Currently: Valley of the Dead by Kim Paffenroth--and I'm loving it. More later.
C.D. Brinker is a graduate of Wright State University with a B.A. in Philosophy and English: Creative Writing. He spends most of his time contemplating the letter W and its similar disfigurement to the letter V, yet its uncanny phonetic-resemblance to the letter U, while seemingly consisting of three syllables. How this has gone unnoticed by the rest of the world is utter madness! He hides at http://chadwick-brinker.blogspot.com where he deals with being an amateur writer and musician (with drum videos!). His first publications in the short story market are forthcoming from Bards and Sages Quarterly and Title Goes Here: dated for spring.
Gef Fox is an avid fan of dark fiction, both in his reading and his writing. You can visit his blog, Wag The Fox, where he reviews books and films--even discussing his own stories from time to time. Currently he has stories in Shadows of the Emerald City (Northern Frights Publishing) and Zero Gravity(Pill Hill Press), with upcoming stories through Library of Horror and Blood Bound Books. He lives in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Brady Golden writes less than he ought to and reads way too much. His taste is impeccable. Find him in the real world in Oakland, California, and online at brady-golden.com.
T.J. McIntyre writes from his busy household in central Alabama. He maintains a website here: http://southernweirdo.
Aaron Polson would live in his basement if the rest of the family would let him. The short story is his favorite mode of reading and writing. Crack open his skull and peek inside at aaronpolson.blogspot.com.
Daniel Powell teaches a variety of writing courses at a small college in Northeast Florida. He is an avid outdoorsman and long distance runner, and he enjoys fishing the tidal creeks of Duval County from atop his kayak. He shares a small home near the Intracoastal Waterway with his wife, Jeanne, and his daughter, Lyla. His fiction has appeared in Redstone Science Fiction, Brain Harvest, Well Told Tales, Leading Edge Magazine, Something Wicked, and Everyday Weirdness. His web journal The Byproduct is a forum for the discussion of speculative storytelling.
Rich Sampson is an art school drop out with more comic books than is healthy for a man of his age. He tries, unsuccessfully, to alternate his time between writing, drawing and reading. Some say there is a graphic novel in his future, others just point and laugh. Visit his blog for scribbles of both varieties: www.rich-sampson.blogspot.com
Deborah Walker is a writer and poet living in London. Find her in the British Museum trawling the past for future inspiration. A list of her publications can be found at http://