Issue Six Contributors
Kenny A. Chaffin writes poetry, fiction and nonfiction and has published poems and fiction in Microfiction Monday Magazine, 365 Tomorrows, Speculative 66, James Gunn’s Ad Astra, Eunoia Review, Star*Line, nonfiction in The Writer, The Electron, Writers Journal and others. He grew up in southern Oklahoma and now lives in Denver, CO where he works hard to make enough of a living to support two cats, numerous wild birds and a bevy of squirrels. His poetry, fiction and other work is available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B007S3SMY8. He may be contacted through his website at http://www.kacweb.com.
Hope Denney is a Southern Gothic writer with terrible taste in decorating and a profound love of olives. She once worked in a haunted hospital but doesn't like to talk about it. You can find her work on Amazon or read some of her darkly humorous Southern Gothic microfiction on The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. Also, you can say hi to her on Twitter at @HopeDenney2
Karen Heslop writes from Kingston, Jamaica. Her stories have been published or are upcoming in a Devolution Z anthology, 101 Words Magazine, Untied Shoelaces of the Mind, The Flash Fiction Press, The Nine Tales Series, Speculative 66, Cemetery Moon, Phantaxis Magazine, Bloodbond Magazine, The Blotter Mag, Black Girl Magic Lit Mag, Worlds Unknown, Aphelion, Theme of Absence, Yellow Mama, Bards and Sages Quarterly and The Story Shack.
Louise Warren is a Poet and her first collection ‘A Child’s Last Picture Book of the Zoo’ won the Cinnamon Press first collection prize and was published in 2011. A pamphlet ‘ In the scullery with John Keats’ also published by Cinnamon came out in 2016. She has been widely published in magazines including Ambit, Agenda, Fuselit, Ink Sweat and Tears, The Interpreters House,The Lake, New Welsh Review, Obsessed with Pipework, The Rialto and Stand. Louise has just started writing short Sci-Fi and strange stories. She currently lives on Earth. wordsopposite.wordpress.com
Nora Weston’s fiction and poetry slips in-between and all around science fiction, fantasy, and horror. The most terrifying things Nora has encountered are teenagers...with driving permits, and she’s taught six of these frightening creatures to drive. Her publishing credits include novels, anthologies, plus fiction and poetry in magazines of various genres. She’s had the pleasure of reaching people through the airwaves on radio stations throughout the US.