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Drew Avera

Drew Avera grew up in rural Mississippi before joining the US Navy at the age of seventeen. Eventually, the need to create the worlds he imagined while deployed began to grow out of control, and at the age of thirty he finally put words to paper… digitally.

Known for fast-paced science fiction thrillers, Drew is also the founder of The Collective. Maybe putting glue on his hands in grade school has led to his mutant power of being the glue that holds people together, or maybe this idea was good enough that people wanted to take part in it. Either way, Drew is excited to see what comes from this first round of stories and he hopes you are too!

You can read more about Drew and his work here.

Pavarti K. Tyler

Award-winning author of multi-cultural and transgressive literature, Pavarti K. Tyler can be found with Doc Martens strapped on over fishnets. Girlish giggles come as easily to her as a throaty guffaws.

You can read more about Pavarti and her work here.

Mikey Campling

Mikey was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. He was, he says, given very little say in the matter. Some years later, during his first day at school, he discovered the wondrous world that is The Book Corner, and he has never really left it.

You can find out more on Mikey’s website: mikeycampling.com

 

Woelf Dietrich

Woelf Dietrich mostly writes tales of dark fantasy and the supernatural, which is maybe not such a far cry from his lawyering days. Sometimes he writes other things. He resides in New Zealand with his wife and kids and a dog.

You can learn more about Woelf and his work here.

M.J. Kelley

M. J. Kelley is a story forger and humorist with a passion for education. He can peel a carrot with a look. Science fiction, fantasy, screenplays, and literary fiction flick from his pen like liquid water. M. J. dwells in San Francisco, CA, seasonally as well as year round, and possesses a healthy fear of people with clipboards.

Find out more about his current projects here.

Christopher Godsoe

Christopher Godsoe is an American author known for his speculative fiction, through which he explores themes of virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence and mind uploading, as well as the more esoteric fields of human consciousness, perception, and personal identity.

He resides in Central Maine with his son, and is the author of pre://d.o.mai.n, the first novel of his postcyberpunk d.o.mai.n series, as well as the short story collection Covinous.

He is also a digital graphic artist, 3D modeler, and when he can find free time he usually spends it cooking, playing competitive online games with his son, golfing, or customizing something electronic or mechanical.

You can read more about his work here.

Saffron Bryant

Saffron Bryant is a young Australian author with a passion for fantasy and science fiction. She began writing at a very early age and hasn’t stopped since. She has a degree in Biomedical Science (with honours) and is currently completing her PhD at the University of Sydney.

You can read more about Saffron and her work here.

David J Delaney

David is a writer from Dublin, Ireland. He writes any length of story from Short fiction to Novels. He enjoys the darker side of fiction with Thriller and Horror being his genres of choice. His work has been published in magazines, anthologies and his first Novel ‘The Vanishing’ was self published in March 2015.

Stephen King is David’s Idol with The Dark Tower series being his all time favorite series of books.

If you want to contact David or find out more about his work then please head on over to davidjdelaney.net

Jamie Dodge

Jamie Dodge is a full-time writer and a full-time caregiver. He generally writes science fiction, but will dabble in almost anything, just don’t ask him to write a romance.

You can read more about Jamie and his work here.

Buffy Naillon

Buffy Naillon is mostly a writer, but secretly an artist. A lover of foodies and in her spare time a Vampire Slayer with a weakness 4 Sherlock. Author of the international bestselling, The Girl Who Fell Into the Sky.

You can read more about Buffy and her work here.

Recent Blog Posts

Woelf Dietrich: Art of Fantasy 100

We’ve been quiet for a while but that is only because we’re busy writing. However, today I have reason to smile. I published my 100th “Art of Fantasy” post on my blog earlier today. To celebrate the occasion I decided to look at the origins of...

Winds of Change

Sorry everyone, I know it’s been a while. The seasons changed and so did a lot of things in my life.   I had to move out of the place I called home for eighteen years. It was much harder than I thought it would be. I’m not a very sentimental person but after all...

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