Tanya Little pays the bills by teaching dead kids how to walk again.
Amy Jenest has been published in Burn!, Anthrax Diaries, and Make Me Bleed. An amateur filmmaker, Amy is the winner of the 2016 George Romero Award presented to short documentaries focusing on the plight of the living dead.
Tom Campbell lives in Mendocino County, California where he performs freelance wetware reprogramming.
David Rosenfeld hails from Hugo, Oregon where most of his stories are set. He is a student at Rogue Community College. An avid reader since the age of ten, at sixteen he turned to horror when his deceased grandparents came back to live with his family.
Ted Pagano is a minimally trained body artist. He now works in a body shop as a reassembler.
Elias Cruz is a poet living and still hiding in the tunnels of New York City. Like most writers, J.C. Sanborn has had to supplement his income from time to time. Over the decades, he has worked as a movie house manager, drama coach, interior painter, blackjack dealer, media critic, English teacher, roadie, advertising salesman, creative writing instructor, mercenary hunter, interment guard, and storage coordinator.
Valerie Sousa is our first non-living contributor. Eclectic in subject and materials, her art explores a full range of existential states and unnatural experiences.
Andy Mikkelson was born on the shores of Lake Erie. He studied anthropology and linguistics at Ohio State University. His thesis on the "Parallels Between Dead Languages and Languages of the Dead" led to a guest speaker spot at the first annual Post Apocalypse Conference and Wine Tasting Forum held at Irvine, California. He also paints.
Perry Wright is a relative newcomer to the field of writing. He lives in Tampa Bay, Florida with his wife and three mutant cats.