Contributor’s Notes (Volume VI, Issue 2)

Jason P. Burnham (he/him) is an infectious diseases physician and researcher. He loves many things, among them sci-fi, his wife, son, and dog, metal music, Rancho Gordo beans, and equality (not necessarily in that order).

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.

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 Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Crimson Streets, Flame Tree Fiction Newsletter, The J.J. Outré Review (Volume IV, Issue 2), Mystery Weekly Magazine, Stupefying Stories Showcase, Thriller Magazine, Unfit Magazine, and elsewhere, as well as in numerous anthologies.

H.L. Fullerton writes fiction—mostly speculative, occasionally about peculiar families—which can be found in more than 50 anthologies and magazines including Mysterion, Tales to Terrify, and Lackington’s, as well as the somewhat peculiar novella, The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King.  On Twitter as @ByHLFullerton.

S.E. Greco is the author of many published suspense/mystery short stories. His work has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize anthology and he was a runner-up for the Short Mystery Fiction Society’s 2020 Derringer Award for best mystery novelette. Visit him at segrecoauthor.com.

Amanda Michele Hash is a writer and book blogger with a passion for horror, myth, and folklore. She enjoys reading and creating stories that center female, queer, and gender-conforming characters, often with themes that explore witchery and monstrousness. Her work has been published with Dark Moon Digest and Sword and Kettle Press.

Tarver Nova is a spec-fic author and professional night owl in New York. He holds a pop-fic MFA from USM’s Stonecoast program, and his further work is forthcoming in Kaleidotrope. Show him your cats on Twitter @tarvernova.

Jody Smith is a horror author who lives in small town Ontario, Canada, and likes animals and TV. His gory, splattery horror novella, Who Will Save Your Soul? is available now.

Jibril Stevenson graduated from the University of Puerto Rico longer ago than he cares to remember, and has since wandered wherever Uncle Sam sends him. He’s a glorified office drone by day and writes Muslim Westerns by night (someone has to), along with short fiction in multiple genres. His work has appeared in Bards and Sages’ Best Indie Speculative Fiction 2020, New Maps: Deindustrial Fiction, Toyon Literary Magazine, and Frontier Tales. He currently lives in Delaware with his wife and kids, a lizard and two guinea pigs, and he’s trying to figure out if an Oxford comma would improve this sentence or make it worse.

Nicholas Stillman writes science fiction with medical themes. His work has appeared in Zooscape, The Colored Lens, Bards and Sages Quarterly, The Martian Wave, Polar Borealis, and Helios Quarterly Magazine.