Authors

  1. After earning an English lit PhD from Duke and teaching English at both the high-school and college level up and down the U.S. Eastern seaboard, William Slayton recently relocated from the South Carolina low country to the Rockies. At this altitude he’s finished a novel, Under the Banyan Tree, set in the South Pacific during the last days of World War Two.


  2. Wm. Brett Hill grew up outside Athens, Georgia but now makes his home on the Eastern Shore of Maryland where he spends time with his wife and daughter, works in IT, and writes stories. His short fiction has appeared in Millennial Pulp, Bandit Fiction, Literally Stories, Firewords, Dime Show Review, and many more.


  3. Wren is an Italian Literature graduate living in Rome with their numerous, devilish cats. They love speculative fiction and nature.


  4. X. S. Aaron is a composition instructor at a community college who strives to inspire her students to share their stories and truths through words. She is also a harpist and a medieval literature enthusiast.


  5. Z. D. Dicks holds an MA in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of Gloucestershire. In 2016 he founded the Gloucestershire Poetry Society and the Gloucester Poetry Festival. He currently has three collections ‘Malcontent’ and ‘Intimate Nature’ with Black Eyes publishing (2019) and one ‘Vexed’ with Hedgehog Poetry Press (2020). Helen Ivory described his work as ‘muscular language’ and is himself ‘a gothic Seamus Heaney’ according to Anna Saunders.