Your Humble Staff

 Tonia Brown: Creator, Writer, Chronic Whiner

Tonia's short stories have appeared in a variety of anthologies. She is also the author of several books, including Lucky Stiff: Memoirs of an Undead Lover, Badass Zombie Road Trip and the erotic steampunk series Clockworks and Corsets.
Tonia lives in North Carolina with her genius husband and an ever fluctuating number of cats. When not writing she raises unicorns and fights crime with her husband under the code names "Dr. Weird and his sexy sidekick Butternut."

You can learn more about her and her pen name, Regina Riley, at:

Joe Mynhardt: Editor, Teacher, Wildlife Master

Joe Mynhardt is a South African horror writer, publisher, editor and teacher with over fifty short story publications. He has appeared in dozens of publications and collections, among them FOR THE NIGHT IS DARK (with Jasper Bark, Tonia Brown, Scott Nicholson etc.). Joe is also the owner and operator of Crystal Lake Publishing. He has published and edited PAUL KANE’S SLEEPER(S) and DANIEL I. RUSSELL’S TRICKS, MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM. Upcoming collections Joe have edited include FEAR THE REAPER (Rick Hautala, Jeremy C. Shipp etc.), WILLIAM MEIKLE’S SAMURAI AND OTHER STORIES, THE OUTSIDERS (Simon Bestwick, Gary McMahon etc.), CHILDREN OF THE GRAVE (Joe McKinney, Armand Rosamilia etc.) and TALES FROM THE LAKE VOL.1 (Graham Masterton, Tim Curran etc.). His collection of short stories, LOST IN THE DARK, is available through Amazon. 
Read more about Joe and his creations at and or find him on Facebook at “Joe Mynhardt’s Short Stories.” 
Joe is also an Associate member of the HWA.

David Naughton-Shires: Artist, Illustrator, General Bad Ass

Born in England, David now lives in Ireland where he tries his best to sustain a certain standard of living as an artist, writer and security officer. His main interest lies in Horror but often tries his art and writing skill in other areas. Recently he began a small press and continues to work designing many book covers including the volume covers for Railroad!
You can see more of his work at and on his Facebook Pages