Specters and Contributors
Issue Ten Contributors
Will Gilmer is a writer and poet 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. Available or forthcoming in Transmudane Press’ “After the Happily Ever After” anthology, Firefly Magazine, 200ccs, and Empyreome. Follow him @willwritethings.
Russell Karrick is a poet born and raised in New York State. He is a veteran that has studied and lived in Germany, among other places, and currently resides in Colombia, where he is learning Spanish. Russell is an MFA-Creative Writing candidate in Fairleigh Dickinson University's low residency program.
Thomas Locicero’s poems have most recently appeared or are forthcoming in Birmingham Arts Journal, Clockwise Cat, Snapdragon, felan, The Ghazal Page, Red Savina Review, Better Than Starbucks, Poetry Quarterly, Bindweed Magazine, The Skinny Poetry Journal, Abyss & Apex Magazine, The Avocet, and vox poetica. He lives in Broken Arrow, OK.
Stephen Lodge is a wandering minstrel from London now based in Singapore. He is responsible for a number of published short stories, plays and skits, poems/lyrics and has co-written a film screenplay. Steve has done some acting on TV, in the theatre and in independent films. He is in a band and as done some comedy improv.
Kim Mannix is a Pushcart Prize nominated poet and fiction writer from Sherwood Park, Alberta. Her background in journalism and lifelong love of dark fiction means she spends much of her time pondering the nature of horror, both real and imagined. You can find her online at her blog www.makesmesodigress.com or on Twitter @KimMannix.
Carl lives in northern England with his family and his writing concentrates mainly on short stories and flash fiction, usually embedded in horror, crime and science fiction. Carl also writes wargaming blogs and articles, as well as painting wargaming figures to order and owning a small village shop.