Ginger Nuts of Horror
Jake Anderson is a writer/filmmaker with a passion for subversive themes, fringe ideas, and satirical comedy. His genres of trade are science fiction, horror and comedy. He also runs the popular paranormal/horror blog theghostdiaries.com.
Paul Flewitt lives in Sheffield, UK with his partner and their two children. He is a writer of horror and dark fiction, described in a similar vein to Clive Barker, Stephen King and Dean Koontz. He writes under the CHBB/Vamptasy imprint.
Paul is the author of "Smoke" a flash fiction which appeared in OzHorrorCon's Book of Tribes anthology, "Paradise Park" from JEA's All That Remains anthology and the Thirteen Horror vol 3 anthology. His debut stand alone novella "Poor Jeffrey" is available through CHBB'Vamptasy press. He continues to work on further pieces...
Kevin Rodgers was born in Huntsville, Alabama on January 17, 1972. At the age of six, he wrote a series of short stories after his mother allowed him to use her typewriter. His family relocated to Greensboro, North Carolina in 1984, where he penned longer stories. In 1986, he moved to Orlando, Florida with his family, which is where he resides today. He enjoys reading fiction in the fantasy, horror, and science-fiction genres.
Over the last three years, several of his short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies. Stories such as Stargazers, Claustrophobia, Hellhound, and Citadel of the New Moon appeared in magazines from Pro Se Press. Stories such as The Scent of Jasmine and Evicted Tenants appeared in anthologies from James Ward Kirk Publishing. Pro Se Press published his first novel, CADAVER ISLAND, in March 2013. Pro Se Press recently published CADAVER ISLAND’s sequel, THE MASK OF BEELZEBUB.
He is currently working on several projects. His first short story collection, CHAOS AND DOOM, will be published in August 2014 by Pro Se Press. He is writing a novel based on his previously published story, Citadel of the New Moon, which will be called THE EMPEROR OF NIBIRU. He is also writing the final book of the CADAVER ISLAND trilogy, which will be called THE PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION.
Carole Johnstone's short stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. She has been published by PS Publishing, ChiZine Publications, Night Shade Books, TTA Press, Apex Book Company, and Morrigan Books among many others. Her work has been reprinted in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year series and Salt Publishing's Best British Fantasy 2013 and 2014.
Her debut short story collection, The Bright Day is Done, is available from Gray Friar Press, and she has two novellas in print: Cold Turkey from TTA Press, and Frenzy from Eternal Press/ Damnation Books. She is presently editing her second novel, while seeking fame and fortune with the first.
Max Booth III is the author of two novels: Toxicity (April 2014) and The Mind is a Razorblade (September 2014). He has also written two story collections: They Might Be Demons (June 2013) and True Stories Told By a Liar (now out of print). He is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing.
Since 2011 he has been the Assistant Editor of Dark Moon Digest and has edited numerous anthologies. He writes online for LitReactor, Zombie POP, and Revolt Daily. He has studied under Craig Clevenger and award winning editor, Jennifer Brozek.
Max was born in Northern Indiana. He has worked as a cashier, stockboy, copy editor, and hotel night auditor. He currently lives in San Antonio, Texas with his life partner and dachshund. Follow him on Twitter @GiveMeYourTeeth for random drunken ramblings
Justin Macumber is the author of Amazon Bestsellers HAYWIRE (Gryphonwood Press) and A MINOR MAGIC (Crescent Moon Press). When he is not hard at work on his next novel he co-hosts the Dead Robots’ Society podcast. He and his lovely wife live in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex with a crazy pack of dogs and cats that run them ragged. You can find him online at justinmacumber.com and deadrobotssociety.com. He is also a co-host and reviewer for the popular Hollywood Outsider podcast, which is located at thehollywoodoutsider.com.
Chantal Noordeloos lives in the Netherlands, where she spends her time with her wacky, supportive husband, and outrageously cunning daughter, who is growing up to be a supervillain. When she is not busy exploring interesting new realities, or arguing with characters (aka writing), she likes to dabble in drawing.
In 1999 she graduated from the Norwich School of Art and Design, where she focused mostly on creative writing.
There are many genres that Chantal likes to explore in her writing. Currently Sci-fi Steampunk is one of her favorites, but her ‘go to’ genre will always be horror. “It helps being scared of everything; that gives me plenty of inspiration,” she says.
Chantal likes to write for all ages, and storytelling is the element of writing that she enjoys most. “Writing should be an escape from everyday life, and I like to provide people with new places to escape to, and new people to meet.”
Shawn Ewert. Born and bred in North Texas, Shawn started writing short stories at a tender age. Following a deep love of film of every kind, he was encouraged by friends and professors to pursue his love of writing. Growing up during the heyday of the slasher film in the 80′s, Shawn immediately developed an affinity for horror films that bordered on obsession. Currently, Shawn is working on a number of different projects. Focusing his energies on Texas indie films, he moves from writing to directing, acting to set photography, and even catering film shoots to move into any role he is needed on set.
JAMES COOPER is the author of the short story collections You Are The Fly and The Beautiful Red. His novella Terra Damnata was published by PS Publishing in 2011 and was shortlisted for a British Fantasy Award. His novella Strange Fruit has just been released by PS Publishing, and his novel Dark Father will be published by DarkFuse in June 2014 and. Forthcoming is Country Dark, which will be published next year as part of the TTA Novella Series, and the short story collection Human Pieces from PS Publishing. You can visit his website at: jamescooperfiction.co.uk
Jeremy Bennett was born deep in the heart of Alaska. It had been rumored and prophesied that his coming would heralded a great and fantastic age of wonder, and to celebrate such an event Duran Duran released their hit single Hungry Like the Wolf in his honor. It was a bold move on their part, but one that would ultimately pay off.
He received an Anthropology degree specializing in Archeology with a minor in philosophy. Neither one helped pay the bills. So,he continued to work construction to make beer money.
Soon after graduation Bennett finished his first book called Maleficarum: Hunger of the Witch. We have yet to see how that turns out.