Contributors

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Lauren K. Cannon [Artist]

Summon Infinity [Volume 1, Issue 1]

Heaven Slain [Volume 1, Issue 2]

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Morgan Crooks [Author]

The Emissary [Volume 1, Issue 1]

BIO: Morgan Crooks grew up in a hamlet in Upstate New York and now teaches ancient history in Massachusetts. Links to his stories are available on the Ancient Logic (www.ancientlogic.blogspot.com). He lives with his wife, Lauren, near Boston.

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Rhonda Eikamp [Author]

All Lovers Will Drown [Volume 1, Issue 1]

BIO: Rhonda Eikamp is originally from Texas and lives in Germany. Stories of hers have appeared in Lackington’s, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, Unlikely Story, and Lightspeed’s “Women Destroy Science Fiction”, among others. When not writing fiction, she translates for a German law firm.

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Daniel Hand [Author]

Break My Heart at Painted Church [Volume 1, Issue 1]

BIO: Daniel Hand is a British author and military historian who writes primarily about the experiences of war—in both real-world and otherworldly settings. His short fiction has most recently appeared in Swords and Sorcery Magazine, the On the Map anthology (Thames Valley Writers Circle) and Myriad Lands Volume 1: Around the World (Guardbridge Books). Daniel also has several non-fiction pieces to his name, appearing in such publications as Death by Effigy (Guardbridge Books) and Dekho!, the journal of the Burma Star Association. He is a member of Reading Writers, and chair of the International Writers Fellowship.

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Ben Howels [Author]

Heavenly Requiem [Volume 1, Issue 1]

BIO: Ben Howels is a fantasy, horror and crime writer hailing from Devon, England. His short fiction has been published by Writers’ Forum, Writing Magazine, Devolution Z Magazine, Phantaxis Magazine, Earlyworks Press, Shotgun Honey, Red Sun Magazine, Lit Select, and Sirens Call Publications. Having recently completed his first novel (post-apocalyptic horror/dark fantasy), he’s now working on the sequel. He can usually be found writing on his laptop, training hard in the gym, or distracting himself on Twitter: @BenHowels

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Caroline Jamhour [Artist]

Eclipse [Volume 2, Issue 1]

Vanitas [Volume 2, Issue 2]

Forsaken [Volume 2, Issue 3]

Dragon & Dew [Volume 2, Issue 4]

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A. A. Azariah-Kribbs [Author]

Altum [Volume 1, Issue 2]

BIO: A.A. Azariah-Kribbs lives in Virginia with her Griffon, Fuffle. She has been published in several venues, including Carus Publishing’s Cicada, Fēlan, The Donut Factory, Chantwood, Boston Accent Lit, The Vignette Review, Lunaris Review, and Chicago Literati.  Two of her short stories won awards in the Bethlehem Writers’ Roundtable’s 2016 annual short story competition.  Her work is pending publication in 2017 issues of The Mythic Circle, The Sonder Review, Huizache: The Magazine of Latino Literature, and Harpur Palate.

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Karevа Margarita [Photographer]

oil and ghost [Volume 1, Issue 1]

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Bayveen O’Connell [Poet]

To Sylvia, Love Ted [Volume 1, Issue 1]

BIO: Bayveen O’Connell lives in Dublin and works in teaching and journalism. This year she completed her first novel, a Gothic tale of murder in a Medieval village. Bayveen’s been published in Woman’s Way and The Bohemyth online journal and has short stories forthcoming in Nilvx and an anthology called From the Candystore to the Galtymore. She loves travelling and dark comedies.

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Michaël Wertenberg [Author]

László & Mesi [Volume 1, Issue 1]

BIO: Michaël Wertenberg is a French-American author, currently residing in Budapest, Hungary. From addiction and religious extremism to obsession and other manifestations of the decay of reason, he often explores the mind’s fascinating, yet frightening ability to defend and rationalize the irrational.

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Lynn White [Poet]

Magic Words [Volume 1, Issue 1]

BIO: Lynn White lives in north Wales. Her work is influenced by issues of social justice and events, places and people she has known or imagined. She is especially interested in exploring the boundaries of dream, fantasy and reality. Her poem ‘A Rose For Gaza was shortlisted for the Theatre Cloud ‘War Poetry for Today’ competition 2014. This and many other poems, have been widely published, in recent anthologies such as – ‘Alice In Wonderland’ by Silver Birch Press, ‘The Border Crossed Us’ and ‘Rise’ from Vagabond Press and journals such as Apogee, Firewords Quarterly, Indie Soleil, Midnight Circus and Snapdragon as well as many other online and print publications.

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