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Trey R. Barker

Trey R Barker

Trey R. Barker is the author of the Jace Salome series (Slow Bleed and the forthcoming East of the Sun) as well as the critically acclaimed Barefield novels (2,000 Miles to Open Road, Exit Blood, and Death is Not Forever). He grew up in the desert of West Texas and much of his writing focuses on the area. With more than a decade of law enforcement experience, he has a number of specialties, including crisis negotiation and investigating on­line child sexual exploitation.

Christian Chiakulas

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Christian Chiakulas was born in Chicago, IL. He studied Fiction Writing at Columbia College and now lives just outside the city with his wife Amber, daughter Kairi, and cat Inky. Follow him on Twitter (@ChrisChiakulas).

Madeline McEwen

Madeline McEwen

Madeline McEwen is an ex-pat from the UK, bi-focaled and technically challenged. She and her Significant Other manage their four offspring, one major and three minors, two autistic, two neurotypical, plus a time-share with Alzheimer’s. Otherwise, she has her nose in a book and her fingers on the keyboard.

Tom J. Perrin

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Tom J. Perrin is a published short story writer, aspiring novelist and poet. He graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2013, from the School of Arts and Humanities. His work has appeared in The J.J. Outré Review as well as Heater and Romance Magazines, amongst other publications and various websites. When he’s not writing, he works for a social integration charity.

Stephen Gereg


Stephen Gereg is an American who has lived in Glasgow, Scotland for some years. Even in high school, he always wanted to write fiction that people would enjoy, think about and wonder. Back then, he planned a nostalgic baseball fantasy novel. Unfortunately because of military service, employment in many different areas, marriage and children, it was not written for almost fifty years! After it was completed, he’d written two other novels and many novellas, stories and screenplays. Although his ‘key’ is in speculative fiction,  he has ‘variations’ in crime,  thrillers, historical fiction, parody, romance, fantasy and humor aiming to produce a ‘sonata’ in words to entertain and delight the audience.

Michael Saad

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Michael Saad is a full time teacher who, when not lesson planning or marking, tries to squeeze in fictional writing as a past-time to keep him from hounding government officials on education, health care, the economy, and the environment.   He is happily married to his wife Jodi, and together they have two wonderful children.  They reside in Alberta, Canada where Mike can escape to the mountainous Provincial Parks for seclusion from his semi-frequent disillusionment of provincial, federal, and international politics.  Once there, Mike finds extreme delight in his regular discourse with the various ghosts and goblins he encounters in the vast forests.

Mike’s other previously published works have appeared in Orange Magazine, Open Minds Quarterly, B.C. Historical News, Halfway Down the Stairs, Nil Desperandum, Heater Magazine, Fiction-on-the-Web, Under the Bed, eFiction Magazine, SQ Mag, The Cross & the Cosmos, Youth Imagination Magazine, and Non-Local Science Fiction Magazine.  His first novel – All the Devils Are Here – has just been released by Tumbleweed Books, an imprint of DAOwen Publications, earlier this Spring.

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