Authors

  1. Kathryn Wilmotte is an English major and an aspiring medievalist. She enjoys exploring the relationship between history and literature across time and is at work on her first novel. Currently, she is an M.A. candidate in Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University and lives a quiet, contemplative life with her cat.


  2. Laura is a Brisbane based artist and poet. She works with teenagers as a librarian. A love of writing and words is a hazard of the profession. Laura came to Australia from Africa as a child as part of the exodus of the 80’s. She has two invisible disabilities that keep life interesting.


  3. Lisa Fox is a pharmaceutical market research consultant by day and fiction writer by night. Her short fiction has appeared in publications including Metaphorosis, Telltale Press, New Myths, Luna Station Quarterly, and others, as well as various anthologies. She won first place in the NYC Midnight 2018 Short Screenplay contest and placed third in NYC Midnight’s 2018 Flash Fiction Challenge. Lisa resides in northern New Jersey with her husband, two sons, and their oversized dog, and relishes the chaos of everyday suburban life.


  4. Margaret O’Brien co-founded The Story House Ireland (2014 – 2018) and lectured in English and Creative Writing at Waterford Institute of Technology. She curates the annual Brewery Lane Writers’ W/E and runs the monthly open mic, Poetry Plus, and her own workshops, Writing Changes Lives, in Brewery Lane Theatre, Carrick-on-Suir. She is an affiliate of Amherst Writers & Artists and her work has been published by Southword, The South Circular, RTE/O’Brien Press, Flash Frontier, The Pickled Body, Hinterland and The Irish Times.


  5. My name is Michael Casey and I am a 38 year old author from Melbourne, Australia. I am a freelance content writer and I have written articles for pop culture sites such as Cracked.com, Nerdbot, and Poplurker. I recently had a short story published through Ash tales.


  6. Michelle Houghton is a 2018 graduate of Vermont College of Fine Art with an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults. She lives in Ferrisburgh, Vermont USA with her two children and one goofy dog.


  7. Mike Finley has been writing and performing in St. Paul, Minnesota for over 50 years. He has authored over 160 books.


  8. Nathan D. Horowitz is a writer, ESL teacher, translator, and proofreader based in Kansas. In the 1990s, he lived for fourteen months in the Ecuadorian rainforest. He is charming and funny and enjoys talking about himself in the third person.


  9. Peggy Schimmelman is a San Francisco Bay Area writer. Her work includes the poetry chapbooks Crazytown (Writing Knights Press) and Tick-Tock (Finishing Line Press) and the novel Whippoorwills. She is co-author of Long Stories Short, by Wild Vine Writers. Her poetry and short fiction have appeared in North American Review, Sparkle ‘n Blink, WinningWriters.com, NovellaT, Aleola Journal of Poetry and Art, Pacific Review, Comstock Review, Wild Musette Journal, 100wordstories.org and others.


  10. Regina Kenney is a former reporter for Aviation Week magazine. Kenney moved to London in 2016 where she continued to write for several blog sites including the Literature site, Literati Pulp, and the travel website, Love Pop Ups London. Kenney now lives in Dublin, Ireland where she continues to write short horror stories and poems. Her most recently published work is the short story, "Little Bone Brittle," which appeared in the 2019 horror anthology, Hamthology.