Raymond Little

I’ve been fascinated with storytelling for as long as I can remember. At a very young age I would create complex stories with my toy soldiers. They would be given names, characteristics and relationships, and be subject to tales of adventure and revenge. I then moved on to making my own little comic strips almost as soon as I learned how to write …Read More

Wrath James White

I would say that I’m a writer, a horror author, an extreme horror author. I write sick, scary, violent, sexual stuff. I write the terrifying and the erotic, and often both at the same time. It’s funny, for many years, when asked to describe myself, I would answer without hesitation… Read More

K. Trap Jones

I enjoy old tales, folklore, classic horror literature and mythology. Bela Lugosi was the best vampire ever and I prefer my werewolves like the American ones inLondon. Bodies in the closet? Well, yes, but we all know that you can only keep bodies in the closet for so long before the smell attracts… Read More

KJ Moore

I’ve tried to allow the work to speak for itself without the context of myself behind it, particularly with regards to gender, so it’s quite deliberate that there isn’t a whole lot of information on me out there. I’ve been writing stories since a very young age, and it’s a hobby that’s steadily grown into a more and more significant part of my life… Read More

Robert S. Wilson

I grew up in Indiana. My wife, my two kids, and I moved to Tennesseein 2006. From my early teens onward I was a very dedicated musician. I wrote music and sang and played guitar in various bands in the late 90s and early 00s in the Indianapolis nu-metal scene. It wasn’t until around 2002 when I was 24 years old that I started… Read More

Maria Alexander

Thank you for asking me, Angela. Well, the title that I use for myself these days — “Author. Snarker. Samurai-in-training.” — says a lot about me both as a person and writer. I’m both silly and serious. Sarcastic and sincere. Debauched yet disciplined. Someone very much living in the present yet inspired by the past. In addition to writing… Read More

Lisa Morton

Here, in no particular order, are some terms I’ve used before to describe myself: Horror writer, Halloween expert, native Los Angeleno, screenwriter, female author, bookseller, animal lover. I’m fortunate to have two jobs that I love (I’ve worked in bookstores since I was 14), while living in my favorite city on earth with my favorite man and favorite cats… Read More

Angela Bodine

Well, I would write for free (and have done so for many years), but there is something extremely satisfying about being published. I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was a little girl, and always pictured the day I would see my name in print. It was pretty exciting when it finally happened! (And even more exciting was the opportunity to be… Read More

Stony Graves

There’s not much to me. I’m a former bookstore proprietor/wannabe novelist turned truck driver almost overnight. As far as past writing projects, I have three completed novels, including At the End of All Things, the only one I’ve submitted for publication. I’ve never published… Read More

Weston Ochse

 I’m a literary stuntman, superhero for rent, yakuza of the written word and a cowboy in the boat of Ra. You can find me under S in the Yellowpages, but not under R. I’ve been to more than 50 countries, speak two Asian languages with pathetic currency, have dipped my toes in theCoral Sea… Read More

Drew Stepek

I was raised by a family of avid readers. That said, on the first day of every summer my mom would take me to the book store to get the books that I would read. Slowly, over time, I gravitated toward comic books and horror, but strangely enough, I always preferred the classics. Read more