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I Am Incomplete by Margaret B. Simon
The Art of
Margaret B. Simon

 

CONTRIBUTOR'S BIOS

 
 

Lynne Jamneck is a writer and artist from South Africa. Her mystery novel "Down the Rabbit Hole" has been published by Artemis Press and more of her art can be seen at The Dream People.

Christina Sng, human, resident of the world, lives on the Equator with her husband and their big-boned cat. Her poetry has appeared or sold to such venues as Dreams and Nightmares, Flesh & Blood, Mythic Delirium, The Pedestal Magazine, Space & Time, and Star*Line, among others. She is the author of poetry collections The Darkside of Eden and Angelflesh. Visit her online at http://www.mephala.com.

Sonja Haskins works in pencil and colored pencil on bristol. She is currently writing a vampire novel that she plans to illustrate. Her work has appeared in several places including Galph and Tapestry magazines. More of Sonja's art can be seen on her website. SJH Studios.

Lorraine Schein is a New York poet and writer whose work
has appeared in "Semiotexte SF," "StarLine," "Space and Time," and
"Gargoyle." Her fiction has been anthologized in "Memories and
Visions","Tales of Magic Realism by Women" (Crossing Press) and in "Wild Women," ed. Sue Thomas. The Raw Brunettes, her novelette, was published by Wordcraft of Oregon. New work will be forthcoming in "Back Brain Recluse." For more info about Lorraine and how to purchase her books, visit  the literary magazine website of Frigate.

Currently, Vincent Sakowski is at work on his latest novel as well as on a # of shorter pieces of fiction. His work has appeared on stage, on radio, on the internet, and in print, including such magazines as "Challenging Destiny", "Winedark Sea", and "The Earwig Flesh Factory". As well, Eraserhead Press recently published my novel "SOME THINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNPLUGGED".
 

Bret Wright lives in Colorado with his very understanding wife, two sons, 
and a slew of furry creatures.  He is retired from the US Navy and writes 
full time. He is a public relations officer for the Colorado Springs Fiction 
Writers Group, www.csfwg.org, and contributing editor for S'Peak, a new 
regional paper voicing community concerns. He is currently working on several novels. His story 'Burned' appeared in the August issue of EOTU.

Durlabh Singh

William John Watkins has published more than 400 poems in such magazines as Asimov's, Space & Time, Science Fiction Age, Absolute Magnitude, Talebones, and Dreams & Nightmares. His sonnet "Wife of My Youth, Look Back, Look Back" won the 1994 Hellas Award and his poetry has placed in the top ten of the Asimov's Annual Reader's Poll more than fifteen times. His hobby is racing motorcycles off road with his son, Chad.

Julie Shiel currently has work appearing in various magazines including Flesh & Blood, Star*Line,  'Dust Devil' and 'Side Show'., Twilight Times, Rogue Worlds, Aoife's Kiss, Champagne Shivers, Other Dimension and others.

Laura Pelick is a graduate of S.U.N.Y. Alfred, School of Art and Design.  While she is relatively new to fantasy illustration, having only really been making characters up for herself and other people for a few years, she has a good collection of work available for viewing on her site at Fallen Lights.

Lida Broadhurst   "My prose and poetry arise from looking at California life, cats, and family through a twisted mirror. These visions have appeared in "Nemonymous #1". "This Way Up", "EOTU", "Unhinged", "Mythic Delirium", "Star*Line", and many other publications.  I am  the assistant editor of the literary gothic web site "Skin and Bones", currently on hiatus."
 

The work of Sandy Deluca is scattered throughout the universe. It has appeared  in a variety of places, including on-line and in print. She recently illustrated the stories in THE RED, RED ROBIN PROJECT, an anthology consisting of 17 stories and the efforts of sixty writers. Also, her poetry chapbook, "A BURIAL PLOT IN SAGITTARIUS" has been released from THIEVIN  KITTY PUBLICATIONS and has already received several recommendations for the BRAM STOKER FOR POETRY AWARD. More of Sandy's art can be seen at Sandy DeLuca Illustrations.

Anis Saad is a 19 year old  student of Computer System Engineering in Pakistan. "Reading has been a long-cherished hobby with me, and writing has recently developed into a passion." 
 

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

Lynette Rees lives in South Wales with her husband and 2 teenage children.  She has had many articles and short stories published, both on the Web and in print.

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

Stephen D. Rogers has had over hundred stories published in such fine zines as  UNDERWORLDS, WICKED HOLLOW and, of course, EOTU.

Darren Speegle's work has appeared or is forthcoming in various magazines and anthologies, including CHIAROSCURO, WRITER ONLINE, REDSINE, UNDERWORLDS, BLOODFETISH, EOTU, RECKLESS ABANDON and FRESH BLOOD. His website is at Darren Speegle. Darren resides in Germany.

Myth Spinner has had a variety of horror work published in such places as Dark Angel Rising, Dark Funeral, Dark Moon Rising and, uh Dark EOTU.  When asked how things are going, Myth says, " I'm not dead. Oh-I tried like a bitch to end it all, but I'm still here." For more on Myth Spinner, visit the website, Spinner of Malevolence, Harvester of Souls.

The short fiction of Kiernon Devlin has appeared in "Erotic Travel Tales" (Cleis Press) and "Full Body Contact" (Alyson). More is forthcoming in "Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly". Essays, reviews and interviews have appeared in "Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review", "LIT" magazine, "The Village Voice", "The Mississippi Review", "Publishers Weekly". A novel and story collection are both in preparation.

Margaret B. Simon  teaches art in Florida and freelances writer-poet-illustrator assignments for genre and mainstream publications such as THE EDGE, EXTREMES, Frisson, Space & Time, Dark Regions, Edgar, The Urbanite, Fantasy Magazine, Millenium, and more. She is current president of the SF Poetry Association, edits a column for the HWA Newsletter, "Blood & Spades: Poets of the Dark Side", is HWA Membership Chairman, and contributes a column to Scavenger's Newsletter, "The Art Bin". In short, she's still alive and kickin'!

Claudio Parentela is an illustrator and cartoonist who is very active in the international underground scene. His work has appeared in zines and magazines of art and comics such as Stripburger, The Lummox Journal, The Cherotic Revolutionary, Untergrundblatte, Stampa Alternativa and Kerosene. Claudio loves mail art and loves to participate, so if that's a shared interest contact him at 
c_parentela@libero.it. To see more of his work visit ciao america.

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.
 
 

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