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Michael Just

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writes book-length and short fiction in the genres of literary, mainstream/contemporary, mystery/suspense, thriller, science fiction, fantasy, and horror. He is a former attorney, actor, psychotherapist, and adjunct professor with an amateur …

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David Lott

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is a writer and musician who grew up in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. His collection of linked stories, Back in Brookford, has received advance critical praise and will be published later this year. …

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Simina Lungu

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 Simina Lungu is the author of a children’s fantasy novel and of several short stories published in places such as Night Picnic, The Scarlet Leaf, and Dark Fire Fiction. Those …

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Pablo Mendez

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is originally from Venezuela and came to the U.S. to pursue a graduate degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. In his free time, he enjoy watching sports (particularly tennis and …

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Th. Metzger

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Called “the Poet Laureate of the Burnt Over District,” Th. Metzger has been working the Maximum Weirdness turf for 40 years. He’s published eight novels (five under the name Leander …

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Frank Morin

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is a storyteller, an outdoor enthusiast, and an eager traveler. He is the author of fast-paced grab-you-by-the-eyeballs-and-don’t-let-go adventures, including The Petralist, his epic teen fantasy series, full of explosive magic, …

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Emmet O’Cuana

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writes comics and fiction about strange and silly things. He lives in Melbourne, Australia and co-hosts the Hopscotch Friday podcast with Stevie O’Cuana. He was a finalist in the 2020 …

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David Penn

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David Penn’s stories have been published in the magazines Midnight Street, Hellfire Crossroads, Whispers of Wickedness and Theaker’s Quarterly, and the Midnight Street Press anthology Strange Days (2020). Under his …

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