David B. Harrington is a proud resident of Portland, Oregon. Originally from Connecticut, David moved to Portland in 1988. He is a self-proclaimed Christian Mystic and is interested in all things spiritual and metaphysical. David began writing thirty years ago and his book, Inclinations - Mystical Visions, is a collection of short visionary fiction & metaphysical/spiritual poetry based on a series of mystical and esoteric visions he’s experienced.
T. M. Hunter’s short stories have appeared to critical acclaim in such publications as Ray Gun Revival, Residential Aliens, and Golden Visions Magazine. His four Aston West novels include Heroes Die Young , Friends In Deed, Death Brings Victory and All Good Things. Other titles include his novella Seeker, a sci-fi thriller The Cure, and a number of Aston West Triple-Shots. Learn more about T. M. Hunter and read plenty of free excerpts and short stories at AstonWest.com.
Joel V. Kela calls the Upper Peninsula of Michigan home. He is married to a better woman than he deserves, has four surprising kids, and goes kiteboarding whenever he can. His stories have appeared in a variety of publications, including Stupefying Stories, Big Pulp, and the Deepwood Publishing anthology Ruined Cities.
Lyndon Perry, who also writes as Garth Perry, is a pastor, husband, and grateful father of two. He enjoys dark roast coffee, herds cats on the side, and used to teach middle grade English. His stories are mostly speculative and usually have a spiritual element to them. You can keep up with his latest projects at LyndonPerryWriter.com.
Stoney M. Setzer lives outside of Atlanta, GA, with his beautiful wife and three wonderful children. Setzer strives to create suspenseful stories with Christian themes. His works have been featured in Residential Aliens, Christian Sci-Fi Journal, Fear and Trembling Magazine, as well as a number of anthologies. He is employed as a middle school special education teacher.
Will Swardstrom is a speculative fiction author. He has two full length novels, Dead Sleep and Dead Sight, and is at work on the finale in the trilogy. He also has a few stories in the Future Chronicles anthologies and in Hugh Howey's Wool universe. Will lives in Southern Illinois with his wife and two children.