Lincoln Crisler is a noncommissioned officer in the US Army, a three-time combat veteran, a devoted husband and father, and the Terror That Flaps in the Night. His work has appeared in a variety of print and online venues, to include The Horror Library, Down in the Cellar, The Late Late Show, HUB Magazine and Shroud Publishing’s Abominations anthology. He is the author of two collections of short stories, Despairs & Delights and Magick & Misery. Visit his site, http://lincolncrisler.info, or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sean Grigsby writes scary stories and lives in central Arkansas. His work can be described in two words – fun and frightening. Blending well-crafted action sequences with a generous dose of humor and guts, Sean easily stands along side the best in . His most recent story can be found in Press’ “Christmas is Dead: A Zombie Anthology”.
Steve Lowe writes dark stuff, except when he doesn’t. He has completed a brooding werewolf novella that he can’t seem to sell and a comedy/drama (he absolutely reufses to use the phrase “dramedy”) novelette that he’s trying like hell to sell. His fiction has appeared in Allegory, the Dead Bait Anthology, The Absent Willow Review, House of Horror, The New Flesh, and probably some other places, but he’s growing ever more forgetful with his advancing age. Wait, what was he talking about? Ah, yes, himself. Steve is also a sports writer for the South Bend (Ind.) Tribune and covers the Notre Dame hockey beat. In his spare time, Steve enjoys writing autobiographical blurbs in the third person.