Dane Osborne is a writer from Eastern Kentucky. He is a self educated man who happens to have an interest in both words and people as well as the bizarre and chaotic results that occur whenever those two things are mixed together. His writings have previously appeared in Cafe Musings, U, Laurel County Free Press, and Antilachian Poets.
Alex Nodopaka originated in Ukraine-Russia in 1940. Studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Casablanca, Morocco. Full time author, artist in the USA. His interests in the visual arts and literature are widely multi-cultural. However, he considers his past irrelevant as he seeks new reincarnations in IFC and Sundance movies.
Craig Podmore is from Manchester, UK. erbacce-Press published his first book, I Am a Gun in 2009 and his second collection entitled The Abattoir Heavens and The Holy Ghost back in mid 2010. His first full-length poetry collection with NeoPoiesis Press, Love Notes From A Soldier’s Diary was released in the summer of 2011. Another full-length poetry collection entitled The Hell in Me, the Hell in You was released with S A M Publishing January 2012. His material has also appeared in Horror, Sleaze, Trash, Sex and Murder Magazine, Drunken Absurdity, Gutter Eloquence, Sugar Mule, Meat Songs, Mad Rush, Danse Macabre, The Scottish Poetry Review etc…
Holly Day is a housewife and mother of two living in Minneapolis, Minnesota who teaches needlepoint classes in the Minneapolis school district. Her poetry has recently appeared in Hawai’i Pacific Review, The Oxford American, and Slipstream, and she is a recent recipient of the Sam Ragan Poetry Prize from Barton College. Her book publications include Music Composition for Dummies, Guitar-All-in-One for Dummies, and Music Theory for Dummies, which has recently been translated into French, Dutch, Spanish, Russian, and Portuguese.
Jacob Gerstel lives in California and discovered his love for writing while he was in high school. Although he usually focuses on darker short stories, he also writes about anything else that catches his fancy (including the occasional poem). When he isn’t reading or writing, he’s either learning about history, arguing about politics, or practicing improvisational comedy. His work has been published in The Horror Zine. He’s nineteen and is currently attending a community college, majoring in English and History. He hopes to transfer to a university within a year.
Vince O’Connor has been a published writer since 4th grade, when his poem about protozoa was first published. Over the years he has published poetry in various print and online publications, as well as publishing computer articles, training material for various organizations, technical manuals for software companies, and a play, “Nearly Departed,” published by Players Press.
Abigail Wyatt was born in Essex but now lives and works in the shadow of Carn Brea in Cornwall. She writes mainly poetry and short fiction and, since 2008, her writings have been featured in more than sixty outlets. This week, her work has appeared in ‘Words with JAM’, ‘Poetry 24’ and ‘One Million Stories’ which will shortly be publishing her collection of short fiction, ‘Old Soldiers, Old Bones and Other Stories’. Abigail’s second poetry collection, ‘Moths and NIghtjars’, is now available on Amazon for Kindle and she has recently been awarded first price in the Lisa Thompson Poetry Competition which covers the he whole of the South West of England, Abigail enjoys performing her work at The Melting Pot, Krowji, The Bespoken Word, Penzance, and The Unplugged Chameleon, St Ives.