|Jason Hubbard Derr||Jason Hubbard Derr
"Haunting of Mabel"
Jason Hubbard Derr holds an MA in Theological Studies from the Vancouver School of Theology and studied creative writing in his undergrad at Eastern Washington University. HIs writing has appeared in Relief, Patheos.com and The Huffington Post and his first book will soon be released by the Progressive Christian Alliance Press. Jason is a Theologian-In-Affiliation with the Progressive Christian Alliance and is married to Erin. They live in Vancouver, BC.
|Michael Dean Clark
"Beneath Its Weight"
Michael Dean Clark is an author of fiction and nonfiction situated primarily in the San Diego area. His work has appeared in Relief, FastForward, and Literary Circular among other outlets. He lives in San Diego with his wife and almost three children and works as a professor of writing at Point Loma Nazarene University.
Libby Cudmore is a regular contributor to Hardboiled. a Twist of Noir, Celebrities in Disgrace and Thrillers, Killers 'n' Chillers, where her story "Unplanned" won a Bullet Award in August 2009 and was nominated for a Derringer award in 2010. Her work has also appeared in The MacGuffin, the Yalobusha Review, the Chaffey Review, the Southern Women's Review, Xenith, Inertia, Battered Suitcase, Big Pulp (with Matthew Quinn Martin) Eastern Standard Crime, Pulp Pusher, the Flash Fiction Offensive, PowderBurnFlash and the anthology Relationships and Other Stuff. Her stories are forthcoming in issues of Crime Factory, Connotation Press and the anthologies We'll Always Have Chicago and Quantum Genre on the Planet of the Arts (also with Matthew Quinn Martin).
|Matthew Quinn Martin
"Big Apple Gothic"
Matthew Quinn Martin is a New York based writer. His original
screenplay Slingshot was made into a feature film starring Juliana
Margulies, David Arquette, Thora Birch, Balthazar Getty and Joely
Fisher. Slingshot had its premiere at the TriBeCa Film Festival, 2005,
has been featured onAccess Hollywood, and is currently on
DVD, distributed by the Weinstein Co.
Matthew's prose fiction has been published (or is forthcoming) in Transition Magazine,The Crossing Chaos Anthology: Quantum Genre on the Planet of Arts, and Big Pulp (co-written with Libby Cudmore), Thuglit,MFA/MFYou Literary Journal, A Twist of Noir,Eastern Standard Crime, The Oddville Press,Aphelion and The Flash Fiction Offensive.
His screenplay A Very Good Year, featuring Dan Lauria (The Wonder Years) and Gaius Charles (Friday Night Lights) was presented at FilmFest New Haven. Other works of his have been produced by NYCollective and The New Haven Theatre Co. In addition he has acted as a consultant or ghostwriter on numerous projects for film and television.
He can also be seen flitting around the margins of your TV set...most notably in a recurring co-starring role on the first season of the JJ Abrams created Fringe.
|Colin McKay Miller
"The Ocean Thief"
Colin McKay Miller is a writer and volunteer halfway house minister from Edinburgh, Scotland. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in numerous publications, including Vagabond Press’ MIND anthology and in Colored Chalk (which he has guest edited). He lives in Colorado with his wife and daughter.
Edoardo Albert is a professional writer and editor, born and based in London, although his parents come from Italy and Sri Lanka. He's married, with two sons, and once wrote a lonely hearts ad that reduced a friend to a state of helpless, hysterical laughter. At the moment, he's typing out a novel written long hand, finishing short stories and trying to find freelance work. Any job offers will be considered.
"A Better Place"
Virginia Hernandez is not having much luck finding time to write because life with her husband and three terrific kids keeps getting in the way. However, she is officially interested in the multiple world theory and hopes this existence is the one where her novels get published.
"Princess and Vampire"
Jeff Chapman writes fairy tales, fantasy, and ghost stories. His works have appeared or are forthcoming in Golden Visions Magazine,Mindflights, and Third Order. Hearing the expression "just a fairy tale" rankles him. He lives with his wife and children in a house with more books than bookshelf space. Stop by his blog at http://jeffchapmanwriter.blogspot.com/.