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CJ Jessop
CJ Jessop lives and writes in the north of England with her husband and army of cat. Yes, just one. Look, you have to start somewhere.
David Far
David Far studied economics and philosophy. As a national champion debater, he enjoyed discussing hypothetical worlds featuring wizards, robots and moral quandaries. Now he writes about those topics. David lives in New York City. He enjoys listening to his children spin stories from the secret places adults have almost forgotten. You can find out more at davidfarbeyond.com.rn
Rustad, Merc
Rutty, Lee
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Saunders, Vicki
Vicki Saunders lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest where you can’t see the houses for the trees. You can find other stories by her at Three-Lobed Burning Eye, and archived at Ideomancer. She distracts herself from writing by laying out publications and working for the Clarion West Writers Workshop.
Schlenz, Emmett
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Shipley, Jonathan
Jonathan Shipley, a member of Science Fiction Writers of America, writes short stories and novels in the genres of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. He was one of eight finalists in 2014 for the Washington Science Fiction Association's Small Press Award with a whimsical story about Hell, and also in 2014, the AFTER DEATH anthology where he was a contributing author won the 2014 Bram Stoker Award. With his list of short fiction publications happily over the five-dozen mark, his on-going goal is to find a publishing home for his nine novels that range in a vast story arc from Nazi occultism to vampires to futuristic space opera. A listing of his short fiction can be found at www.shipleyscifi.com/publishedworks.
Sklar, David
David Sklar lives in a cliffside cottage in Northern New Jersey, where he almost supports his family as a professional editor. His past publications include fiction in Nightmare and Strange Horizons, poetry in Stone Telling and Wormwood Review, and humor in Knights of the Dinner Table and McSweeney's Internet Tendency. He also produces the intertextual cartoon Poetry Crisis Line at poetrycrisis.org. You can find out more at davidsklar.blue
Stemple, Adam
My name is Adam Stemple and I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores. Less importantly, I have also published eight novels, two graphic novels, and over a dozen music books. I have won a Locus Award, two Minnesota Music Awards, and several poker tournaments.
Streett, Matthew
My story, Negotiations, draws from my own experience of working with various national cultures here in Europe, and its ideas and implications flow from my own background in surveillance and my current work with communications and electronics specialists. My most recent publication is the forthcoming short story, The Sous Chef, which has been accepted by Stupefying Stories. I have also published six academic and nonfiction articles, in addition to poetry and an academic nonfiction book through U.S. and international publishers. I hold a B.F.A. from the Writer's Workshop of the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Tanner, Tyra
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Tom, Laurie
Traverse, Melion
Melion Traverse lives with one spouse, two dogs and an acceptable amount of chaos. Some of Melion's other works have appeared in Scarlet Leaf Review and T. Gene Davis's Speculative Blog. Rarely in real life does Melion address Melion's self in the third person.
Van Hoof, Lawrence
Lawrence Van Hoof was born in the Netherlands and grew up in southwestern Ontario, Canada. His writing has appeared in the collection A Darke Phantastique. He can also be found, on occasion, in the background of films and TV shows for those who dare to look closely. His most recent adventure will take him to South Korea, where he teaches English and explores the many facets of kimchi.
VanDyke, Jared
Jared VanDyke is a former radio show host who traded the airwaves for careers in creative writing and library bookkeeping. While his publication history leans towards sci-fi, he is readily available for collaborating on fantasy, horror, and investigative projects. You can find him prancing about Twitter @WriteVanDyke - where he regularly shares writing market developments.

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