that make him happiest, and to anyone reading this, he wishes the same for you. Growing up he wanted nothing more than to be an author, and though this may not seem like much to most, to be published on/in The J.J.Outré Review is an honour and another small step towards realising my dreams.

Hailey Piper is the author of Benny Rose, The Cannibal King and The Possession of Natalie Glasgow. She is an active member of the HWA whose short fiction appears in Daily Science Fiction, The Arcanist, Tales to Terrify, and more. Her debut dark fantasy novel, The Verses of Aeg, will be published by Bronzeville Books in late 2020. Find her on Twitter via @HaileyPiperSays or at