Edward Morris is a 2011 nominee for the Pushcart Prize in Literature, also nominated for the 2009 Rhysling Award and the 2005 British Science Fiction Association Award. His short stories have appeared in four languages and over a hundred and thirty worldwide markets, including Interzone, The Lovecraft Ezine, and Celaeno Press’ In the Court of the Yellow King. He lives and works in Portland, Oregon as a writer and bouncer, soon to be a Graduate English student.
Christine Morgan works the overnight shift in a psychiatric facility, which plays havoc with her sleep schedule but allows her a lot of writing time. A lifelong reader, she also reviews, beta-reads, occasionally edits and dabbles in self-publishing. Her other interests include gaming, history, superheroes, crafts, cheesy disaster movies and training to be a crazy cat lady. She can be found online at www.christine-morgan.org
Glynn Owen Barrass lives in the North East of England and has been writing since late 2006. He has written over a hundred short stories, most of which have been published in the UK, USA, France, and Japan.
He also edits anthologies for Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu fiction line, also writing material for their flagship roleplaying game. To date he has edited the collections Eldritch Chrome, Steampunk Cthulhu, Atomic Age Cthulhu, for Chaosium, and World War Cthulhu for Dark Regions Press.
His fiction appearances include: ‘Alien Architecture (The Drabbler 16),’ ‘Alien Sex Secrets,’ ‘Alternate Dimensions, ‘Bard,’ ‘Beautiful Scruffiness,’ ‘Bound For Evil,’ ‘Candlelight: Volume 1 & 2,’ ‘Climate Change (The Drabbler 19), ‘Crossed Genres,’ ‘Deathbed Confessions (The Drabbler 20)’ ‘Denizens of Darkness,’ ‘D.O.A. Extreme Horror Collection,’ ‘E’ch Pi El,’ Eldritch Chrome, ‘Ethereal Tales,’ ‘Full Metal Orgasm,’ ‘Full-Throttle Space Tales: Space Horrors,’ ‘Fungi,’ ‘Garbaj,’ ‘Ghostlight,’ Kizuna: Fiction For Japan, ‘Like Frozen Statues of Flesh,’ ‘Lovecraft’s Disciples,’ ‘Made You Flinch,’ ‘M-Brane SF Magazine,’ ‘Monomyth,’ ‘Murky Depths,’ ‘Nesting (The Drabbler 21),’ ‘Sorcerers of Zandor,’ ‘Startling Space Stories,’ ‘Strange Detective Stories,’ ‘Strange Sorcery,’ ‘Tales of the Weird West,’ ‘Tales of the Talisman,’ ‘Ténèbres,’ ‘Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction,’ ‘The Lovecraft eZine,’ The Mountains of Madness, ‘The Shadows of the Unknown,’ ‘The Phantom of Truth,’ ‘Thrilling Tales,’ ‘Title Goes Here,’ Two Against Darkness, Undead and Unbound, Urban Cthulhu: Nightmare Cities, ‘Weird City,’ ‘The Yellow Sign’ and ‘Yog’s Notebook.’
Details of his latest fiction appearances can be found at Stranger Aeons: The Domain of Writer Glynn Barrass.
Jeffrey Thomas is the author of such books as Punktown, Deadstock, Blue War, Monstrocity, and Letters from Hades. Another King in Yellow story set in his milieu of Punktown can be found in the collection Voices from Punktown. In the works from Miskatonic River Press/Chronicle City is a role-playing game based upon the Punktown universe.
Thomas’ blog can be found at http://punktalk.punktowner.com.
Gary McMahon is the acclaimed author of nine novels and several short story collections. His latest novel releases are Beyond Here Lies Nothing (the third in the acclaimed Concrete Grove series, published by Solaris), a short story collection titled Where You Live, and The Bones of You (a supernatural mystery published by Earthling Publications), and his short fiction has been reprinted in various “Year’s Best” volumes.
Stephen Mark Rainey is author of the novels Balak, The Lebo Coven, Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark (with Elizabeth Massie), Blue Devil Island, The Nightmare Frontier, and The Monarchs; five short story collections; over 100 published works of short fiction; and several DARK SHADOWS audio productions, which feature members of the original ABC-TV series cast.
For ten years, Mark edited the award-winning DEATHREALM magazine and has edited several anthologies, including Deathrealms, Song of Cthulhu, and Evermore. He is an avid geocacher, which frequently takes him to fascinating places—many of them quite creepy. Mark lives in Greensboro, NC.
Visit him on the web at www.stephenmarkrainey.com.
Brian M. Sammons has been writing reviews on all things horror for more years than he’d care to admit. Wanting to give other critics the chance to ravage his work for a change, he has penned a few short stories that have appeared in such anthologies as Arkham Tales, Horrors Beyond, Monstrous, Dead but Dreaming 2, Horror for the Holidays, Twisted Legends, The Mountains of Madness, Deepest Darkest Eden, and others.
He has edited the anthologies including Cthulhu Unbound 3, Undead & Unbound, Eldritch Chrome, Edge of Sundown, Steampunk Cthulhu,
World War Cthulhu
, and The Dark Rites of Cthulhu. For the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game he wrote the book Secrets, has contributed to both Keeper’s Companions, wrote a companion scenario for the Keeper’s Screen, and has had scenarios in Strange Aeons 2, Atomic Age Cthulhu, Island of Ignorance, Punktown, and Doors to Darkness. He is currently far too busy for any sane man. For more about Brian, you can find his infrequently updated webpage at http://brian_sammons.webs.com or follow him on Twitter @BrianMSammons
William Meikle is a Scottish writer, now living in Canada, with twenty novels published in the genre press and over 300 short story credits in thirteen countries. His work has appeared in a number of professional anthologies and magazines. He lives in Newfoundland with whales, bald eagles and icebergs for company. When he’s not writing he drinks beer, plays guitar and dreams of fortune and glory.
He can be reached via his website at http://www.williammeikle.com/.
Pete Rawlik has been collecting Lovecraftian fiction for forty years. In 2011 he decided to take his hobby of writing more seriously. He has since published more than twenty-five Lovecraftian stories and the novel Reanimators, a labor of love about life, death and the undead in Arkham during the early twentieth century. A sequel, The Weird Company, was released in the fall of 2014. He lives in Royal Palm Beach, Florida, with his wife and three children. Despite the rumors he is not now and never has been a resident of Kingsport.
Robert M. Price, a fan of H.P. Lovecraft since the Lancer paperback collections of 1967 appeared, began writing scholarly articles ands humorous pieces on HPL and the Cthulhu Mythos in 1981. His celebrated semi-pro zine Crypt of Cthulhu began as a quarterly fanzine for the Esoteric Order of Dagon Amateur Press Association in 1981 and made it to 109 issues. In 1990 he began editing Mythos anthologies for Fedogan & Bremer and Chaosium, Inc. and still does! His fiction has been collected in Blasphemies and Revelations.