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About Our Authors

In Alphabetical Order

A.L. Davidson

A.L. Davidson (she/they) is a disabled, queer author who specializes in cozy genre-blending web novels and tales of haunting horror romance. She writes stories about ghosts, grief, isolation, space exploration, eco-horror, queerness, and the human condition.

They have penned several short stories that have been featured in various lit mags and anthologies. They are best known for their eco-horror romance novella When The Rain Begins To Burn, the R-PNZL: A Futuristic Fairytale seres, and their collection of web novels — The Wayward Souls of Avalon, Lonely Planet Hotel, and The Night Farm. She is a crazy plant parent and lives with her cat, Jukebox, in Kansas City.

Ash Morelock

Ash Morelock (they/he/she) is an aspiring writer, crocheter, hiker, and just about everything else. They can be found in a cemetery near you, probably.

Chiara Picchi

Chiara Picchi is a Brussels-based translator originally from Italy. She graduated from the University of East Anglia with an MA in Literary Translation and enjoys writing short stories and flash fiction in her free time. Her work has been published by Eggbox Publishing, Sonder Magazine, and Queerlings.


My name is Sirius (He/Him They/Them). I am a disabled, non-binary author and a member of the Horror Writer’s Association. My gothic novel, Swallow You Whole was recently released by Curious Corvid Publishing with more works forthcoming and my short stories have been published in magazines and anthologies such as The Doors Of Darkness, The Monsters Next Door, Books of Horror, Siren’s Call, The Magpie Messenger, and more.

Devon Webb

Devon Webb is a Gen Z writer & editor based in Aotearoa New Zealand. Her award-winning work has been published in over seventy journals worldwide & revolves around themes of femininity, vulnerability, anti-capitalism & neurodivergence. She is an in-house writer for Erato Magazine, an editor for Prismatica Press, & is currently working on the launch of a collective called The Circus, which will prioritise radical inclusivity within the indie lit scene. She can be found on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok & Bluesky at @devonwebbnz. 


Devon Neal

Devon Neal (he/him) is a Kentucky-based poet whose work has appeared in many publications, including HAD, Livina Press, The Storms, and The Bombay Lit Mag, and has been nominated for Best of the Net. He currently lives in Bardstown, KY with his wife and three children.


D.W. Baker

D.W. Baker is a submerging poet from St. Petersburg, FL, USA, where he writes about place, bodies, belonging, and the end of the world. His work appears in Green Ink Poetry, Queerlings, horror senryu journal, and Soft Star Magazine, among others, and has been nominated for Best of the Net. He reads poetry for Cosmic Daffodil and Hearth & Coffin. See more of his work at

Faith Allington


Faith Allington (she/her) is a writer, gardener and lover of mystery parties. Her work is forthcoming or has previously appeared in various literary journals, including Hexagon MYRIAD, Flash Frontier, Pyre Magazine, Hearth & Coffin, and Litmora Magazine.


Hayden Robinson


I am an English writer and poet. I write mainly in horror, fantasy and poetry, which tackles themes such as neurodivergence, trauma and finding humanity in a dark world. My work has appeared in several publications such as Re-Route Magazine, HNDL Magazine, Colour Theory, Diverse Verse 3, Diverge Magazine and HorrorScope Volume 3. My poem ‘Leona’ is set to be featured in the anthology HorrorScope Volume 4 in February 2024. I currently reside in Decatur, GA with my wife, our dog and our two cats.


H.V. Patterson


H.V. Patterson (she/her) lives in Oklahoma and writes speculative poetry and fiction. She's a cofounder of Horns and Rattles Press. Recent stories and poems published with Sliced Up Press, Diet Milk Magazine, Creature Publishing, Flame Tree Press, Eerie River, Flash Fiction Online, and Black Spot Books. Find her on X @ScaryShelley and on Instagram @hvpattersonwriter


J.S. Betula


J. S. Betula is a 27-year-old genderqueer speculative fiction writer from the swamps of rural New York. Xe loves gooey practical effects and unpleasant final girls, and you can find hir on twitter @jsbetula.


Jessica Gleason


Hawaiian-Italian author, Jessica Gleason, is a lover of horror and fantasy in their various shapes and forms and can usually be found penning gory tales deep into the night. She enjoys painting monsters with acrylics and singing a mean hair metal karaoke. Her daytime persona teaches college English and Communications in the American Midwest. Her recent releases include The Dangerous Miss Ventriloquist, and The Fabulous Miss Fortune (Evil Cookie Publishing, 2023) and Madison Murphy, Wisconsin Weirdo (Champagne Books Group, 2023). For information on her projects, follow her on Instagram (@j.g.writes) where she hosts a monthly horror writer challenge, #WeWriteHorror.


Lori D’Angelo


Lori D'Angelo is a grant recipient from the Elizabeth George Foundation and an alumna of the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley. Recent work has appeared in Anti-Heroin Chic, Beaver Magazine, Bullshit Lit, Chaotic Merge, Ellipsis Zine, Idle Ink, JAKE, Litmora, Rejection Letters, Thin Veil Press, and Voidspace. Find her on Twitter and Bluesky @sclly21 or Instagram and Threads at lori.dangelo1. She lives in Virginia with her family.


Maggie Koons


Maggie Koons grew up in Colorado and is currently an MFA student at Temple. She writes horror and fears the sea.

Nashitah Chowdhury


Nashitah Noorayn Chowdhury is a Bangladeshi-Canadian writer. Exploring themes of identity and belonging, her prose and poetry spring from introspective musings at dawn and the echoes of distant memories. She can be reached at @nashitahnoorayn on Instagram.


Nina Kriszio


Nina is living in Germany with her partner and their two cats. During the day she works in the medical field as an orthoptist and at night she gives all the characters that live in her head a voice. Aside from writing she has lots of other hobbies like reading (obviously), handball and ice hockey.


Oliviah Lawrence


Oliviah Lawrence is a horror and speculative writer from the North East of England. In 2023 she completed an MA in Creative Writing with distinction. Lawrence is inspired by horror video games and the uncanny. Her writing explores the female experience, body horror, and obsession. You can find her @oliviahlawrence on Twitter.


Rachel Bruce


Rachel Bruce (she/her) is a poet based in South London. She studied English Literature at the University of Warwick and has been writing since a young age. Her work has appeared in The Telegraph, Mslexia, Ink Sweat and Tears, The Daily Drunk, Atrium, and Fragmented Voices, among others.


Shayzan Brown




SOUM (Screams of Unfettered Minds) is a collaboration of three women, who value anonymity, using their art and poetry to be their voice. Their style is raw, unpolished, tongue-in-cheek, unapologetic, unfiltered; a mishmash of life experiences and ongoing shadow work. SOUM champions mental awareness and social issues drawing inspiration from the struggles of everyday people highlighting the darker aspects of their physical, mental and spiritual battles.

Toshiya Kamei


Toshiya Kamei (they/them) takes inspiration from fairy tales, folklore and mythology.

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