E.S. Magill (right) likes to wear the two hats of writer and editor. She is the editor of THE HAUNTED MANSION PROJECT: YEAR ONE, an anthology of essays and short stories based on the experiences of a dozen horror writers who attended a writers retreat at a haunted mansion. She is also the former reviews editor and columnist for Dark Wisdom magazine. Her most current short fiction can be found in the Horror Writers Association’s anthology BLOOD LITE III. She has an M.A. in English, specializing in the postmodern gothic. By day, she teaches middle school English; night is a whole other story. Southern California is home to her and her husband Greg and their menagerie of cats and Corvettes. Friend her onFacebook.

Angel Leigh McCoy (left) is the producer and lead editor at WilyWriters.com, a professional speculative fiction e-zine. She also writes, and her fiction has appeared in numerous places. During the day, she is a narrative designer at ArenaNet, part of a vast team effort to make the coolest MMORPG ever: Guild Wars 2. Angel lives with Boo, Simon, and Lapis Lazuli in Seattle, where the long, dark winters feed her penchant for all things spooky and cozy. Visit her websiteFacebook, or Twitter.

Chris Marrs (middle) lives on the West Coast of British Columbia, has two kids, two jobs, and two cats. Before the kids took over, Chris used to write a lot and had two stories published. Now that the kids are older, Chris is back to writing a lot, usually very late into the night and accompanied by copious amounts of coffee. In the past year, Chris had two pieces of flash fiction published in Necon E-books Flash Fiction Anthology Best of 2011 and another piece of flash fiction published in 100 Horrors, Tales of Horror in The Blink of An Eye. Also, a short story of hers recently appeared in Behind Locked Doors, an anthology by Wicked East Press. Chris is a supporting member of the HWA. You can find her on Facebook or at Twitter.


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