Ezekiel Kincaid resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with his wife, four children, and two dogs. When he’s not working, writing horror, or doting on his family, he likes to train in martial arts. The only other language he is fluent in is sarcasm. For fun, Zeke enjoys watching people get in socially awkward circumstances. He hates cat videos but loves watching wrestling promos from the 80’s. You can keep up with his writing here. https://ezekielkincaid.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ezekethefreak/ https://twitter.com/ezekethefreak
Feind Gottes [Fee-nd Gotz] is the horror writing, metal loving founder of the website Thy Demons Be Scribblin. Feind began writing in 2012 merely to see if he could, soon falling in love with creating so one story became two and so on. Currently Feind has stories published in five anthologies with five more due for release in 2018 along with numerous short stories, poems and flash fiction available free on his website. In 2017 Feind placed in the Top Ten in The Next Great Horror Writer Contest sponsored by HorrorAddicts.net later winning the 2017 Vincent Price Scariest Writer Award from Tell-Tale Publishing for his story Vacuity which will be featured in TTP’s 2018 horror anthology. 2018 will also mark the publication of Feind’s first solo release when Hellbound Books publishes his novella, Essence Asunder. Lastly, Feind won the Dark Chapter Press Prize 2016 novel writing contest with the first draft of his first novel, Piece It All Back Together, which is currently being edited for publication by a publisher to be determined. All published works can be found on Feind’s Amazon page with many more coming soon!
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Taryn Hook lives and writes near Honolulu, Hawaii where she enjoys studying Hawaiian myths and legends. Her works have appeared in a variety of publications, including Hadrosaur Tales, Steel Caves, 69 Flavors of Paranoia, Horrorfind, the Writing Disorder, Abstract Jam, and Zahir.
Steve Carr began his writing career as a military journalist and has had over ninety short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals and anthologies. His plays have been produced in several American states. He was a 2017 Pushcart Prize nominee. He lives in Richmond, Virginia and writes full time. He is on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012966314127 and Twitter @carrsteven960.
Mark Andersen lives under the couch cushions in an abandoned house in the woods. He doesn't like cats.
Roy Bishop's fiction has previously appeared in the Caravel Literary Journal, The Simple Things Anthology from Lycan Valley, and CCQ #5. He resides in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Punk-singer, Cartoonist, Comedian, Writer.
After school, Ough attended several colleges in pursuit of a horticultural qualification. Once qualified, he ended up in a career as a landscape operative and cleaner.
Eventually, tides turned on Ough and he decided to follow his dreams of being an author. Once affiliated with Serealities, his first book was eventually published and he spent the next few years working on his novels Poppy's Proposal and Time To Turn Back.
Currently living in the garden of England, Ough resides with his wife, youngest daughter, a grumpy Yorkshire Terrier, loving chocolate Labrador and four cats who do nothing but eat and whine.
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Josh Williams started writing in elementary school and never stopped. He used to write about dragons and knights, but he moved on to darker things as he grew. Recently graduated from college, he is finding job searching to be scarier than anything he's written.
John King is a screenwriter with an Associate’s Degree in Theater from the College of Southern Maryland currently working on a Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing from Full Sail University. His short story “How Did It Come to This?” was published by Story Shack Magazine in October of 2017. He was a former member of the RiverTowne Players theater. He assisted in the production of community theater shows Bugsy Malone, Seussical the Musical and Into the Woods. When he’s not writing, he’s discussing his characters and plotlines with his dog Lizzie.
N.D. Coley currently serves as an instructor of English at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Community College of Allegheny County, and the University of Phoenix. In his spare time, he laments the human condition, reads satire and dark, depressing literature, plays with his son, irritates is wife, and tries to keep a smile on his face. His work has recently appeared in Near to the Knuckle, Deadlights Horror Fiction Magazine, the Indiana Voice Journal, Corner Bar Magazine, Massacre Magazine, and Funny in Five Hundred.
Steve Carr began his writing career as a military journalist and has had short stories published in Double Feature, Tigershark Magazine, The Wagon Magazine, CultureCult Magazine, Fictive Dream, Bento Box, Ricky's Back Yard, Visitant Literary Journal, The Drunken Llama, Sick Lit Magazine, Literally Stories, Noise Medium, Door is a Jar, Viewfinder, The Spotty Mirror and in the Dystopia/Utopia Anthology by Flame Tree Publishing, the 100 Voices Volume II anthology by Centum Press, the Winter's Grasp anthology by Fantasia Divinity Magazine and the Neighbors anthology by Zimbell House Publishing, among others. He has stories scheduled for publication in the Unbound III – Broken Chains anthology by daowen publications, the Waiting For a Kiss anthology by Fantasia Divinity Magazine, Centum Press 100 Tails Anthology and 67 Anthology. His plays have been produced in several states including Arizona, Missouri and Ohio. He is a 2017 Pushcart Prize nominee.
Gordon Brown grew up in the deserts of Syria and now lives in the deserts of Nevada. Since his arrival in the New World, his work has appeared in Danse Macabre, The Haunted Traveler, Tales to Terrify, and The Golden Key. Gordon spends his time looking after his cats, of which he has none.