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E. E. King
rnrnrnrnE.E. King is a performer, writer, biologist and painter. Ray Bradbury says King’s stories “…are marvelously inventive, wildly funny and deeply thought provoking. I cannot recommend them highly enough.” rnHer books include Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife and Another Happy Ending. rnThe New Short Fiction Series, Los Angeles’ longest running spoken word series, launched her first anthology, “Real Conversations With Imaginary Friends” sponsored by Barnes & Noble. rn King has won numerous awards and is published widely. She’s worked with children in Bosnia, crocodiles in Mexico, frogs in Puerto Rico, egrets in Bali, Mushrooms in Montana, archaeologists in Spain and butterflies in South Central Los Angeles.rnhttp://www.elizabetheveking.comrnhttps://twitter.com/evieevekingrnhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/EE-Kingrnrn
Eckelkamp, John
Finegold, Robert
Robert B Finegold, MD is a radiologist in Maine who began as an English Creative Writing major with a love of Jewish mysticism and folklore. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/robertbfinegold/
Frajman, Eduardo
Frazier, Taryn
Taryn Frazier writes speculative and contemporary fiction about strange people, places, and things. Her short fiction is published or forthcoming in Apex Magazine, Mysterion, Daily Science Fiction, Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores. Her poetry is forthcoming in Eye to the Telescope and Lighten Up. After logging 21 residences on 2 continents, she now lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, small-batch artisanal children, and requisite cat. Find out more at tarynfrazier.com.
Friedel, Caroline
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Fulda, Nancy
Gallagher, Siobhan
Siobhan Gallagher is a wannabe zombie slayer, currently residing in the Forever City. Her fiction has appeared in over thirty publications, including AE - The Canadian Science Fiction Review, On Spec, PodCastle, Abyss & Apex, and Unidentified Funny Objects anthology.
Grasso, Joshua
Joshua Grasso is a professor of English at a small university in Oklahoma, where he teaches classes in British and World literature (the older, the better). Besides publishing widely on some of his favorite authors (Defoe, Fielding, M.R. James, T.H. White), he has written four indie novels and has recently published stories in Apparition Lit, Broadswords and Blasters, Magissa: An Anthology of Fantasy, and Manwaker Studio's Flash Fiction Podcast.
Gray, David
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Guhl, Kevin
Gunasekara, Tc
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Guthridge, George
Hugo finalist and twice Nebula finalist; co-winner, Bram Stoker for year's best horror novel. Grand prize winner, screenplay competition of the Las Vegas International Film Festival. Internationally honored for work with indigenous cognition and Alaska Native youth.
M. E. Garber
Itinerant speculative fiction writer M. E. Garber currently lives near Orlando, Florida, with her husband and their extremely photogenic dog. She occasionally blogs at http://megarber.wordpress.com, and tweets pics of said dog @m_e_garber13
Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki
Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki is an award winning African speculative fiction writer and editor from Nigeria. He won the 2019 Nommo award with his short story The Witching Hour, published in Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores, the 2020 HWA Diversity Grant, the 2020 Otherwise award and the 2021 British Fantasy award. rnrnHe has been a finalist in the Nebula, Locus, BSFA, Sturgeon, Nommo and This Is Horror awards and is a member of the African Speculative Fiction Society, the BFS, BSFA, the HWA and SFWA.







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