When DAVID ANDREAS’ eyes fell upon FANGORIA #82 during the spring of 1989, he became addicted to all things horror. The highlight of his life (so far) is having interned for FANGORIA during the summer of 1999. While amassing several thousand movie reviews for his own website, David received a Master of Fine Arts degree from LIU Southampton. Since 2007, he has been teaching English at several colleges, most notably St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, NY. David hopes his forthcoming novel, ANGEL OF THE UNDERGROUND, the flagship publication of ODDITIES KJB, will satisfy fans of character-driven horror stories.
Michael Mihaley received his MFA in Creative Writing & Literature from Stony Brook University. His debut novel, THE UNDERDOG PARADE, is forthcoming in 2018.
Michael is an ELA/Special Education teacher on the east end of Long Island. He lives in Stony Brook, NY, with his wife Jacqueline, two children, Maddy and Mikey, and his Kentucky mutt, Hazy.
RONNIE K. STEPHENS
RONNIE K. STEPHENS is a full-time educator and father of five, with a strong interest in poetry, fiction, and activism. He recently completed an MA in Creative Writing and an MFA in Fiction at Wilkes University. During his time at Wilkes, he was awarded two scholarships and won the Etruscan Press Prize. Stephens has published two full-length poetry collections, UNIVERSE IN THE KEY OF MATRYOSHKA and THEY REWROTE THEMSELVES LEGENDARY, with Timber Mouse Publishing out of Austin. THE KALEIDOSCOPE SISTERS is his first novel.
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