John E. Meredith is a Halloween baby, sometimes photographer, and freelance writer currently slouching toward his first novel. His writing about movies has appeared on the website PSYCHO DRIVE-IN. He's got horror stories in three published books from PDI PRESS (all available on Amazon) and a continuing series on Instagram called RETAIL JESUS. John is a cool dude who hopes, like all artists do, to one day keep the lights on and get his car repaired with the proceeds from his art.
Todd Sullivan teaches English as a Second Language, and English Literature & Writing in Asia. He has had numerous short stories, novelettes, and novellas published across several countries, including Thailand, the U.K., Australia, the U.S., and Canada. He is a practitioner of the sword-fighting martial arts, kumdo/kendo, and has trained in fencing (foil), Muay Thai, Capoeira, Wing Chun, and JKD. He graduated from Queens College with a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, and received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Georgia State University. He attended the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference and the National Book Foundation Summer Writing Camps. He currently lives in Taipei, Taiwan, and looks forward to studying Mandarin.
Jo Quenell lives in Washington State and writes. Their short fiction has been featured in anthologies and magazines such as Zombie Punks Fuck Off, Bleak Friday, Dark Moon Digest, When the Sirens Have Faded, and LAZERMALL. Their first novella, The Mud Ballad, was released April 2020 from Weirdpunk Books.
The owner of Weirdpunk Books, Sam Richard is also the co-editor of the Splatterpunk Award nominated The New Flesh: A Literary Tribute to David Cronenberg and editor of Zombie Punks Fuck Off. 2019 saw the release of his debut collection, To Wallow in Ash & Other Sorrows, and his short fiction has appeared in LAZERMALL, Strange Stories of the Sea, Breaking Bizarro, and many other anthologies and publications. Widowed in 2017, he slowly rots in Minneapolis, MN with his dog Nero. His debut novella, Sabbath of the Fox-Devils, came out Spring 2020