April Grey lives in Hell’s Kitchen in a building next to a bedeviled garden wherein gremlins, or pixies, something mischievous, lurks. She is the author of the novel Chasing the Trickster and editor of anthology, Hell’s Kitties.
Charie La Marr, a distant relative of Mary Shelley, is a novelist and an award-winning author of short stories published in more than 50 anthologies.
Meghan Arcuri’s short fiction and poetry have been included in numerous anthologies, including Chiral Mad 3 and Madhouse. She lives in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Kathleen Scheiner is a freelance writer and editor living in Brooklyn. Her novel, The Collectors, was published in 2013.
Amy Grech has sold more than 100 stories to various anthologies and magazines. New Pulp Press recently published her book of noir stories, Rage and Redemption in Alphabet City.
Lisa Mannetti earned a Bram Stoker Award for her first novel, The Gentling Box, and has since been nominated four times for her short and long fiction, including her most recent novella, The Box Jumper, which also garnered a Shirley Jackson Award nomination and “Novella of the Year” award from This is Horror.