Brian Craddock writes both horror and urban speculative fiction, and is the winner of the 2017 Australian Shadows Awards for Long Fiction.
Shawn Cropley writes stories that make readers want to keep the lights on.
A little sci-fi, a little mystery, a little humor, a lot of horror.
Historical fantasy, science fiction, horror, and, usually, a mix of all three.
SciFi, Fantasy, Horror, & Cats
Award-winning ecofantasy and near future science fiction, often with stand-up comedy, art galleries, and aliens.
Sandy DeLuca, author of dark and surreal fiction.
Katharine Dion writes fiction about the unordinary qualities of ordinary life and the difficulty of finding a language big enough for our feelings.
Ashley Dioses inscribes incantations of Gothic, weird, and fantastical bewitchment through her metrical poetry and prose.
Divya writes speculative fiction that explores the intersection of "what if" with relationships.