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Profile: Midori Snyder

May 27, 2013

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Midori Snyder is the author of nine books for adults and children, published in English, French, Dutch, and Turkish. She won the Mythopoeic Award for The Innamorati, a novel inspired by early Roman myth and the Italian “Commedia dell’Arte” tradition. Her most recent novel, Except the Queen, a contemporary urban fantasy was co-authored with Jane […]

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Cory Herndon: Profile

November 4, 2011

Cory J. Herndon is the author of numerous novels and short stories, many as part of the Magic: the Gathering line. His first novel, The Living Dead, was written under the pseudonym T.H. Lain. He is currently working on original novels and short stories. He spends his daylight hours (and some of the evenings) writing […]

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S.P. Miskowski: Profile

November 3, 2011

S.P. Miskowski’s debut novel Knock Knock and first novella Delphine Dodd were finalists for a Shirley Jackson Award, in 2012 and 2013. Both books are published by Omnium Gatherum and are part of a four-book series called the Skillute Cycle. Miskowski’s writing has appeared in Supernatural Tales, Nightmare Magazine, Identity Theory, Horror Bound, Absent Willow […]

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Angela Spencer: Profile

June 18, 2011

Angela Spencer has written science fiction, fantasy, nonfiction, and now paranormal romance. She lives in Seattle with five cats and her partner, Danny. Angela was a semi-finalist in All Romance eBook’s “Just One Bite” contest. She also writes reviews of speculative fiction for Rise Reviews. For more information, visit her Web site.

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Stacey Janssen: Profile

March 20, 2011

Stacey moved to Seattle in 2006 and worked for a series of magazines, including Aeon and The Internet Review of Science Fiction. She graduated from Seattle University in 2009 with a BA in Creative Writing and now writes video game content by day. She is also the Managing Editor of Shimmer.

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Martel Sardina: Profile

February 5, 2011

The only thing Martel Sardina loves more than writing fiction is reading it. Her passion for stories and storytellers have taken her on journeys to places she never dreamed she’d go. In addition to writing, Martel is the Novel Jury Chair for the 2012 Bram Stoker Awards. She spends her spare time in bookstores and […]

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Mark Worthen: Profile

September 29, 2010

Mark Worthen, author and friend 1962-2011 I’ve kept Mark’s profile intact as it was before he died. He was a good friend and a respected colleague. He was published here at Wily Writers and also served as a celebrity editor here. I miss his sense of humor and his ever-helpful presence. — Angel Leigh McCoy […]

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Loren Rhoads: Profile

September 18, 2010

For ten years, Loren Rhoads edited the cult nonfiction magazine Morbid Curiosity. MORBID CURIOSITY CURES THE BLUES, a collection drawn from the magazine, is available from Amazon. Watch the trailer below. Loren’s fiction has been published in Cemetery Dance, City Slab, and several smaller magazines. Other Alondra DeCourval adventures have appeared in the four-woman anthology […]

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Kate Lynch: Profile

July 25, 2010

Kate Lynch was born to horror enthusiasts and weaned upon short horror story anthologies published en masse during the 1970’s and 1980’s. These anthologies led her to explore great horror novels of the 20th Century and eventually put her career to be closer to amazing works of fiction. Kate is one of the lead editors […]

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Nathan Crowder : Profile

January 17, 2010

A certified coffee and micro-brew aficionado, he is a gregarious and happy guy who can see the silver lining in any cloud, though this is rarely reflected in his writing. His fiction has ranged across many genres, but he is generally happiest in the urban fantasy, horror, mystery, or super-hero arena.

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Jennifer Brozek: Profile

November 14, 2009

Jennifer Brozek is an award winning editor and author. Winner of the 2009 Australian Shadows Award for edited publication, Jennifer has edited five anthologies with more on the way. Author of In a Gilded Light and The Little Finance Book That Could, she has more than thirty-five published short stories, and is an assistant editor […]

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Lisa Morton: Profile

October 31, 2009

Lisa Morton is a screenwriter, novelist, four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award, and Halloween expert. Her short fiction has appeared in over fifty books and magazines, and the anthology she edited, MIDNIGHT WALK, received the Black Quill Award. Her most recent books are WITCH HUNTS: A GRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE BURNING TIMES (with Rocky […]

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Writer, game designer and cad, Richard Dansky was named one of the Top 20 videogame writers in the world in 2009 by Gamasutra. His work includes bestselling games such as TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL: CONVICTION, FAR CRY, TOM CLANCY’S RAINBOW SIX: 3, OUTLAND, and the upcoming SPLINTER CELL: BLACKLIST. His writing has appeared in magazines […]

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Ripley Patton lives in Portland, Oregon with one cat, two teenagers, and a man who wants to live on a boat. She is an award-winning short story writer and author of The PSS Chronicles, a young adult paranormal thriller series. Her first book of the series, GHOST HAND, has received rave reviews on Amazon and […]

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Paris E. Crenshaw III: Profile

December 20, 2008

Paris Crenshaw currently resides with his family in San Diego, California, although his years of service as a Surface Warfare Officer in the U.S. Navy have given him the opportunity to live and work in a variety of locales around the world. While pursuing his Naval career, he has maintained a love of writing and […]

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