David M. Hoenig
L. P. Melling
David M. Hoenig is a practicing physician for whom fiction writing is a “second career.” He recently won a fiction contest hosted by Espec Books with his story “Ride Into Legend” and placed third in a contest overseen by Morning Rain Publishing with “Madness is in the Eye of the Beholder.” He has had multiple horror and science fiction stories accepted for anthologies published by Horrified Press, including “Asteroid Christmas,” “Win Some, Lose Some,” “Salted Earth,” “The Boy Who Was A Snow Owl,” and “Rough Adolescence.” His noir detective/cosmic horror fusion story was accepted by NonBinary Review for its King in Yellow anthology.
Joachim Heijndermans is a freelance artist and writer currently living in the Netherlands.
Benson Branch, a retired software engineer, has previously been published in Nebula Rift and has also contributed to Isotropic Fiction. His Twitter handle is @BensonBranch and he maintains a blog at http://anothersideofthislife.blogspot.com.
L. P. Melling has previously been published in Sci Phi Journal and has won short story competitions in the past in high school and college. He lives in London and leads a boring double life of legal and financial work when he is unable to write. He obtained a degree in English and philosophy before training as a solicitor. Currently, when not being emotionally blackmailed by his dog for food, he is working on his first fantasy novel, which should be published later this year.
D. Avraham started his writing career as a freelance writer for the Daily News Herald, The Cleveland Jewish News, and several other local publications. He was also a weekly columnist for New York’s Jewish Press. He is the author of the fantasy novel The Shepherd King Chronicles: Foundation Stone (Beith David Publishing, 2010). The second novel in the series is due out soon. He is also the author of a spy thriller, Off-Wire (Lulu 2014), and the author and illustrator of a children’s book, Squared (beith David Publishing 2013). D. has written numerous short stories and poems. Some of his work can be found on his blog at davraham.com.
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