Bruce Boston is the author of 30 books and chapbooks, including the novel "Stained Glass Rain" and "best of" fiction collection "Masque of Dreams " (Wildside, 2001). His stories and poems have appeared in hundreds of publications, including Asimov's SF, Amazing Stories, Realms of Fantasy, Weird Tales, The Twilight Zone, Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, and five Nebula Awards anthologies. His fiction has received a Pushcart Prize and won the Best of Soft Sf Award. His poetry has received many awards, including the  Asimov  Readers Award, the Aboriginal SF Boomerang Award, and a record seven Rhysling Awards. In 1999 the Science Fiction Poetry Association honored him with the only Grand Master Award in its 22-year history. Some of his fiction is available at Fictionwise. His webpage is at Bruce Boston.

Melissa Mead is a writer from upstate New York who has had stories in The First Line and Parageography.

Marge Ballif Simon teaches art in Florida and free lances as a writer-poet-illustrator for genre and mainstream publications such as Nebula Awards 32, Strange Horizons,  Extremes, The Urbanite, Tomorrow Magazine of Speculative Fiction, Space & Time, Dreams & Nightmares,  Dark Regions, Fantasy Magazine, Speculon, EOTU, Tales of the Unanticipated, The Magazine of Speculative Poetry, and the anthologies, High Fantastic and Nebula Anthology 32. She is former president of the SF Poetry Association, edits a column for the HWA Newsletter, "Blood & Spades: Poets of the Dark Side," is HWA Membership Chairman. 
     Marge islisted in the Marquis Who's Who 2003. Her poetry collections include "Eonian Variations", Dark Regions Press, 1995  "Night Smoke", Miniature Sun Press, 2002 and "Artist of Antithesis", Miniature Sun Press, 2003. View more of her works or contact her for assignments at Margaret Ballif Simon.. She is the illustrator for the Bram Stoker winning EXTREMES 2 CD-ROM collection:  and illustrated this year's Best Poetry Collection, "Consumed, Reduced to Beautiful Grey Ashes" by Linda Addison. In addition to her solo work, Marge also collaborates with her husband, writer-poet Bruce Boston.  Their poems and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Strange Horizons, Dark Regions, Talebones, Dreams & Nightmares, Star*Line, and Fantasy Commentator. 

The second poetry collection from Mike Allen, "Petting the Time Shark and Other Poems", has just been released by DNA Publications. "Epochs in Exile: A Fantasy Trilogy," a poem he wrote with Charles Saplak that appeared in the February 2002 EOTU Ezine, won the 2003 Rhysling Award in the Long Poem category. Allen, who edits the poetry journal Mythic Delirium, lives in a small Virginia city with his wife Anita, two rambunctious dogs and a cranky old cat. For all things Mike visit his personal website, Descent Into The Light

L.A. Story Houry is a freelance writer, poet and weekly columnist for The Daily Corinthian (Corinth, Mississippi). In poetry and fiction, her work has appeared in Aoife's Kiss, The Martian Wave, The Fifth Di ..., The Transylvania Times, Expressions,, EOTU, Naked Snake Online and Aphelion. Her Horror/SciFi short story, "A NEW ORDER", appears in the new anthology "In The Outposts of Beyond" (Sam's Dot Publishing). She is the co-editor of the quarterly scifaiku magazine, Scifaikuest. She is the co-edited of two poetry anthologies, Random Planets: A Scifaiku Odyssey, and Unspeakable Limericks. 

 Kenny Klein  is a poet, musician, and photographer/graphics artist. He can play at your renaissance festival, design your website, and write something catchy to say about your choice of fashion. His site is Kenny Klein Design.

Steve Cartwright  "It's  well  known  that  an  artist  becomes  more  popular  by  dying,  so  I'm  typing  this  with  one  hand  while  pummeling  my  head  with  a  frozen  mackerel  with  the  other. I  have  been  staff  writer  and  artist  for  two  local  newspapers,  the  Atlanta  Suburban  Reporter  and  the  Fulton  County  News-Daily. I  do  art  and  graphic  design  in  Adobe  Photoshop,  please  view  some  at  my  website, Cartoons by Cartwright.  My  art  has  been  published  in  magazines  such  as  Georgia  Journal;  Poets,  Artists  &  Madmen;  Indigenous Fiction;  Liquid  Ohio;  Contraband;  In  the  Spirit  of  the  Buffalo;  Starblade;  Good  Dog;  Fantasy, Folklore & Fairytales;  Tropical  Fish  Hobbyist;  Urban  Spaghetti;  and  others.  My  art  work  has  also  appeared  in  Seeing  Through  Symbols,  a  literary  anthology  published  by  Chrysalis  Books.  I  am  a  contributing  artist  for  Creative  Loafing,  an  Atlanta  weekly  with  a  circulation  of  300, 000;  and  Shroder  Publishing's  three  monthlies  in  Atlanta,  with  a  combined  circulation  of  28,000. I  did  computer  animation  for  the  Matrix  board  at  the  Atlanta  Stadium,  depicting  the  Braves  and  the  Falcons.
Please  hurry, make me famous  --  this  mackerel's  killin'  me!"

Lida Broadhurst "My prose and poetry arise from looking at suburban life, cats, and family through a twisted mirror. These visions have appeared in "This Way Up", "Martian Wave",  "Nemonymous #1", "Mythic Delirium", "Star*Line", and many other publications. I was the assistant editor of the literary gothic web site "Skin and Bones",sadly, now closed." 

John Sweet is still working on translating Tanguy's art into something verbal.

Dee Rimbaud To see more of Dee's work visit Thunderburst.

The latest dark poetry collection from Ann K. Schwader, "Architectures of  Night", was published this spring by Dark Regions Press. Her mostly Lovecraftian fiction collection, Strange Stars & Alien Shadows, is just out from Lindisfarne Press. For more of Ann's work visit The Official Website of Ann K. Schwader. 

Against all manner of logic and good sense, Kate Fitzgerald keeps quitting work so that she can write.  Her poetry has appeared in Benjamin Weissman's Art and Lit Journal Fishwrap No. 2  and the zine PMS-Pardon My Sex.  Her short script "Basura" was a semifinalist in the 2003 Cinestory Short Screenplay competition.  Kate lives in Southern California but swears she had nothing to do with the Arnold thing.  Her latest efforts include a stage play, "Lodgers", and finishing her first novel, "3 girls fine".  Kate thinks getting mail is just like Christmas - which may explain this story a tad, yes?!  email her at cuz damn if she ain't got no personal website.

The work of Sandy Deluca is scattered throughout the universe. It has appeared  in a variety of places, including on-line and in print.  Her e-book, "Paths of Destiny" is  coming out from Double Dragon Publishing sometime over the summer. It's a poetry and short story collection. Also, her novel "Settling In Nazareth", with her own cover art, will be released through December Girl Press shortly.  Her poetry chapbook, "A BURIAL PLOT IN SAGITTARIUS" is available from THIEVIN  KITTY PUBLICATIONS and  received several recommendations for the BRAM STOKER FOR POETRY AWARD. Other than that Sandy says she's  been painting up a storm and working on another novel. More of Sandy's work can be seen at Sandy DeLuca.

Tansy Rayner Roberts is a Tasmanian fantasy writer. Her first two novels, Splashdance Silver and Liquid Gold, were published by Bantam (Random House Australian) in 1998 and 1999, and she has over 25 short story credits to her name. Fairy Godmother Express was first published in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine in June 2002 For more of Tansy's work visit her website (with weblog journal). She can be contacted by email at

Matthew J.Hewitt is spoken of in the press as the new king of dark poetry and fantasy. His latest book, Bloodland Tales" is due for release through Double Dragon Publishing early next year.

Varya Vinogradova is a nineteen year old writer from Saskatoon, Canada. "Shorty's on Fire"is her first published work.  Varya, who is a Art and Art History major says her story was inspired by the Venus in Furs song,  "Baby's on Fire" from "Velvet Goldmine".

Randy Chandler was a contributor to the paper EOTU, his story "3-D" appeared in the Feb. '88 issue and was republished in ALPHA GALLERY. His novel "DUET FOR THE DEVIL" (co-authored with t. Winter-Damon) was nominated for the 2000 Stoker Award for Best First Novel.

Thomas Bones is a writer from Pennsylvania.

Abby Goldsmith is a writer and artist currently living in California. For more of her work visit Abbyland

Jenn Dlugos is a comedy writer and stand up comedian in the New England area. She had a monthly column in Her Magazine and currently has a column with Just Laugh Magazine. Jenn also has a medical humor book, "Public Health Disturbance" being released in 2004. For more about Jenn visit her webiste Dejennerate.

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