Mary Ann Loesch is an award winning fiction writer from
Texas. Calling Austin her home, she is often inspired in her
writing by the sights and sound that "Keep Austin Weird."
An active blogger on Loesch's Muse and co-founder of the
writing group All Things Writing, Ms. Loesch spends her
time writing urban fantasy, hanging out with her family, and
debating whether or not to get a tattoo. Her urban fantasy,
NEPHILIM, was published in July 2011 by Lyrical Press Inc.
loeschsmuse.blogspot.com and www.maryannloesch.com
Kaye George, an Agatha nominated short story writer,
is the author of CHOKE: An Imogene Duckworthy Mystery
(Mainly Murder Press), as well as A PATCHWORK OF
STORIES, a collection of her previously published works,
and THE BAVARIAN KRISP CAPER, (Untreed Reads).
FISH TALES: The Guppy Anthology contains her story,
"The Truck Contest". She serves as President of the
Guppies chapter of Sister in Crime, reviews for "Suspense
Magazine", and writes for several newsletters and blogs.
She, her husband, and a rescued feral cat named Agamemnon
live together in Texas, near Austin.
kayegeorge.com and travelswithkaye.blogspot.com
Steven E. Metze wrote THE ZOMBIE MONOLOGUES as
well as numerous role-playing-game and miniatures war
game rulebooks and sourcebooks, including ÜBER RPG
STEAMPUNK and UNDEAD STATES OF AMERICA.
He contributes to All Things Writing, and is a member of
Mensa and the Writer’s League of Texas. He graduated from
West Point and continues to serve with over 22 years of
military service, including 10 years as a military journalist.
He also holds an MFA in Film and Video production.