Authors

Joseph Ferguson

Wingdale
United States
US

Joseph Ferguson is an author, poet, and journalist appearing in a variety of small press, regional, and national publications. He wrote
propaganda for a living for a variety of entities for some 25 years.
His recent collection of short fiction, Southbound, follows the exploits of one character, Basement Man.
He is a former editor and critic for Hudson Valley , ran the Fiction Workshop for the Poughkeepsie Library District, and regularly reviews books and videos for Climbing, The American Book Review, Kirkus Indie, and a number of other publications.
He also...

Ben Mariner

Parker
United States
US

Ben Mariner is the award winning author of the Apocalypse Wow series, though all of those awards were self-presented. He has also written The Many Lives of Zane Montgomery which some people definitely read. When not writing, Ben can be found searching the globe for the lost city of Atlantis or attempting to break the record for most consecutive hours spent doing nothing in particular. He is an avid consumer of useless knowledge, a staunch supporter of not eating vegetables ever, and knows every single word to Will Smith’s 1997 album Big Willie Style. And, no, that’s not a joke.

Garfield Whyte

Kingston
Jamaica
JM

Garfield Whyte, a lawyer is gradually trying to make a career change as he find law mundane and boring. He holds a bachelor’s degree in geography and social sciences from the University of the West Indies, a master’s degree in business administration from the Nova Southeastern University in Florida, USA. Still not satisfied with his academic achievements, he went on to complete a law degree from the University of London, then on to the Norman Manley Law School.
Prior to his legal career, he worked in the banking sector with leading commercial banks, including Scotiabank, with his...

Chantal Gadoury

Dover
United States
US

Chantal Gadoury is a young author who currently lives in a small town in Delaware with her two cats, Theo and Harper and her fiance, Robert. Chantal likes anything Disney, plays a mean game of Disney trivia, enjoys painting and has a interest in British History. Chantal first started writing stories at the age of seven and continues that love of writing today. As a recent college graduate from Susquehanna University, with a degree in Creative Writing, writing novels is a dream come true.

Chad Descoteaux

Central Falls, RI
United States
US

I am a self-published science fiction author who loves to write exciting science fiction stories that humorously comments on the world around me.

john duval

la jolla
United States
US

Born 1934, classical pianist, teacher. Military experience: US Air Force, Korea War. Juilliard School of Music, University of the Pacific, Performances in US, Japan, Europe, Philippines. Taught Piano master classes at numerous universities. Became highly successful artist (abstract paintings) after 50 and started writing fiction at age 70.

Kiah Stephens

Newcastle
Australia
AU

Kiah Stephens is an Australian author who loves writing young and fresh romance novels with inspirational messages.
Her books contain edgy topics and don't shy away from real-life issues.
She lives on the sunny coast of beautiful New South Wales.
She enjoys discovering new authors, as well as reading the works of some of the more well-known authors such as Francine Rivers, Nicholas Sparks, and Diana Gabaldon.

Malaena Medford

Casper
United States
US

Malaena Medford was born in California, spent her early childhood in Utah, and eventually moved to Wyoming where she began writing stories at age twelve. She still resides in Wyoming, where she continues to pursue her passion for writing fantasy fiction.

Lycantis was originally written as a short story for a quest submission in a videogame, where it got many positive reviews from peers. The quest story was declined, and so her friends convinced her to start writing it as an actual novel. The step into the world of fantasy and fiction writing prompted many other projects. She...

Kate Rigby

Devon
United Kingdom
GB

Kate Rigby has been writing for over thirty-five years. She realized her unhip credentials were mounting so decided to write about it. Little Guide to Unhip is published as an ebook and in paperback.

However, she’s not completely unhip. Her punk novel, Fall Of The Flamingo Circus was published by Allison & Busby (1990) and by Villard (American hardback 1990). Skrev Press published her novels Seaview Terrace (2003) Sucka! (2004) and Break Point(2006) and other shorter work has appeared in Skrev’s avant garde magazine Texts’ Bones.

Thalidomide Kid was published by Bewrite...