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Wax & Wane: A Gathering of Witch Tales

Wax & Wane: Coy Hall

Coy Hall is married to a wonderful woman, lives somewhere in Appalachia, and, aside from writing horror stories, makes a living as a history professor. coyhall.com Wax & Wane: Wasp Wing   What is your story about? “Wasp Wing” is about a young woman who has a history...

Wax & Wane: Jo Wu

Jo Wu is a proud Cal Bear born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she can be found scribbling in notebooks or typing away in her Google Docs, accompanied by a giant Jack Skellington mug that’s constantly refilled with green tea and hot water. When she...

Wax & Wane: J.T. Lawrence

JT Lawrence is an author, playwright and bookdealer based in Parkhurst, Johannesburg. She is the mother of two small boys and lives in a house with a red front door. She has written various plays for SAFM including The Shelter, Unspilling the Milk, Every Breath You...

Wax & Wane: Stephen Blake

Stephen Blake lives in a small seaside Cornish town in the UK with his wife Sarah. He copes with eight cats, whilst Frodo the Border collie tries to maintain some sort of order. He’s been previously published in a number of anthologies such as Airship Shape & Bristol...

Wax & Wane: Tanya Bryan

Tanya Bryan is a Canadian writer and poet currently based in Toronto, Ontario. Her work has appeared in Feathertale Review, Latchkey Tales, and Drunk Monkeys as well as in the anthologies Dear Robot and My Cruel Invention. She loves to travel, writing and drawing her...

Wax & Wane: Jeff Parsons

Jeff is a professional engineer enjoying life in sunny California, USA. He has a long history of technical writing, which oddly enough, often reads like pure fiction. He was inspired to write by two wonderful teachers: William Forstchen and Gary Braver. Jeff got his...

Wax & Wane: Tiffany Morris

Tiffany Morris is an emerging writer and practicing witch from Nova Scotia. Her poetry, horror fiction, and creative nonfiction have appeared in anthologies and online, including Siren's Call eZine and Hocus Pocus & Co.'s Halloween Night anthology. A sucker for...

Wax & Wane: Virginia M. Mohlere

Virginia M. Mohlere was born on one solstice, and her sister was born on the other. Her chronic writing disorder stems from early childhood. She lives in the swamps of Houston and writes with a fountain pen that is extinct in the wild. Her work has been seen in...

Wax & Wane: Dave Dormer

Wax & Wane: Shadows & Dolls Dave Dormer lives and writes in North-Western Ontario alongside his wonderful (and patient) wife and four children. His love of horror began at an early age and he spent many classes devoting his divided attention from the regular...

Wax & Wane: D.T. Neal

D. T. Neal is a fiction writer and editor, a lifelong Midwesterner, and resident of Chicago since 1993. He won second place in the Aeon Award in 2008 for his short story, “Aegis,” and has had his short fiction published in Albedo 1, Ireland’s premier magazine of...

Wax & Wane: Diana Corbitt

Diana Corbitt is a retired elementary school teacher who has lived her entire life in northern California. She and her husband, Michael, have two sons who, although grown up and out of the house, still live close by. Ever since she was a kid Diana loved to be scared,...

Wax & Wane: Megan Neumann

Megan Neumann is a speculative fiction writer living in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her stories have appeared in such publications as Crossed Genres, Daily Science Fiction, and Luna Station Quarterly. She is a member of the Central Arkansas Speculative Fiction Writers'...

Wax & Wane: Lawrence Dagstine

Lawrence Dagstine is a 42-year-old writer born and raised in the Big Apple. He studied journalism and creative writing in the 90s, and is workshop-certified in proofreading. His work is available on Amazon, Nook, Smashwords, Apple, Kobo, and in a variety of other...

Wax & Wane: Cynthia Ward

Cynthia Ward has published stories in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine and Witches: Wicked, Wild & Wonderful (Prime Books), among other anthologies and magazines, and articles in Weird Tales Magazine and Locus Online, among other webzines and magazines. Her stories...

Wax & Wane: Jennifer Loring

Jennifer Loring's short fiction has appeared in numerous magazines, webzines, and anthologies. In 2013, she won Crystal Lake Publishing's inaugural Tales from the Lake writing competition; in 2014, DarkFuse published her novella Conduits, and in May 2015, Omnium...

Wax & Wane: Heddy Johannesen

Heddy Johannesen has been published in Eternal Haunted Summer Ezine, Essential Herbal magazine, Circle Magazine, Naming the Goddess anthology, Paganism 101, Horror Novel Reviews: One Hellacious Halloween Ebook and Chicago Literati. ladyspiderwitch.wordpress.com/...

Wax & Wane: Cooper O’Connor

Cooper O'Connor is an imagination seeker, and when he isn't writing stories, he's exploring for lake monsters in his kayak. Wax & Wane: Hopscotch   What is your story about? My story is summarized with the first line: "Everybody knows that there’s nothing as truly...

Wax & Wane: Spinster Eskie

Deb (Spinster) Eskie is a resident of Massachusetts and has an M.Ed in creative arts education. With a background in women's studies, her focus as a writer is to expose the woman's experience through unsettling tales that highlight the dilemma of sexual repression...

Wax & Wane: Mike Penn

Mike Penn’s story, “The Cost of Doing Business,” originally appeared in Thuglit, Issue 24 won the Derringer Award for best mystery. One of his stories, “The Converts” was recently filmed as a short movie. Another story “The Landlord” was recently translated into a...

Wax & Wane: Flynn Gray

Flynn Gray writes fantasy and horror fiction, consumes unhealthy amounts of coffee, and blogs about writing, books and horror at http://www.flynngray.wordpress.com. When not writing, curled up with a great book, or binge watching horror films and TV series, Flynn can...

Wax & Wane: Jonathan Cromack

Jonathan Cromack is a writer of historical ghost and horror stories. He has stories pending release in December 2015: ”Blood Red Dahlias“ appearing in Short Sharp Shocks II; Spawn of the Ripper by April Moon Publishing; “Where All Light Fades” appearing in Winter...

Wax & Wane: Lori G. Petroff

Lori G. Petroff was born in Scarborough Ontario, lived in a smattering of places all over Ontario and a bit of Nova Scotia, before finding herself immersed and comfy in cottage country. Lori Grace lives in a cottage house in farm country on Georgian Bay. She daydreams...

Wax & Wane: Silas Green

Silas Green is a lover of stories. He grew up on a paradise island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, where he went to school and graduated from the University of Hawaii. Encouraged by his parents, his childhood was spent daydreaming and visiting fictional worlds,...

Wax & Wane: K.A. Hardway

K.A. Hardway was born and raised in North Carolina, where she lives with her husband, son, and many pets. She has loved writing since she was old enough to do it. She writes mostly horror/supernatural stuff, often laced with elements of heart-tugging nostalgia and...

Wax & Wane Contributor Spotlight: Kevin M. Folliard

Kevin M. Folliard is a Chicagoland fiction writer with a degree in English and creative writing from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. His published fiction includes scary stories collections Christmas Terror Tales and Valentine Terror Tales, and...

Wax & Wane: Stephanie Burgis

Stephanie Burgis grew up in East Lansing, Michigan, but now lives in Wales with her husband and two sons, surrounded by mountains, castles and coffee shops. She has published over thirty short stories in various magazines and anthologies, and her trilogy of Regency...

Wax & Wane: Liam Hogan

Liam is a London based writer and host of the award winning monthly literary event, Liars' League. He was a finalist in Sci-Fest LA's Roswell Award 2015, and has had work published in Leap Books' Beware the Little White Rabbit #Alice150 YA anthology, and also in...

Wax & Wane: S.K. Gregory

S. K. Gregory lives in Northern Ireland, where she works at a local TV station. She is a blogger, author and journalist who writes in the horror/fantasy genre. A huge fan of Stephen King and Kelley Armstrong, she loves reading. In her spare time she offers reviews to...

Wax & Wane: Joseph Rubas

Joseph Rubas has been featured in a number of ‘zines and hardcopy publications, including: [Nameless] (professional paying ‘zine), The Horror Zine, Thuglit, All Due Respect, The Storyteller, Eschatology Journal, Infective Ink, Strange, Weird, and Wonderful, and Horror...

Wax & Wane: Dara Marquardt

Dara Marquardt is a writer living in the High Rockies of Colorado.  A complete list of her published work can be found at heartsintheattic.wordpress.com. heartsintheattic.wordpress.com Wax & Wane: A Quiver Full of Dirt   What is your story about? “A Quiver Full of...

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