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Mark A. Rayner has published short fiction in Canada, haiku in Japan, and had plays produced in the Czech Republic and Canada. His short story, "Any Port in a Storm", was short-listed for a 2000 Aurora Award, and was originally published in Parsec (1999). His other SF story publications include: "Courage Translated" (TT2000 anthology) and "After the Internet" (Western Alumni Gazette, Fall 2001). Upcoming publications include: a French translation of "Any Port in a Storm" (Science-Fiction Magazine, February 2002) "Pathways" (Wax and Wane, 2002), and "The Afrikaners of East Nissouri" (Would That It Were, 2002). Most importantly, Mark is the "acting" secretary, writing stalwart, chief webmonkey and co-founder of The Emily Chesley Reading Circle , a society dedicated to literary scholarship and frequent meetings in the pub. 

Nancy Bennett, while not weaving her mystic verse, lives on Vancouver Island where the trees are lovely and the winter is rainy. 

Mike Koenen has been published in Kracked Mirrored Mysteries (print magazine), Nefarious, Tales of Mystery (online magazine), Burn (online magazine), and The Kovacs Files (online magazine). He also has three separate stories that are scheduled to be published in the near future in Penny-A-Liner (print magazine), All Hallows (print magazine) and Peridot Books (online magazine). Mike graduated from William Paterson University and has worked for newspapers, magazines, and currently works at a textbook publisher in Northern New Jersey as a desktop layout person.

Michele Ann Richter is an artist with diverse friends with many different spiritual paths. 

Lida Broadhurst  My prose and poetry arise from looking at suburban life, cats, and family through a twisted mirror. These visions have appeared in "Frisson", "Bare Bone",  "Mythic Delirium, "Star*Line", and many other publications.  I am  the assistant editor of the literary gothic web site "Skin and Bones"

Larry Dennis is editor/publisher of EOTU Ezine. He started EOTU as a paper zine back in the mid '80's and has been losing money on it ever since. Larry describes his uncontrollable desire/need to do the zine thing as a hobby/passion/addiction. Larry's other creative outlet is directing live theater, which he also describes as a hobby/passion/addiction.

Kenny Klein 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. Otherwise he is rather inconsequential. His site is: www.drak.net/kennyklein

Cathleen L Mann  I am a published poet (International Library of Poetry, VIP, included in Best Poems and Poets of 2001, Sffworld.com; TheTroll.com ), songwriter (Sunrise/Hollywood Records) and singer(2 CDs to my credit).  I am now exploring the wonderful world of short stories, but am loyal to Fantasy/Science Fiction poetry.

Charles Coleman Finlay    I am a stay-at-hom dad with two (no longer quite so) small kids, and have spent many days observing the interaction of children and zoos. I also write SF, with stories recently or forthcoming in F&SF and On Spec. My poetry has appeared in Rattle, Snow Monkey, Strange Horizons, and many other magazines.

Chris Bauer Like his favorite author, Chris Bauer began writing in mid-life as an unemployed oil company executive. He has had more than a dozen pieces published in paying markets, and has gradually realized he is actually a fantasy writer half his age..

Jamie Rosen is an anagram of 'A senior jem', 'Raise me, Jon', and 'I ream Jones'. Discuss

s.c. virtes is a creative nut with recent stories & poems in Analog, Zipzap, Ideomancer, Cafe Irreal, Marbles, Planet, Dreams & Nightmares. His business half writes games and corporate websites for a living, including the Caesars Palace games for Windows and some big music websites that recently imploded. He spends his evenings in a state of fugue under a pile of toasty cats. Visit SCV Tales for more of his fiction, art, software and games.

Christopher Mulrooney had had poems, fiction & translations in a variety of publications, including Retort, Moria, Passenger May, Wilmington Blues, atomicpetals, Pig Iron Malt and Woodwork.

Charles Saplak  was a contributor to the old paper EOTU about ten years ago "during the time when I was trying to 'break-in.'  Now look at us!"  Charles has had a good run since then, over 100 story sales and about 50 poetry sales. We here at EOTU have had about, well, uh, six.

Mike Allen is editor of Mythic Delerium.

Megan Hart has been writing forever, though she only began seriously seeking publication several years ago.  Her work has appeared in such diverse publications as Playgirl and The Reaper.  Her first novel, LONESOME BRIDE will be available from RFI West in 2002, and her second, AN EXALTATION OF LARKS, from Wings Press Inc also in 2002.  She lives in the deep, dark woods of Pennsylvania with her husband and two children.  Learn more about Megan's work from her page in the Author's Den.

G.W. Thomas lives in Central British Columbia. His work has appeared in over 150 different magazines and books including THE BARE BONE ANTHOLOGY, STRANGEWOOD TALES and GOTHIC.NET. His story "Nano-Hunk" received the Zine Guild Award in 2000. For a greater G.W. experience visit The Weird Tales of G.W. Thomas, or RAGEmachine.

Bruce Bostonis the author of 29 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. His webpage is at Bruce Boston .

 

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