Amongst his previous publishing successes are the paintball magazine Born To Dye and the tabletop war games magazineRandom Factor. He worked for seven years on local newspapers before becoming a graphic designer and has written a regular monthly column for Paintball Games International magazine. His short stories have been published at Alternate Species, Dangerous Creatures, Dark Fiction and in Fiction‘s debut issue. He is a member of the BFS and the BSFA, but don’t hold that against him!
Is a writer whose works have appeared in print, e-zine, and podcast form. She is co-founder, editor, and contributing writer for the Variant Frequencies podcast. She lives at Teen Central in the Land of the Winter Storm Warning.
Is a freelance proofreader and editor, as well as a closet comic and Warhammer geek. She runs her own writing group in Derby and organises a few local writing events each year including Script Frenzy and NaNoWriMo. As a result of these, she has a lot of her own writing hidden away in drawers.
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Is a British writer who also takes photographs. She used to be Submissions Manager for NFG and currently reads slush for ASIM and is a copy editor for GUD magazine. The short story is her favorite form, which makes it puzzling that her shorts tend to grow into novels. Her short stories have appeared in various publications and she has had an article published in Strange Horizons.
Has a degree in English and Writing for Performance and an MA in Creative Writing. Under the name Paigan Stone her first novel Gabriele Caccini –The Vampire Gene Book 1 received a Silver Award for Book of the Year 2008 with ForeWord Magazine. She is currently working on the fourth book to be published later in 2011 by our imprint, The House of Murky Depths. Her writing has appeared in several anthologies.
Studied Graphic Design at Ware College in Hertfordshire before heading up BP Oil’s design studio after a five-year apprenticeship in Print, in the days of hot metal! His favorite medium used to be oils – he’s a slow worker – but Photoshop allows him more freedom, but not the unique singular product. His illustration for Gareth D Jones’ “Looking In, Looking Out” in Issue #1 of Murky Depths was nominated for The BSFA’s Best Artwork 2007.