Beth Browne’s work has appeared in many fine journals, most recently Blotterature, Walter Magazine, and Fine Linen. She is pleased to have a story forthcoming in Cruising World. A photo essay appeared in Shadowgraph Quarterly. In addition to writing and photographing, Browne manages a large farm and homeschools her two teenagers. Most weekends, she sails the North Carolina coast with her sweetie, Eric. Beth loves to network, so look for her on her website, Facebook and Twitter.Beth Browne's Contributions
Alex J Coyne is an author, freelance journalist and language practitioner. He has written for international publications and blogs, been featured on radio and appeared in NB Publishers’ Skrik op die Lyf, an Afrikaans horror collection. Visit his website and get in touch at http://alexcoyneofficial.wordpress.com.Alex J Coyne's Contributions
Victoria Grossack is the author of Crafting Fabulous Fiction: Levels of Structure, Characters & More, and a whole bunch of other stuff. You can read about her at www.tapestryofbronze.com.Victoria Grossack's Contributions
Nick Brown is the British author of the 'Agent of Rome' historical adventure series. The sixth book, 'The Earthly Gods', is published this summer. As a freelance writer, he has also 'ghosted' science fiction novels and contemporary thrillers. His website is nickbrownauthor.com and he can be found on Twitter @randomrome.Nick Brown's Contributions
Matt Cates is a retired Air Force veteran and history buff. He holds a BS in History, a MFA in Creative Writing, and the University of Cambridge's Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults. He was courtesy faculty at Oregon State University, and has had a handful of strange short fiction published. His college thesis made the quarter finals in Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel contest (but has yet to be published!). He's the author of the self-published speculative fiction book, "Haveck," and has written several well-received freelance pieces for Upwork clients. Currently he lives abroad (cheaply) with his family, and has no immediate plans to return to the rat race of full-time employment.
You can find him on Amazon at his author's page.Matthew Cates's Contributions
Dimitri Gat is a long-established professional writer. He has been an editor for the Harvard University Library, a librarian at Mount Holyoke College, a member of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst English department, a technical writer and data analyst with the Emhart Corporation and an independent consultant and contractor for other major US corporations. He writes thrillers, mysteries and women-in-jeopardy novels under his name and pseudonym, C. K. Cambray.Dimitri Gat's Contributions
Josh Hanagarne is a 6'7", 270 pound performing strongman, and the author of The World's Strongest Librarian, which got rave reviews from The New Yorker, O Magazine, People, Parade, and many others. His first novel, The Dreams of John Weaver, is on its way. PS: once he arm-wrestled Stephen King and let him win. You can follow him on Twitter at @joshhanagarne, and at his blog, The World's Strongest Librarian.Josh Hanagarne's Contributions