Paying to Die
The Fat Man
The Black Box
Jenna Moquin’s work has previously been featured in Horrorbound, Macabre Cadaver, and Inkitt. Her novel Deluded Blood was published in 2012, and she is currently working on a sequel and putting together a book of short stories while residing in New England.
Frank Dougherty is a writer of both fiction and nonfiction whose work has appeared in publications as disparate as Pilot, Motor Boating, The Rampallian, Heater, and Romance Magazine. He prefers not to be labeled with a specific genre, although crime is a frequent subject in his writing based on his experience as a forensic psychologist in law enforcement.
Sidney Williams is the author of eight traditionally published novels. Midnight Eyes, a dark crime thriller, was issued by Crossroad Press as an original ebook and audiobook. Another thriller, Dark Hours, will be released soon in paper and ebook formats from Crossroad. His short stories have appeared in Cemetery Dance, Hot Blood, Under the Fang, and other publications. His work has also appeared recently online in DM du Jour, and he has written two serials, an erotic Lovecraftian tale and a dark fantasy pirate adventure, for Paper Tape Magazine. He has also written a number of comic book scripts, including The Dusk Society.
Jake Cesarone is a part-time writer of genre fiction, including science fiction, mystery, fantasy, and horror. In real life, he is a mild-mannered engineering professor at a small school in Chicago, but by night, he sits down at his 1908 Underwood #3 and bangs out pages and pages of portentous prose and pretentious pabulum. He enjoys photography, architecture, movies, gangsters, and ghosts. Although he is fond of travel, there are several Caribbean countries he can no longer visit due to a price on his head.
Michael Welsh has a BFA in screenwriting and has won several screenwriting awards, including Best Student Film from the Asheville Cinema Festival and Best Regional Feature at MonsterCon. He has had short fiction published in small anthologies and Creative Loafing Charlotte’s flash fiction contest.
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