Editor/Writer/Web Developer: Timothy O. Goyette
Tim Goyette has lived in New Hampshire all of his life, except for an 8 year stint in California. He started writing at about age 40 and has been growing in the craft ever since.
Becky makes thing pretty, I work on the database back end.
Assistant Editor Michele Dutcher
Michele Dutcher lives in a carriage house in the Victorian Section of Louisville, KY USA. She has been writing Sci-fi for eight years, and has been published multiple times in webzines which include: Aphelion, Orionís Arm, Quantum Muse and Bewildering Stories. Michele has recently published her first ebook Ė the novel: Outrunning the Storm, available on Apple, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Diesel and Smashwords. There are links to all these markets on her website called Entry to All Things Dutcher:
Her novella, Heavenís Door, has been dead-tree published by Orionís Arm in the book: Against a Diamond Sky
Michele has a BS in Education and minors in Art, Sociology, and Theology, having made college the best decade of her life. She lives with one very good Border collie, two evil cats, and a rather depressed ghost named Tom. Michele is also the sole support of a 1990 Cutlass Supreme.
Staff Writer Harris Tobias
Harris Tobias lives and writes in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is the author of The Greer Agency, A Felony of Birds and dozens of short stories. His fiction has appeared in Ray Gun Revival, Dunesteef Audio Magazine, Literal Translations, FriedFiction, Down In The Dirt, Eclectic Flash, E Fiction and several other obscure publications. His poetry has appeared in Vox Poetica, The poem Factory and The Poetry Super Highway. You can find links to his fiction at:
Retired and living comfortably under assuned names
Writer/Assistant Editor/Web Developer: Jeromy Henry
Jeromy Henry has had over a dozen stories published in e-zines such as Fear and Trembling, Flagship, 365 Tomorrows, Defenestration, Wanderings, Daikaijuzine, and Quantum Muse. Though no one has offered to pay him large sums of money for his work, it could still happen. He's an optimist.
Jeromy graduated from Drury College in 1997 with degrees in English and Art. On discovering that he needed a real job to pay his student loans and eat, he went back to school and earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia College in 2005.
Besides writing, Jeromy designs card and board games, programs, draws, watches anime, reads sci-fi and fantasy, and tries to keep up with his two munchkins.
To view his stories and available books, visit his website:
Artist/Web Designer: Rebecca Kemp (Gallant), a.k.a The Web Goddess
Am not a ri-ter. Me color things. Make web site pretty.
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Writer/Editor: Michael Gallant
Michael Gallant was born in southern New Hampshire in 1968 to a wandering band of gypsies, tramps and thieves fleeing economic hardship and possible criminal prosecution in their native Massachusetts. This is hardly surprising as various ancestors had previously left France, Ireland, Scotland, Germany and Finland in haste, using affected accents and large false mustaches to avoid detection. To this day, Mike is most comfortable with his bags packed and one leg over the windowsill.
A mediocre student in high school, he somehow felt that enlistment in the United States Marine Corps followed by the earning of a Bachelor's degree in History at the University of New Hampshire would somehow improve his employment prospects. Predictably, he worked for five years for a municipal water department, installing and repairing meters in dark, musty, cramped basements and crawl spaces. Outside of Managment, he has yet to meet a snake or rat he didn't like. In August of 2000, he became a certified Emergency Medical Technician because he found it easier to deal with bloody trauma cases than small town politics.
He lives in Salem, New Hampshire with his lovely wife and two domestic cats, who - his wife assures him - are his, despite the fact that they look nothing like him. In his spare time he avoids creditors, brews his own beer, fences (with swords, not stolen goods, which is odd, given his ancestry), and provides editors with something to reject.