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Jonas David

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is a writer and editor at Lucent Dreaming magazine, and lives in the Seattle area with his wife and cats. His stories have appeared in Fireside Fiction, Daily Science Fiction, …

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Helen De Cruz

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is the holder of the Danforth Chair in the Humanities at Saint Louis University, Missouri. She is author and editor of several books, including Philosophy Through Science Fiction Stories (with Johan …

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DC Diamondopolous

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DC Diamondopolous is an award-winning short story, and flash fiction writer with over 275 stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals, and anthologies. DC’s stories have appeared …

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Helena Edge

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is an author of young adult as well as supernatural and horror fiction. She has published two short stories (Expecting and The Man with the Light in His Eyes), both …

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James Ensor

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(1860-1949) Belgian painter: surrealist, impressionist, fauve or symbolist, depending on who you ask. A unique sensibility and indispensable point of reference for mapping the modern soul.

Mark Everglade

has spent his life as a sociologist, studying conflict on all levels of society. An avid reader of science fiction, he takes both its warnings, and opportunities for change, to …

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Evan Fowler

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born into perpetual exile 1954, Ramstein A.F.B., Germany, now lives in Round Rock, Texas, and wishes to grow old in Norway.  Some of his digital art is available on the …

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Caroline Golden

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is known for her dimensional, multi-layered hand-cut paper collages and assemblages. Her work, influenced by original fairy tales and fables, has been shown in galleries since 1998, including a one-woman …

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John Grey

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John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident. Recently published in Sin Fronteras, Dalhousie Review and Qwerty with work upcoming in Plainsongs, Willard and Maple and Connecticut River Review.

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