Elizabeth Archer (The Locker Monster)
Elizabeth Archer lives in Texas and dreams of other places and other worlds. She writes poetry, fiction and too many novels. Her current passion is fairy tales. She has been published in a variety of places, including Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology, Volume 1: Pride. Connect with Elizabeth on Twitter @elizabetarcher
Teresa Bassett (Tangled Threads)
Teresa Bassett is a writer from Cornwall’s ‘clay country,’ UK. She has written stories and articles for numerous magazines and anthologies, including Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology, Volume 1: Pride. A graduate of the University of Bath, she has worked as a foreign tour guide, translator and teacher. Her favourite times are spent ‘up on the Downs,’ exploring Cornwall with husband Mark and rescued greyhound Jinty. Connect with Teresa at www.teresabassett.co.uk
RL Black (David and the Devil)
RL Black lives in Tennessee and writes mostly flash fiction. She is EIC of two online journals, and her own work has been published in journals across the web. Connect with RL at rlblackauthor.tumblr.com where she blogs and reblogs about writing, LOST, and art or on Twitter @rlblackauthor.
Embe Charpentier (Puzzled)
Embe Charpentier is a teacher by day and writer by night, has always been fascinated with the strange and unusual. Kellan Books will publish her paranormal romance novella, “Beloved Dead,” in December 2015. She has been published in nine magazines in 2015, including LitroNY, Gambling the Aisle, and Polychrome Ink. Embe is presently working with publishers at Written World Communications on a book series for struggling readers. Connect with Embe at www.embecharpentier.com, on Facebook www.facebook.com/embecharpentier and Twitter @embecharpentier
Alisia Faust (Regrets and Reflections)
Alisia Faust began writing when she was between jobs with too much time on her hands. Now she’s juggling work and three different writing projects with no time on her hands. She is primarily a flash fiction writer because it caters to her ever-shortening attention span. Her stories have been published in Fifty Word Stories, 100 Worlds: Lightning-Quick SF and Fantasy Tales anthology, Apocrypha and Abstractions, SpeckLit, and Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology, Volume 1: Pride. Connect with Alisia at http://eurasianflavour.wordpress.com or on Twitter @eurasianflavour
Sylvia Heike (Natural Enemies)
Sylvia Heike lives in Finland. When not writing, she enjoys hare spotting in the garden and long walks in the forest. Her stories have appeared in freeze frame fiction, Luna Station Quarterly, Molotov Cocktail, and other publications. Connect with Sylvia at www.sylviaheike.com or say hello on Twitter @sylviaheike
Rae Kennedy (Five Definitions of Sloth, With Examples)
Rae Kennedy works for a Sixth Form College in Hampshire, England. Her hobbies include eating avocado sandwiches and sitting in libraries pretending to write. She hates slugs.
Chris Kennedy (Micro-motivity)
Chris Kennedy lives in Hampshire and works for a modern communications company when he isn’t typing or researching for his master’s degree. He took up writing at the insistence of his wonderful wife and three clever children so that he could ‘stop annoying them.’ Once he started he found he couldn’t stop. His perfect holiday is a sunny Mediterranean beach as close as possible to the last remains of an ancient civilization. That’s where he gets his ideas.
Yvette O’Kay (Eternal Life)
Yvette O’Kay has been writing ever since she was a little girl. She is from New York and this is her very first publication. Yvette is a full time student and author and often has trouble balancing the two, but in the end the satisfaction of finishing a story outweighs anything else for her.
Blake Parker (the truth)
Blake Parker is of the female gender, since the name itself doesn’t give that away. Physically, she resides in Canada. Otherwise, she lives in the contrivance of whatever place she’s wanting to visit – like Oslo. At times, Blake’s love of travel merges her imagination with reality. In day-to-day life, Blake loves paradoxes. For example, the paradox of supporting her obsession with scotch on a limited budget. Or the paradox of running her own business as a social media consultant while, to the chagrin of her friends, never actually using social media for personal use. Somewhere, in between the paradoxes and fantasy of living in far-away places, Blake finds the time, and enjoyment, to write. Connect with Blake on Twitter @iwrotethis_
John Rickett (One More Level)
John Rickett dwells in the armpit of America, where he claws at the walls, escaping his suburban nightmare by performing woodworking ninjutsu and moonlighting as a word-sorcerer. His post-apocolyptic fairytale retelling, Three Brittle pigs, recently appeared in The Molotov Cocktail and has been selected to appear in their first print anthology. Connect with John on Twitter @JohnnyRickett
Kathy Steinemann (Earth Ethics 5~Ö: Sloth)
Kathy Steinemann has loved writing for as long as she can remember. As a child, she scribbled poems and stories. During the progression of her love affair with words, she won public-speaking and writing awards. Her career has taken varying directions, including positions as editor of a small-town paper, computer-network administrator, and webmaster. Her work has appeared in various online and print publications, including Fine Linen, Saturday Night Reader, Unbroken, Vræyda Literary, and Mash Stories. Kathy tries to write something every day. Connect with Kathy on her blog at KathySteinemann.com, on Facebook at Kathy Steinemann or on Twitter @KathySteinemann
K.T. Stephens (Treasures)
K.T. Stephens writes YA and children’s books and is especially enamored of anything having to do with the circus. Her story, “Balancing Act,” appears in Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology, Volume 1: Pride. K.T.’s stories tend to be multi-generational, as she loves to explore the past and how it relates to the present. Her adult persona, Katie Stephens, has numerous literary and romance publications, the most recent through Mélange Publishing. Although her grown children are scattered east and west across the country, she lives solidly in mid-America with two kitties and a husband who keeps asking when she’s really going to retire. Connect with K.T. on Facebook Katie Stephens, Twitter @standardishue, or at http://standardishue.com/
M.J. Travis (By Birth Alone)
M.J. Travis is a native southern Californian who began writing four years ago when her second child was no longer in need of constant supervision. Her love of books began at an early age. She mostly writes short stories for YA and children, but has just started to leap into the workings of a novel. “By Birth Alone” is her first publication.