Contributor Profiles

Bill Patterson: Profile

June 14, 2014

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Voice Actor Bill Patterson is the author of a computer-aided design software book and wrote a column for Microstation Manager Magazine (1996) for three years. He has been published in JournalStone’s SF anthology “90 Minutes to Live”(2012), as well as Mutation Press’s SF anthology “Rocket Science” (2012). He was nominated for the British Science Fiction […]

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Folly Blaine: Profile

April 29, 2012

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Folly Blaine lives in Seattle, Washington, and is an affiliate member of the Horror Writers Association. Her work has appeared online at Every Day Fiction,, 10Flash Quarterly, and Flashes in the Dark.

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Amanda Fitzwater: Profile

April 22, 2012

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Amanda Fitzwater lives in Shakytown, that is, Christchurch, New Zealand, and has become adept at skipping cracks. An author of science fiction and fantasy, her work can be found at such venues as The Future Fire, Expanded Horizons, and the recently released Crossed Genres anthology Fat Girl in a Strange Land. A voice artist and […]

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Angela Joyce Hackett was thrilled to be asked to read for Wily Writers. Angela is an old fashioned nerd. She loves science fiction and fantasy, and she especially loves it when the two of them get together and celebrate one another like they do here on this site. Angela spends most of her free time […]

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Philip Pickard: Profile

December 5, 2010

Philip Pickard is a voice actor extraordinaire. He has a wonderfully flexible voice, ranging from serious and articulate to loose and cartoonish. He recognizes the importance not just of proper tone, but of timing. The greatest joke told in the funniest voice won’t crack a single smile if the punchline is rushed. A sad moment […]

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Morva Shepley: Profile

November 10, 2010

Morva Shepley is long time fan of SF and an emerging writer. She lives in Melbourne, Australia, where she is raising a family. Recently she had a piece of flash fiction, “Otis Regrets” published in Antipodean SF #141, and “The Prickling Inside” in Aphelion Webzine #146. Read her Tips & Tricks blog post, “Working Backwards,” […]

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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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Lance English: Profile

March 20, 2010

Native Northwest son of a Native Northwest son, Lance English is a well-intentioned man of adventure, seeking out and conquering new horizons as he finds them. Trained on the stages of the finest private high schools with fewer than 100 students, master of charitable piracy, and darling of Jimmy Buffett impersonators, he is determined to […]

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Tim Jones: Profile

September 14, 2009

Tim Jones lives in Wellington, New Zealand. He is the author of two short story collections, Transported (Vintage, 2008), which was longlisted for the 2008 Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award, and Extreme Weather Events (HeadworX, 2001). His other publications include poetry collections All Blacks’ Kitchen Gardens (HeadworX, 2007) and Boat People (HeadworX, 2002), and […]

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Scott McGough: Profile

August 15, 2009

Scott McGough, a renowned writer in his own right who just happens to also have a wonderful reading voice, graciously agreed to donate his time to read some of the marvelous stories we share here on the Wily Writers site. Scott is an author and editor who lives in Seattle. He pursued creative writing at […]

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Jason Carl: Profile

February 16, 2009

Jason Carl brings life to the stories he reads for the Wily Writers, and we’re lucky to have him. His experience with storytelling, acting and writing all inform the wonderful interpretations he produces. Jason Carl makes his home in Seattle, where it can in fact rain all the time: fortunately, he finds inspiration in the […]

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Artist : Kelli Bickman

January 25, 2009

Kelli Bickman is a multi-media artist who lives in New York. Her work has been seen in many magazines, books, galleries in the US and Europe and is in the noteworthy collections of Neil Gaiman, Tori Amos, Chris Claremont and many more. She grew up on a farm in Minnesota, studied art in Wisconsin and London and moved to the West Village of New York City in 1995. Kelli recently moved her studio upstate NY and is currently working on several book projects. She travels extensively, lives her dreams, and shares her life with the most beautiful daughter in the world.

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André Bissonnette was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, USA. He currently attends the University of Puget Sound as a Composition Major and expects to graduate in spring of 2010. He started studying piano at the age of six and violin at ten, and he has also been composing music since he was very young. […]

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Angel Leigh McCoy : Profile

December 22, 2008

Angel Leigh McCoy has served her fellow lovers of speculative fiction as managing editor and producer of Wily Writers since 2008. Despite her name—or perhaps because of it—Angel is drawn to the darker side of fiction. In her own writing, she delves into the mystical and mysterious. Her fiction first appeared in sourcebooks for White […]

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