Richard J. Alley is the author of Five Night Stand, with stories and essays appearing in the anthology Memphis Noir, Oxford American and Memphis magazine, among others. He lives in Memphis, Tennessee, with his wife, the novelist Kristy Dallas Alley, and their children.
Author of Stoner Ghosts of
Karen Karlitz spent many years as an editor/writer for various publications and as a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times. Her fiction and nonfiction has appeared in numerous literary journals, anthologies and newspapers. She is the author of the e-book "Baggage," available at Amazon Kindle. "No Thanks," a chapter excerpted from the book, is one of the most read stories of all time on Fictionaut.com, the social literary fiction site.
Author of The Shoreless Sea
J.B. Toner studied Literature at Thomas More College and holds a black belt in Ohana Kilohana Kenpo-Jujitsu. He has held many occupations, from altar boy to homeless person, but has always aspired to be a writer. The Shoreless Sea is his second novel. Toner lives in Massachusetts with his lovely wife and daughter, to whom he keeps dedicating books.
Author of My Rad Career
Bill Allen is an actor and writer. Bill has been seen on such projects like "Streamers," "Hill Street Blues," "Hotel", "Family Ties" and "Amazing Stories". Although not a professional BMX rider, he was good enough in "Rad" to fool nearly anyone familiar with the sport.
Author of Beckon the Ravens
Bradon Nave was born and raised in rural Oklahoma. He attended a small country school during junior high and high school, and graduated with only three people in his class. After graduate school, he decided to devote his spare time to his passion of writing. Bradon currently lives in Piedmont, Oklahoma, with his wife and two young children. When he's not writing, he loves running, being with friends and family, and being outdoors. Bradon is a USA-Today Bestselling Author.
Author of Harm's Way
Author of seven books is a lover of the outdoors and enjoys canoeing, skiing and traveling. Among other things. He’s lived at various times in the Dordogne in France where his book Harvest is based. He began writing when taking a year off between high school and university to work on a small city daily. First job? Writing obituaries.