James S Dorr - Atoms
James Dorr's cat, Wednesday, is a gray and black tabby named for
Wednesday Addams of The Addams Family and whose favorite toy
is a plastic fake spider. Indiana resident Dorr also has a short story
and poetry collection, Strange Mistresses: Tales of Wonder and Romance,
published by Dark Regions Press with another, Darker Loves: Tales
of Mystery and Regret, due later this year.
Steimle - Work is Hell
My peculiar fiction has appeared most recently in Black Petals,
Tales of the Talisman, MudRock: Stories & Tales, and Nova
Science Fiction Magazine. Ive gone back to schoolevidence
of the subconscious masochist in me, I thinkand I hold down six
other jobs to pay the bills. Im cursed and blessed with an artists
mind. Im sure you understand.
Christopher DelGuercio - The Mythic
L. Christopher DelGuercio currently lives outside of Syracuse, New York
with his wife, Melissa, and cat Scout. He attended college in upstate
New York and teaches at a local elementary school. His passion for storytelling
originated as a child watching science fiction films from the 50s
as well as watching all manner of things in his head. He notes that
satirical commentary and humor are much neglected aspects in todays
speculative fiction market and he dips into this rich well with The
Emdy -Godiva's Rogues
My name is Paralee Emdy, I am a senior in High School this year.
I love to write and draw, on the side I have the minor dream to possibly
self publish this book of mine, Godiva's Rogues. I have written
two other books, can't say I'm proud of them. I started writing when
I was a freshman in HS.
Dillon - The Blackthorn Mirror
G.C. Dillon is a Connecticut resident by birth, a computer programmer
by training, and a writer by inclination. He has had several stories
published on quantummuse.com over the last six years, as well as aphelion-webzine.com,
deep-magic.net, scribaltales.com and scifidimensions.com. When he is
not engrossed in legacy COBOL, Java, Python or PL/SQL, he likes to shoot
off his mouth at various Internet forums under the nom-de-plume (nom-de-ordinateur?)
Voorhis - Tar Heel Dead
Calie Voorhis is a life-long science fiction and fantasy fan, a
self-avowed geek, and a 2006 Odyssey graduate.
Boyd- Train in Vain
Jenny Boyd is a frustrated music fan who often pondered the question,
"Why did the band start to suck once they got popular?" and
decided to explore it.