Tales of Undying Love and Loving the Undead
L.K. Below (His Familiar Touch) lives in Iqaluit, Canada. Although not a witch or blessed with a familiar, she works diligently to bewitch her readers through her storytelling skills. Check her out at lbelow.net or follow her on Twitter at @LBelowtheauthor.
Nicole Brugger-Dethmers (A Touch of Sand) received an English degree from Hope College and currently is pursuing an MFA from Hollins University. Previously, she had a short story for young adults published. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and two cats.
Noree Cosper (The Flower of Hell) loves reading, writing and games. She enjoys creating fiction with a supernatural quality. A character she created for a role-playing game inspired The Flower of Hell, her debut story. Noree resides in Texas with her four roommates. To learn more, visit her website and blog.
M.C. DeMarco (Sympathy From the Devil) read Paradise Lost in high school and still retains her sympathy for fallen angels. A graduate of the Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop, she lives in Brookline, Mass., where she writes speculative fiction after hours. Her stories have appeared in the Star Trek Strange New Worlds 8 and 10 anthologies. Visit her site at mcdemarco.net.
K. Stoddard Hayes (The Fisherman's Wife) is an entertainment writer who has published hundreds of articles, interviews and essays about fantasy and science fiction on screen. She also is the author of Xena: Warrior Princess, The Complete Illustrated Companion. Her library of Irish history, mythology and literature fills a bookcase. Read her blog about creating imaginary worlds at WorldBuildingRules!
Kevin Hosey (Rain) is an author, editor and cartoonist. His short stories have appeared in two Star Trek Strange New Worlds anthologies (Simon and Schuster), Hint Fiction (W.W. Norton) and the sci-fi magazine, Beyond Centauri, as well as Gods of Justice and the upcoming Paramourtal 2, both from Cliffhanger Books. Visit him at kevinhosey.net.
Elizabeth Ireland (Dark Legacy) is a former associate professor of theater. She was a quarter-finalist and a semi-finalist for the Nicholl Fellowship in screenwriting sponsored by AMPAS. Her nonfiction work, Women of Vision: Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives, was published in 2008. Currently, she is writing her first novel, a metaphysical mystery set during the golden age of Spiritualism in America.
Rebecca Rhielle (Of Fate and Fire) was born and raised outside of Dallas, Texas, and still calls it home. She shares the craziness of daily life with her partner, two children, four cats, two dogs and a fish. Rebecca is all about the chaos. In her off time, she enjoys painting, cooking or just relaxing on her lovely screened-in porch.
Evelyn Welle (The Underlying Beat) began her writing career as Poet Laureate of the Fifth Grade. While earning an English and journalism degree at Texas Christian University, she won two poetry awards. Evelyn is a meticulous publication and website writer and editor. In 2005, she won second place in a Romance Writers of America contest. Evelyn and her family live in north Texas.
Kelly Wisdom (The Prince and the Spoon) spends her summers in Roanoke, Va., as an MFA student in the Children's Literature program at Hollins University. For the remainder of the year, she resides in Mooresville, N.C., and teaches English at Mitchell Community College. She lives in a small house on a big lake with two lazy dogs, two irascible cats and one attentive husband.
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