Robin M. Powers is a writer from Colorado. "Amazon of
Mercy" is her first published work.
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.
Darren Speegle's short fiction has appeared in some fifty publications,
including Fangoria's Frightful Fiction, Gothic.net, Underworlds, and Chiaroscuro.
Look for future tales in Verte Brume: The Anthology of Absinthe, Best of
Horrorfind 2, The Decay Within, Would That It Were, and Fresh Blood. Visit
his website Darrin Speegle. Darren
resides in Germany.
Kelli A. Wilkins " I recently won first prize in the short
fiction category in the Weird Tales World Horror Con fiction contest. I
was a runner-up in the 2002 Galleria-Eros short story competition, and
I won second place in the short story category at the 2003 Philadelphia
Writer's Conference. My short stories have appeared in The Owen Wister
Review, The First Line, The Sun, and Gaslight: Tales of the Unsane, and
will be in a future issue of Weird Tales."
Neal Litherland is a poet and artist whose work can be seen at
Tobias Seamon was nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize
last year, and has had writing appear at such places as McSweeney's,
The Mississippi Review, Stirring, Strange Horizons, and Unlikely Stories,
with work forthcoming soon at Things Magazine and Locus Novus. A contributing
writer with the Web-based magazine The Morning News, Tobias lives in upstate
NY and co-edits Whalelane, an online
journal of the arts.
Kryssi Wyckoff Martin Over a decade ago, (back
in the paper days of EOTU) we were the first to publish one
of Kryssi's poems. And now, many issues and poems later, life
has circled around and here we are working with Kryssi again. We are tickled.
Ann K. Schwader's latest dark poetry collection, Architectures
of Night, was published this spring by Dark Regions Press.
Her mostly Lovecraftian fiction collection, Strange Stars & Alien Shadows,
is forthcoming from Lindisfarne
Lee Cushing writes with a morbid joie de vivre rarely seen outside
the ranks of necrophile grave diggers.Â Her short stories have
appeared in various nooks and crannies of the web, including Horrorfind,
Savage Night, and The Swamp. Lee recently received her first print anthology
acceptance, and is author of a popular weblog, "Lee Cushing's Second Puberty"
(posted daily on the Medium Rare Books' "Quiet Room" message board). She
is in the midst of relocating to Louisville, Kentucky with her two partners
and three pets ( a burmese python, a poodle, and a black cat). Lee welcomes
fan feedback at email@example.com.
Lida Broadhurst "Suddenly, words jump into
my head, race through my bones, set my feet tapping. Sometimes my fingers
shape them into visions on paper or screen. Some of them have appeared in
“EOTU”, “Nemonymous #1”, “Mythic Delirium”, "Star*Line”, and many other
publications. This is true “California dreamin’”.
Cathy Buburuz Canadian writer Cathy Buburuz resides on
the Saskatchewan prairie where she serves as the editor of Chamapgne Shivers,
The Transylvania Times, and the Expressions newsletter. She invites
EOTU readers to visit her sites (NOTE FROM ED. We encourage you to visit,
too). A listing of all the cool things Cathy is into is at Champagne
On Ice. Be sure to take advantage of the free ad space and links
for writers and editors.
Canadian writer, artist and musician Randy Nakoneshny will soon
be published in Beyond Centauri and The Translylvania Times. His
work has also appeared in Champagne Shivers Magazine. Randy will
soon leave for China where he plans to teach English to kids.
James C. Wardlaw, born in Fresno California in 1951, was, from
a young age, interested in writing and telling stories, especially horror
and suspense. He has written many short stories and published numerous
technical papers in professional journals. His short story, THE SNOWSTORM,
was published in the prestigious anthology, AMERICA'S BEST SHORT FICTION
in 2001 and his book DRACUL - THE VAMPIRE RETURNS published in 2002 was
recommended for the Bram Stoker Award. In 2003 his poem "THE OTHER
SIDE OF NOWHERE" was included in Facing Faces 2003, a web site for the
prevention of violence and child abuse. James also has had several
short stories published on FlashShot.com and submissions to Futures Mysterious
Anthology Magazine. He is Senior Associate Editor for Dark Animus
Magazine. His short story collection, POOLS OF DREAMS, illustrated
by Marcia Borell and Russell Dickerson, will be published soon. He
resides in Sparta, Tennessee. You can visit his website at James
Marcia A. Borell is a dreamer who likes to give the dream tangible
form. She is a collector of all odds and ends, an illustrator, metalsmith,
fiber artist, painter, printmaker, graphic artist, writer, poet, and seeker
of endless possibilities.
She has received awards for computer graphics,
illustrations, fibers and metalsmithing. Her work has been exhibited
at many art shows and galleries.
She currently is the Artist in Resident for
Dark Animus Magazine. She is a staff artist for Wicked Hollow, Futures
Mysterious Anthology Magazine (FMAM), and Sam's Dot Publishing. In
the last three years her illustrations have appeared as covers and interior
illustrations for Spellbound, Hadrosaur Tales, Glyph, and Whispers from
the Shattered Realm, and several chapbooks. She has received the
Publisher's Choice award for her current cover and interior illustrations
She has published stories in Flashshot.com
and Sam's Dot Publishing, Cyber Pulp's annual Haloween e-zine 2003, and
many other small press magazines and e-zines.
She will appear as illustrator in the soon
to be published "Pools of Dreams" a collection of visceral horror and the
macabre by author James C. Wardlaw.
Derek Robinson Derek is just beginning on his journey to becoming
a rich and famous writer. He works during the day with computers in order
to pay the bills.