Andrew is an autistic high school English teacher in Virginia, where he lives with his wife and two daughters. He writes science fiction, horror, and fantasy. His previous work has appeared in Cosmic Horror Monthly, as well as an upcoming issue of Abyss and Apex.
Andrew Kozma’s fiction has been published in Escape Pod, Daily Science Fiction, Antipodean SF, and Analog. His book of poems, City of Regret (Zone 3 Press, 2007), won the Zone 3 First Book Award, and his second poetry book, Orphanotrophia, was published in 2021 by Cobalt Press.
Andrey Pissantchev is a Bulgarian writer based in Leeds, UK, where he shares a house with his girlfriend and a cat that barely even exists. You can read more of his work at his website: https://write.as/andrey-p/
Anna Dallara is a speculative and literary fiction author from Raleigh, North Carolina. Her publications include "The Valley of Ashes," winner of Jerry Jazz Musician's annual short fiction contest, and poems in the Heron Clan poetry anthologies. Anna holds a Master’s of Information Science from the University of North Carolina, where she wrote her thesis on applications for artificial intelligence. She blogs about technology and society at annadallara.wordpress.com.
Anton Cancre is waaaaaay too obsessed with all of the Silent Hill games, weirdo italian movies and poop. Hence, the poetry collections, THIS STORY DOESN'T END THE WAY WE WANT ALL THE TIME, MEANINGLESS CYCLES IN A VICIOUS GLASS PRISON and HAIPOO: 7 POOSPECTIVES IN POOETRY. They also run the Spec Griot Garage podcast (specgriotgarage.podbean.com) where they get to gush over other people's poems with cool folks. antoncancre.blogspot.com is not riddled with viruses, they promise.
Austin Shirey's fiction has appeared in (or is forthcoming in) The Saturday Evening Post, Silver Blade, Orca, All Worlds Wayfarer, Stonecoast Review, and in select anthologies from Eerie River Publishing. When he’s not busy writing, he’s probably reading or enjoying time with his wife, Sarah, their daughters, and cats at home in Northern Virginia. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Lindenwood University.
Avra Margariti is a queer Social Work undergrad from Greece. She enjoys storytelling in all its forms and writes about diverse identities and experiences. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Flash Fiction Online, The Forge Literary, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, SmokeLong Quarterly, and other venues. Avra won the 2019 Bacopa Literary Review prize for fiction. You can find her on Twitter @avramargariti.
Belicia Rhea was born under a waning crescent moon in the Sonoran Desert. She writes horror, weird fiction, and poetry. You can find her at beliciarhea.com and read more of her work published in or forthcoming from Nightmare Magazine, Dark Dispatch, and Ghost Orchid Press, among other places.