Know Thy Neighbor
Pretty When You Cry
The Man on Eklutna Lake
A fan of all things fantastical and frightening, Shannon Lawrence writes primarily horror and fantasy. Her flash fiction can be found in several anthologies, most recently Of Mist and Magic, and her horror short story “Sound Advice” will be in an upcoming issue of Bloodbond Magazine. When she’s not writing, she’s hiking through the wilds of Colorado and photographing her magnificent surroundings. You can find her at www.thewarriormuse.com.
Erica Ruppert lives in northern New Jersey, where she teaches and writes. She has previously been published in Rose Red Review, Caesura, and Bookends Review.
Craig Steven has been writing for as long as he’s been able to pick up a pen, but only recently has he begun taking it seriously as a future career. Since August 2014, he’s had pieces published with the likes of Darkstar Press and Aphelion, more upcoming with Tigershark Publications and Voluted Tales Press, and many more under consideration. Craig can be reached easily on his Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/writercraigsteven.
Michael Lindsay has served seventeen years in the United States Army, mostly with the Special Forces. He lives in Chugiak, Alaska, with his wife Marisa and four children: Liam, Evangeline, Danica and Esmarin. When not writing fiction, Michael works towards a Creative Writing degree, enjoys the outdoors and reads everything in sight. He’s just self-published his debut novel Clockwork Part I on Amazon. It is a story about man’s propensity towards reckless violence. Find more from Lindsay at TheWorldofMichaelLindsay.com
Vincent Anioke is an 18-year-old sophomore at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a Computer Science major, but can be found writing when not screaming bloodcurdling expletives at non-functioning code. He has been published in Nigeria by Acena Ventures. He is one of MIT’s official student bloggers. His MIT blogs can be found at: http://mitadmissions.org/blogs/author/vincent
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