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Philip Ivory

Philip Ivory

Philip Ivory lives in Tucson, Ariz. He studied literature at Columbia University and works as a professional writer/communications specialist.
He writes fiction and pursues his craft with the Writers Studio Tucson.
Philip was a winner of the 2015 Writers Studio “Write to Read” Contest for his story, “Most of Us Are From Someplace Else.”
Philip’s short story “On Hyacinth Mountain” was published in the May 2016 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Daniel Soule

Daniel Soule

Daniel writes children's novels for middle grade readers and short stories for their grownups - longer words and the occasional pinch of profanity being the main difference. He makes the kind of stories he would want to read, that is with a bit of magic and if not magic then wonderment will do. Simply, he just wants readers to want to turn the page.
Daniel’s short story “Plight of the Valkyrie” was published in the April 2016 issue of Devolution Z Magazine. 

Richard Mark Ankers

Richard Mark Ankers

Richard is a former authonomy.com gold medalist. He has featured in Daily Science Fiction, anthologies by Third Flatiron Publishing and Leap Books, and feels privileged to have had his work published in many more. Richard also writes daily for his own self-titled website.
Richard’s short story “Nocturne” was published in the April 2016 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

S.L. Dixon

S.L. Dixon

Former homeless hitchhiker and high school dropout, S.L. Dixon grew up in Ontario, Canada and his short stories have appeared in magazines, digests, literary journals and anthologies from around the world.
He's married, has a cat and currently resides in a small coastal community in British Columbia, Canada.
S.L.’s short story “The Sipitak Experience” was published in the March 2016 issue of Devolution Z Magazine. 

Jon Stubbington

Jon Stubbington

Cow-herder, bon vivant, adventurer, an erudite wit. All words that have not been used to describe Jon. And there are plenty more where they came from.
Jon’s short story “Dredged” and his associated artwork were published in the January 2016 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Shannon Lawrence

Shannon Lawrence

A fan of all things fantastical and frightening, Shannon Lawrence writes primarily horror and fantasy.
When she's not writing, she's hiking through the wilds of Colorado and photographing her magnificent surroundings, where, coincidentally, there's always a place to hide a body or birth a monster.
Shannon’s short story “Blue Sludge Blues” was published in the February 2016 issue of Devolution Z Magazine. 

Kate Hill

Kate Hill

Kate loves reading and writing romance. She also writes under the pen name Saloni Quinby.
Kate’s short story “Greta O’Neil vs Sasquatch” was published in the BIGFOOT SPECIAL EDITION of Devolution Z Magazine (December 15, 2015).

Vicki Buchan

Vicki Buchan

Vicki is a self-taught artist from Glasgow, Scotland. She specializes in oil paintings, with a particular interest in landscapes, and has completed a variety of private commissions, which always present an opportunity to tackle challenging and interesting subjects.
When Vicki isn't painting, she is a Marketing Manager who spends the rest of her time swimming and catching up with family and friends.
Vicki’s artwork appeared on the back cover and alongside Christopher P. Mooney’s short story “El Chupacabra” in the BIGFOOT SPECIAL EDITION of Devolution Z Magazine (December 15, 2015). 

Jay Michael Wright II

Jay Michael Wright II

Jay is a horror and fantasy author (along with being a dad and husband) working on his first completed novel, Talon: Jester's Game. It's an urban fantasy/Vampire novel focused around the sole survivor of the Lost Colony of Roanoke as he makes his way through 1999 Alabama. At first, things are fine until he sees a girl who looks just like his dead sister. Then everything unravels. In almost no time at all, he ends up with a Pureblood Clan of Vampires hunting him down, the Catholic Church's Hunters (Birds of Prey) hot on his heels, and a biker gang Warlock looking for revenge over a family member which became Talon's "lunch". And, to top it off, he's trying to keep safe a mortal girl (or at least she appears mortal) who he owes his life to.
Jay’s short story “I’ll be Home for Christmas” was published in the December 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.
Jay’s short stories “The Rockville Skunk Ape” and “Murder Creek” were published in the BIGFOOT SPECIAL EDITION (2015) issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Chad Lutzke

Chad Lutzke

Chad lives in Battle Creek, MI. with his wife and children where he works as a medical language specialist.
For over two decades, he has been a contributor to several different outlets in the independent music and film scene including articles, reviews, and artwork.
Chad loves music, rain, sarcasm, dry humor, and cheese. He has a strong disdain for dishonesty and hard-boiled eggs.
Chad’s short story collaboration with Ian Bush, “The Transmogrification of Christopher Edwards,” was published in the October 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine. 

Luke Spooner

Luke Spooner (Carrion House)

Luke Spooner currently lives and works in the South of England. Having graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a first class degree he is now a full time illustrator working under two aliases; ‘Carrion House’ for his darker work and ‘Hoodwink House’ for his work aimed at a younger audience. He believes that the job of putting someone else’s words into a visual form, to accompany and support their text, is a massive responsibility as well as being something he truly treasures.
Luke's cover art has been featured on many issues of Devolution Z Magazine.

Chance Barton

Chance Barton

Chance was a software developer and professor of computer sciences for many years. Until he realized that he wanted a change.
After repeated urging from co-workers, friends and family, he decided to write some of his stories down.
During a trip to a software convention, he chatted with several game developers. Before he knew it, he was writing their backstories.
After a couple of years, this eventually led him to writing short stories and he now has a couple novels in the works, to be published very soon.
His writing focuses around supernatural horror and science fiction.
Chance’s short story “Suburbia Wild” appeared in the November 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.
Chance’s short stories “Suburbia Wild II” and “Northern Seclusions” appeared in the BIGFOOT SPECIAL EDITION of Devolution Z Magazine.
Chance and Cordelia Vandenburg's collaborative short story, "Disorder in the Court," was published in the April 2016 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Tiffany Morris

Tiffany Morris

Tiffany Morris is a writer and witch from Nova Scotia. Her horror fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction have appeared in anthologies, magazines, and online.
Current Projects: Wendigo Heart, a horror poetry chapbook; Athame, a YA novel about ghosts, punk rock and Canadian witches.
Tiffany’s short story “What Lurks Among the Trees” appeared in the BIGFOOT SPECIAL EDITION of Devolution Z Magazine.

Sophie McNaughton

Sophie McNaughton

Sophie McNaughton is a 20-year-old student of English Literature, Journalism and Creative Writing at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. She is a writer, journalist, editor and a blogger.
Her little blog contains a bit of everything I enjoy writing including: articles, short stories, poetry, reviews (TV, film, books, food - you name it, she'll review it), general blog posts and updates.
Sophie’s short story “Flesh and Blood” appeared in the December 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

K. I. Borrowman

K. I. Borrowman

When she was in third grade, her teacher told her to “write what you know,” so from that point onward, K. I. Borrowman set out to experience as much as possible. She has lived on five of the planet’s seven continents, earned two bachelor’s degrees, and hand-reared a human child. She has owned twenty-three different vehicles and lived in thirty-five different homes. She has climbed many mountains, dived many seas, and carried many back packs. She hopes to know more, and continue to write it. Read Borrowman's humorous blogs for English students: www.thenardvark.com and for cat lovers: www.spotthekitty.com. Find directions to more of Borrowman's writings on her website: www.kiborrowman.net and follow her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KIBorrowman/.
K. I. Borrowman’s short story “Strength in Numbers” appeared in the September 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine, while her poem “I Feel” appeared in the October 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Travis West

Travis West

Travis West is a writer, gamer and grammar enthusiast. He studied English at Dalhousie University before moving to Toronto, Canada, where he currently resides with his wife, Sarah, and their cat, Novella.
When he isn’t penning novels and short stories, Travis is reading scary stories, watching old horror movies or hunting zombies.
Travis’ short story “Ophelia Walking Home” appeared in the November 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Luke Walker

Luke Walker

Luke Walker writes horror and fantasy fiction. Mirror Of The Namless is published by DarkFuse and his collection of short horror, Die Laughing, is now available. A new book will be published by Caffeine Nights in 2016. More of his short fiction has been published online at various sites and in print.
Luke’s short story “The Sins of the Fathers” appeared in the November 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

John C Adams

John C Adams

John C Adams has been writing all his life and is in hopes of getting recognized. Sci-Fi and Fantasy are his passion. He is a member of The Critters Workshop. John was long listed for the Aeon Award in 2012 and 2013.
John’s short story “The Foundling Birth” appeared in the November 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Christopher P. Mooney

Christopher P. Mooney

Christopher P. Mooney was born and brought up in Glasgow and spent two years living in France. At various times in his life, he was a supermarket cashier, a shelf stacker, a barman, a cinema usher, a carpet-fitter’s labourer, a foreign language assistant and a secondary school teacher. He would rather be a writer. He writes poems and short stories and is working on his first novel. He currently lives in a small house near London, where he spends a lot of time at his desk reading, writing and alternating between hot coffee, cold beer and red wine.
Christopher’s short story “Creature of the Night” was published in the November 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Alessandro Manzetti

Alessandro Manzetti

Alessandro Manzetti is a horror, science fiction, weird fiction and dark poetry writer. His English publications include The Massacre of the Mermaids, The Shaman and Other Shadows, Venus Intervention with Corrine De Winter as co-author, Dark Gates with Paolo Di Orazio as co-author, Eden Underground and stories and poems that appeared in both print and online USA and UK magazines and anthologies, such as Dark Moon Digest, The Horror Zine, Disturbed Digest, Bones III, Rhysling Anthology 2015, and others. His dark poetry collection Venus Intervention was nominated for the Bram Stoker Awards 2014 and the Elgin Award 2015. His poem “The Man Who Saw the World” was nominated for the Rhysling Award 2015 and the poem “Interiora” received the Sinister Poetry Award 2014. Alessandro lives in Rome, Italy.
Alessandro’s poetry collaboration with Bruce Boston, “Lady of the Dark Hours” appeared in the November 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

C. C. Adams

C. C. Adams

C. C. Adams was born and raised in London, UK. As the youngest of three sons, he credits his oldest brother with showing him the world of dark fiction and horror through books, TV and film at an early age. On beating his first National Novel Writing Month challenge in 2009, he decided to run with more of his ideas, now published in anthologies such as 100 Doors To Madness and Cranial Leakage, Volume 1.
  A member of the Horror Writers Association, he still lives in London, where he lifts weights, practises martial arts, cooks - and looks for the next quote to set off the next dark delicacy.
C. C.’s short story “Don’t Run” was published in the October 2015 issue of Devolution Z magazine.

David Smith

David Smith

David Smith is lucky to live and write in beautiful West Wales in an Edwardian house that overlooks Cardigan Bay. He has written six books so far and many short stories, and he's married to a wonderful woman and his best friend, Ally.
He worked in the hotel industry for many years and has just published a book of ghost stories based mainly in and around hotels. He drew on the stunning surroundings of remote West Wales for inspiration for both thrillers in the ‘Seeds’ series – which are set in a quiet seaside town where big events don’t happen – or do they? He was a gigging musician for 30 years and many of the crazy stories in his books ‘One Bad Gig’ and the sequel, ‘Another Bad Gig’ actually happened to him or close friends. He also writes TV comedy & drama scripts.
David’s short story “The Party” was published in the October 2015 issue of Devolution Z magazine.

Luke Spooner

Luke Spooner

Luke Spooner currently lives and works in the South of England. Having graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a first class degree he is now a full time illustrator working under two aliases; ‘Carrion House’ for his darker work and ‘Hoodwink House’ for his work aimed at a younger audience. He believes that the job of putting someone else’s words into a visual form, to accompany and support their text, is a massive responsibility as well as being something he truly treasures.
Luke created the Cover Art for the September 2015, November 2015, December 2015 and the BIGFOOT SPECIAL EDITION issues of Devolution Z Magazine.

Marsheila Rockwell

Marsheila Rockwell

Marsheila (Marcy) Rockwell is an author, engineer, and mother of three wonderful sons. She has been nominated for the Scribe, Rhysling, and Dwarf Stars Awards and is a member of the SFWA, IAMTW, SinC, and SFPA. She also served for several years as an editor for Mindflights. Her latest published novel is SKEIN OF SHADOWS (2012), a sequel to 2011's THE SHARD AXE, published by Wizards of the Coast. Wizards also published her first novel, LEGACY OF WOLVES, in 2007.
Marsheila’s poem “Dutiful Daughter” was published in the August 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Craig Steven

Craig Steven

Craig Steven is a writer. Horror, Mystery, Fantasy, anything that he can add a dark little twist to. Battle Rap Enthusiast. Proud Affiliate of the Horror Writers Association.
Craig's short story “The House of Wolves” was published in the October 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Kevin Wetmore

Kevin Wetmore

Kevin Wetmore's essay on Catholicism in Edward Albee's plays was accepted to the inaugural issue of The Edward Albee Review.
New short stories will be appearing in upcoming issues of Mothership Zeta, Odd Tree Quarterly, and Weirdbook, and in the anthology Disturbance from Laurel Highlands Press.
Stop in weekly for updates on upcoming publications, performances, productions and public lectures.
Kevin’s short story “Godot Showed Up” was published in the September 2015 issue of Devolution Z magazine.

David Turnbull

David Turnbull

David Turnbull writes what could best be described as 'Fantasy Fiction' - sometimes this includes a 'Sci-Fi' or a'Horror' slant. Some of what he writes contains traditional folk tale elements. Most of what he writes has a bit of a political flavour to it.
David’s short story “The Four and Twenty” was published in the August 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Michael Burnside

Michael Burnside

Michael Burnside is an author of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and historical fiction but is currently best known for his work in the steampunk genre. Although he holds a master's degree in political science from Ohio University, Michael's background is primarily in information technology and software documentation. Writing fiction began as a way for him to take a break from the rigid structure that technical writing demands.
Besides writing fiction, Michael enjoys role play gaming and is one of the founders of Blackclaw Games. Michael is the primary author of Baptism of Fire: World War Two Role Play.
Michael’s short story “Remembrance” was published in the August 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Alex Ledante

The Darker Side of Passion

Although he is a classically trained artist, Alex Ledante had been anticipating digital art for many years before it was practical to do on a desktop computer. Having multiple copies and the undo function allowed Ledante the liberty to become a more experimental artist than he had been with traditional media. He is now a freelance illustrator and fine artist who utilizes both 2D and 3D applications to create his work. Alex created the Cover Art for the August 2015 and October 2015 issues of Devolution Z Magazine.

Michael F. Housel

Michael F. Housel

Michael F. Housel is the author of dark-fantasy novel, FLASK OF EYES and upcoming novels, ENTER--THE PERSONA! and THE HYDE SEED. He is an avid collector of horror, science-fiction and fantasy.
Michael’s short story “Bog Demon Triumphant” was published in the August 2015 issue of Devolution Z Magazine.

Horror Tree

Horror Tree

The Horror Tree is a resource for horror authors, mainly those that deal with short stories. The main goal is to include all of the latest horror anthologies and publishers that are taking paying submissions. A resource useful for both new and experienced publishers alike looking for an outlet for their written material! Each anthology that Horror Tree lists should have a set deadline as well as offer compensation in the form of direct payment, royalties, or at the very least a physical contributor’s copy.

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