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Shaun Jeffrey

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Shaun Jeffrey was born in 1965 and lives in Cheshire, England with his partner, Debra and their fantastic son, Callum. Growing up in a house in a cemetery, his playground was the graveyard – perfect grounding for writing horror, and his early reading experience came from headstones! Shaun Jeffrey has had over 40 short stories […]

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We Are the Night

IFC has a sumptuous looking Vampire story titled We Are the Night available in theaters May 20, 2011, and on demand May 25. This promising new tale of monstrously decadent Berlin nightlife is from director Dennis Gansel, who brought the popular dramatic thriller The Wave. Dennis Gansel, responsible for the hit The Wave, explores nighttime […]

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Steve Calvert

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Steve Calvert has been a horror fan all of his life and as a child he loved reading ghost stories and watched more than his fair share of Frankenstein films from behind the sofa. Nothing has changed much over the years, except that Steve Calvert now watches the films from the right side of the […]

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Sarah Langan

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Sarah Langan grew up on Long Island and went to college in Waterville, Maine, where she published her first story, “Sick People”. She got her MFA in creative writing from Columbia University, and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Sarah Langan’s influences include Russell Banks, Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Shirley Jackson, Stephen King, Kelly […]

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Michael Bracken

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Michael Bracken, an award-winning writer of fiction, non-fiction, and advertising copy, provides a variety of creative services to organizations and publishers worldwide. In addition to writing advertising, media releases, and promotional material for businesses and nonprofit organizations, Michael is the author of 11 books and more than 1,200 shorter works published in more than 150 […]

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Marge Simon

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Marge Ballif Simon freelances as a writer-poet-illustrator for genre and mainstream publications such as Nebula Awards 32, Strange Horizons, Flashquake, Flash Me Magazine, Dreams & Nightmares, The Pedestal Magazine, and Vestal Review. Marge Simon is a former president of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. She now serves as editor of its bimonthly journal Star*Line, and […]

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Louise Bohmer

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Louise Bohmer is a freelance editor and writer based in Sussex, New Brunswick. Her debut novel–The Black Act–was released by Library of Horror in 2009, but is now out of print. You can read her short fiction in Old School, Tabloid Terrors 3, Courting Morpheus, and Into the Dreamlands. Her poetry can be read in […]

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Jemiah Jefferson

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Jemiah Jefferson was born in Denver, Colorado. Her childhood consisted of a steady diet of AM radio, New Wave and disco, music videos, Star Wars, horror movies, voracious and indiscriminate reading, and hours of daydreaming; all of these influences can still be found in her writing. Her first printed work, St*rf*ck*ng, a group of short […]

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Ryan M. Williams

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Ryan M. Williams is a trike-riding science fiction, fantasy, horror and urban fantasy writer living in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and son. You can find all articles and fiction relating to Ryan Michael Williams at tag Ryan M. Williams. web site: Ryan M. Williams Twitter: @ryanmwilliams books on Amazon: Ryan M. Williams

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Nicholas Kaufmann

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Nicholas Kaufmann is the critically acclaimed author of the Bram Stoker Award-nominated General Slocum’s Gold (Burning Effigy Press), Hunt at World’s End (as Gabriel Hunt, Leisure Books), Chasing the Dragon (ChiZine Publications) and the collection Walk in Shadows (Prime Books, out of print). His fiction has appeared in Cemetery Dance, The Mammoth Book of Best […]

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