Bebee is an artist from Winnipeg, Canada. To view more of his
work visit his website, Art
Out of Line.
Dana L Pertermann is from the Pacific Northwest and recently returned from living in Switzerland. This is her first published poem, though she's been writing part time for three years. Currently, she is working on a PhD in Archaeology, and lives in Illinois with her husband, whom she says is "all the inspriation I need."
Reggie Lutz has survived Catholic grade school in New Jersey, high school in the coal region of PA and college at Penn State University. Adulthood finds her working as a professional broadcaster and "starving artist." Previous publication includes, but is not limited to, a chapbook of poetry titled "Stretch" with Foothills Publishing under the name C.R Lutz, and several articles for State College The Magazine.
Caroline Moore is
a 20-something studying new media at the University of Maine, but photography
is her true passion. Her photos explore the transformation of personal
space into dark landscapes of life and can be seen at her website, sixhours.net.
Michael Intercola "I
came to New York City to go to film school and in those seven years I've
written five books, made a movie, sold manicures and pedicures and served
many many drinks. I earned a B.A. in English from Canisus College in 1994.
Excerpts from my three novels, Kiss Me Baby, Sunflowers!, Chaz, and
All Our Skies Are Blue have appeared in Caffeine Magazine, The Quadrangle,
Mule and The Mosquito Lounge Review which I started in Los Angeles in 1996.
Charles M. Saplak has published stories and poems in a variety of venues. His collaborative poem with Mike Allen, "Epochs in Exile:A Fantasy Trilogy" appeared in EOTU and won the 2002 SFPA Rhysling Award. He has a fiction collection Forgotten Gods and Slighted Soldiers due out from DNA Press in late 2004. To correspond with Charles, his email is: email@example.com.
Bambi Peters I graduated with a degree in English Literature from Arizona State University in 2003 (I'm 25) and have been a freelance writer ever since. I like to write both poetry and short stories and hope to one day write a novel.
Ann K. Schwader lives and writes in Westminster, CO. Her mostly Lovecraftian dark fiction collection, Strange Stars & Alien Shadows, appeared last winter from Lindisfarne Press. Her most recent collection of dark verse, Architectures of Night, was published in 2003 by Dark Regions Press. More information about her work -- including links to online poetry -- may be found at www.geocities.com/HPL4ever/
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.
James Dorr "My new book, Darker Loves: Tales of Mystery and Regret, is currently scheduled for a late 2004/early 2005 release by Dark Regions Press as a companion to my current collection, Strange Mistresses: Tales of Wonder and Romance (Dark Regions, 2001 -- information: www.darkregions.com). Also I have a story, "The Sending," originally published in the Dec. 1997 Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, accepted as a reprint by the Twilight Tales anthology Spooks (Tina Jens and John Everson, editors), to be released at World Fantasy Convention this fall.
Maria Cecile lives in Oregon with her husband, two dogs, and four cats. She has been scribbling away on various projects since she was very small. In another incarnation she is the Managing Editor for Green Man Review.
Helen Buckingham has
been published on both sides of the Atlantic, appeared on BBC Radio, and
been performed live in venues ranging from "Jesters Comedy Club" in Bristol
to the crypt of Coventry cathedral.