Ginger Nuts of Horror
Grégory Levasseur is a writer and producer, known for The Hills Have Eyes (2006), P2(2007) and Mirrors (2008). His latest film The Pyramid. Where a team of archaeologists discover a vast pyramid buried under the Egyptian desert. As they investigate, they get lost within a complex labyrinth inside the pyramid. As they venture further and further in order to escape, the group soon realizes that they are being hunted.
Simon Kearns grew up in the North of Ireland and now lives in the South of France. His debut novel, Virtual Assassin (Revenge Ink, 2010), explores personal responsibility in a corrupt society. Dark Waves, about a powerful haunting and the rationalist determined to debunk it, is out now. He also writes experimental flash fiction, examples of which can be found on his website.
E. Stuart Marlowe is a filmmaker, screenwriter and author. He has directed and written numerous award-winning short films as well as two indie horror features, Blood Rush and Horror House, distributed by Brain Damage Films.
His debut novel, Menagerie, was adapted from a screenplay he had written with his wife, Kerry. The book went on to become an Amazon bestseller in horror and sci fi.
Colleagues and readers alike have dubbed Kerry Alan Denney The Reality Bender. The multiple award-winning author of Soulsnatcher (Lazy Day Publishing, April 29, 2014 - ISBN 978-1499251777) and Jagannath (coming from Permuted Press February 3, 2015), Kerry has written eight novels and published several short stories of fantastic fiction incorporating genre-blending elements of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and the supernatural and paranormal—speculative fiction at its wildest and craziest. With joy, malicious glee, and a touch of madness, he writes reality-bending thrillers, even when the voices don't compel him to. His protagonists are his children, and he loves them as dearly as he despises his antagonists... even when he has to kill them.
John F.D. Taff is an author with nearly 30 years experience in all sorts of writing…public relations, marketing, sales, journalism and creative. He’s a published author with more than 75 short stories and soon to be six novels in print. His writing tends to be categorized as “horror,” though most of it has a weird, pulpy Twilight Zone vibe to it. He also writes fantasy, suspense and some science fiction. Over the years, six of his short stories have been awarded honorable mentions in Datlow & Windling’s Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror.
John is a fascinating human being (yes, he’s writing this), with diverse interests in history (Ancient Egypt and the Civil War, particularly), spiritualism, the paranormal, cooking, movies, music and reading. He resides in a lovely house down by a river that likes to, every so often, overflow its banks and spread alarmingly over the countryside, sweeping aside mobile homes, swine and meth labs. He shares the house with his two wonderfully cute pugs, Sadie & Tovah. He shares his life with his wonderful fiancee, Deborah, who puts up with a great deal from him.
Benedict Ashforth is a Horror writer living in Dorset, England, and is the author of the UK Bestselling Amazon Ghost Story, Abbot's Keep.
Paul Southern is a former pop musician and academic. He has written three novels, the latest of which is Killing Sound, a YA horror set on the London Underground.
Jeremy Thompson is a Southern California-based writer of horror, SF, thrillers and bizarro fiction. His bibliography includes The Phantom Cabinet, The Fetus and Other Stories, and Into the Darkness: Volume One's closing tale.
Mark Rigney is the author of four Renner & Quist adventures, including Check-Out Time and the e-book novellas The Skates and Sleeping Bear, both available from Samhaim Publishing. As a playwright, his work has been produced in twenty states plus Canada. Full-lengths include Ten Red Kings and Acts of God (both published by Playscripts, Inc.), as well as Bears, winner of the 2012 Panowski Playwriting Competition. His short fiction appears in Black Static, Unlikely Story, Witness, The Best of the Bellevue Literary Review, and Talebones, among over fifty other venues. In non-fiction, Deaf Side Story: Deaf Sharks, Hearing Jets and a Classic American Musical (Gallaudet University Press) remains happily in print one decade on. His website is www.markrigney.net.
Simon Dewar was born and bred in Canberra, Australia. He lives there with his wife and 3 daughters.
He has fiction published in the Bloody Parchment: The Root Cellar and Other Stories, as well as the forthcoming anthologies The Sea and Death’s Realm, from Dark Continents Publishing and Grey Matter Press, respectively.
He is the editor of the Suspended in Dusk anthology, available from Books of the Dead Press.
By day, he is an ICT systems engineer; by night he writes, and edits, the literature of anxiety.