Born and raised in Ireland, Anthony Doyle studied Literature and Philosophy at University College Dublin. He relocated to São Paulo, Brazil in 1999, where he presently works as a translator of fiction and non-fiction from Portuguese to English. His published works include numerous short stories and the children’s book, O Lago Secou. Doyle’s short stories include Shark Fishing and Sam Bakki. His forthcoming novel, Hibernaculum, will be released in 2023 by OOTW.
A successful author of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Mel Lee Newmin is a native of Lancaster County Pennsylvania, home of the Amish and . . . not much else. Newmin’s short fiction has been published around the world including the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia in such periodicals as Ligurian Magazine, On the Premises, the Collapsar Directive, Carrier Wave, Rapture, and Fireburst, with stories pending in several anthologies. To keep busy, Newmin writes a popular weekly blog of short stories about the life of Niles Gule, vampire police detective for the Baltimore PD. More at vampiresofbaltimore.com.