1. Stephanie Parent is a graduate of the Master of Professional Writing program at USC. Her poetry has been nominated for a Rhysling Award and Best of the Net.

  2. Stephen is a total nerd living in Windsor, Colorado. He's been writing stories and poems since the fourth grade. Stephen has previously published fiction with Daily Science Fiction and 365tomorrows, and has published or forthcoming poetry with Acorn, Scifaikuest and Utopia Science Fiction, among other venues. He also writes educational materials for the nonprofit Taproot Guru. When he isn't writing, he works as a high school paraprofessional. When he isn't working, he likes to scuba dive, collect fossils, and watch bad monster movies.

  3. Steve Carr, who lives in Richmond, Virginia, has had over 370 short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals, reviews and anthologies since June, 2016. He has had six collections of his short stories, Sand, Rain, Heat, The Tales of Talker Knock and 50 Short Stories: The Very Best of Steve Carr, and LGBTQ: 33 Stories, published. His paranormal/horror novel Redbird was released in November, 2019. His plays have been produced in several states in the U.S. He has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize twice.

  4. Steven Sheil is a writer and filmmaker based in Nottingham, UK. His work has previously appeared in Black Static, Horla, The Ghastling and as part of the Black Library anthology Invocations. He is the director of the horror film Mum & Dad (2008).

  5. Sumbul Shahin has lived on three different continents and discovered that people everywhere are equally baffling. She now places imaginary people in improbable situations in hopes of gaining some insight.

  6. Surina Venkat is a writer from West Melbourne, Florida who has work published in Wretched Creations Magazine, Ayaskala Literary Magazine, and more.

  7. Susan Cornford is a retired public servant, living in Perth, Western Australia, with pieces published or forthcoming in 365 tomorrows, Akashic Books Fri Sci-fi, Antipodean Science Fiction, Corner Bar Magazine, Speculative 66, Theme of Absence and The Were-Traveler.

  8. Susan E. Wagner is a poet and the author of Unmuted: Voices on the Edge, a collection of hybrid poetry on mental illness and families, and the upcoming Unmuted: Homefront. She is an editor at The Pearl S. Buck Writing Center in Perkasie, Pennsylvania.

  9. Tabitha Potts has several short stories in print anthologies as well as online. She was recently long-listed for the Sunderland University Short Story Award, a Finalist in MIROnline’s Folk Tale Festival and Highly Commended in MIROnline’s Booker Prize Competition. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck and a First in English Language and Literature from Oxford University. She also runs Story Radio Podcast, sharing the work of emerging writers.

  10. I write raw and honest poetry (apparently) about life and short stories with a twist. I have been lucky enough to have had a couple of pieces published on radio. I am an active member of a local writing group, have taken part in events including Woman's Day theatre event and screenwriting for a film for the Clancy Festival, Carrick-on-Suir, Ireland. Live near the mountains with 2 dogs and a pony plus two college age children.