Issue One Contributors
Amanda Bergloff is a SF/fantasy writer whose short stories have appeared in various anthologies by World Weaver Press, Darkhouse Books, and Transmundane Press, among others. She lives in Denver, Colorado, collects books, toys and comics, and the inside of her mind looks like 1950's sci fi pulp art. @AmandaBergloff
Kerry E.B. Black has long loved words and entices them to create tales both fanciful and true. Hailing from a small suburb situated along a fog-enshrouded river outside of a City of Steel and Bridges, Kerry incorporates Yankee sensibilities and a strong work ethic into every project. Some of her works have crept into anthologies and she writes for www.Halloweenforevermore.com , www.GamesOmniverse.com, and is a proud participant of the www.OneYearofLetters.com project. @BlackKerryblick www.facebook.com/authorKerryE.B.Black
William Gilmer is a writer with a penchant (attention span) for short form and abstract styles. He lives in Michigan with his lovingly acquired family, obligatory cat, and odd curios. Forthcoming works in Transmundane Press' "After the Happily Ever After" anthology and Paul A. Hamilton's 200CCs. Follow him @willwritethings.
Lorah Jaiyn started to focus on her writing career after a nasty case of empty nest syndrome. Her fiction has appeared online at 101 Words, Our Write Side, and Dark Chapter Press, with short stories to appear in at least two anthologies this fall. Lorah has novels-in-progress encompassing several genres, each blended with romance. She has a daytime desk job and spends evenings writing while entertained by her greatest distraction, her Jack Russell. She enjoys hiking and exploring the great outdoors and is a total Hallmark Channel addict. @writerlorahj facebook.com/writerlorahj
When she's not chasing after her three children, Allison Walters Luther is busy writing, mainly within the historic, horror, and thriller genres. She has been honored multiple times by Wow! Women On Writing in their flash fiction contests. She is currently working on her first novel, BAD RIVER, set in 1860s Dakota Territory. You can read about her families journey with autism at simondoesntsay.com or follow her on Twitter @AllisonLuther.
J.C. Madison is a proud mother of two and says her children are a large part of why she writes. A self-confessed hopeless romantic, J.C. also believes that we all have a little magic inside of us and you will see all of these things reflected in her writing. J.C. has been published online at Katherine Press. To date, this is the only official work she has had published. She is working towards establishing an online presence. You can find more information at http://www.jcmadisonwrites.com/ and follow her on twitter @jcmadisonwrites.
Tracy Maxwell is a lover of all things short-form–especially her children. Her poetry, fiction of all lengths and screenplays have been published and prized in anthology and competition. A California girl who hates the sun, Tracy recently moved up to rainy Seattle. Adding water really made things bloom, and she is now working on a novel, Cracks, and a serialized flash mashup celebrating song lyrics. Visit www.tiswrit.com to register for updates on work and other good stuff.
W.S. Moye is a lover of stories and worlds of wonder, of humor and glory, and of things that go hex in the night. He entertains himself alone in a room with his writing and hopes one day his stories will entertain others in a less maniacal, more socially acceptable way. You can stalk him here: https://www.facebook.com/WSMoye/
Adrian George Nicolae is a writer of dark fiction and comedy. He had created the now defunct e-zine, Dialogual, where dialogue-only stories where published. He enjoys being on stage, doing various things as Adrian N. George, as much as he likes writing. You can find him on www.agn-ang.com, @AdrianGeorgeNic or on Facebook with both those names.
Santino Prinzi is the Flash Fiction Editor of Firefly Magazine, and helps bring National Flash Fiction Day in the UK to life. He was a recipient of the TSS Young Writers Award for January 2016, was awarded the 2014/15 Bath Spa University Flash Fiction Prize. His debut fiction collection, Dots, and other flashes of perception, will be published by The Nottingham Review Press in September 2016. Feel free to follow him on Twitter (@tinoprinzi) of you can find out more on his website: https://tinoprinzi.wordpress.com
Lora Rivera Post-MFA from the University of Arizona, Lora worked as a literary agent, children's biographer, and crepe maker. Today, she develops online trainings for child welfare professionals and is the Vice President of a local climbing nonprofit. Her work is forthcoming from The Voices Project, and has recently appeared in Blink Ink, FLAPPERHOUSE, The Chattahoochee Review, and the Eastern Iowa Review. Find her on Twitter and Insta at @lroseriver.
Vaughan Stanger Formerly an astronomer and more recently a research project manager in an aerospace company, Vaughan Stanger now writes SF and fantasy fiction for a living. His stories have appeared in Daily Science Fiction, Abyss & Apex, Postscripts, Nature Futures and Interzone, amongst others. Follow his writing adventures at http://www.vaughanstanger.com and @VaughanStanger.