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A.S. Coomer is a writer and musician. Books include Songs for Leaving, Birth of a Monster, Memorabilia, The Fetishists, Misdeeds, The Devil’s Gospel, Shining the Light, and several others. He runs Lost, Long Gone, Forgotten Records, a “record label” for poetry.


Ali Seay lives in Baltimore with her husband and kids and the ghost of a geriatric wiener dog who once ruled the house. She’s the author of Go Down Hard (Grindhouse Press) and To Offer Her Pleasure (Weirdpunk Books). Her work can be found in numerous horror and crime anthologies. When not writing, she hunts vintage goods, rifles through used bookstores, and is always down for a road trip. For more info visit her website.


Andersen Prunty is the author of Failure As a Way of Life and Neon Dies at Dawn, among other books. He lives in Yellow Springs, Ohio.


Bryan Smith is the Splatterpunk Award-winning author of more than thirty horror and crime novels and novellas, including 68 Kill, the cult classic Depraved and its sequels, The Killing Kind, Slowly We Rot, The Freakshow, and many more. Bestselling horror author Brian Keene called Slowly We Rot, “The best zombie novel I’ve ever read.” 68 Kill was adapted into a motion picture directed by Trent Haaga and starring Matthew Gray Gubler of the long-running CBS series Criminal Minds. 68 Kill won the Midnighters Award at the SXSW film festival in 2017 and was released to wide acclaim, including positive reviews in The New York Times and Bloody Disgusting. Bryan also co-scripted an original Harley Quinn story for the House of Horrors anthology from DC Comics. In 2019, he won a Splatterpunk Award under the best novella category for Kill For Satan!


C.V. Hunt is the owner of Grindhouse Press and the author of Ritualistic Human Sacrifice, Halloween Fiend, Baby Hater, Cockblock, and several other unpopular books.


Chris DiLeo is a high school English teacher in New York. He is the author of several books, including The Hands of Onan from Grindhouse, Dead End from JournalStone, The Devil Virus from Bloodshot Books, and Children of Fire from Bleeding Edge Books. Signed copies can be purchased directly from him; email authordileo1@gmail.com.


J. Peter W. is an American author. He writes Bizarro, Horror, and Dark Fantasy books. Currently residing in Richmond, VA, he hides from the sun, writing with night eyes and night fingers.


If you ask his wife, John Quick is compelled to tell stories because he’s full of baloney. He prefers to think he simply has an affinity for things that are strange, disturbing, and terrifying. As proof, he will explain how he suffered Consequences, transcribed The Journal of Jeremy Todd, and regaled the tale of Mudcat. He lives in Middle Tennessee with his aforementioned long-suffering wife, two exceptionally patient kids, four dogs that could care less so long as he keeps scratching that perfect spot on their noses, and a cat who barely acknowledges his existence.


John Wayne writes horror, plays music, and podcasts out of his neon palace of sin in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. He wears leather despite the heat and slinks through the dank underbelly of Sin City absorbing its poison energy to keep from losing more of his mind. He is the author of Death Pacts and Left-Hand Paths, Mage of the Hellmouth, The Cycle, The Cadillac Man and more. He plays in the punk rock cataclysm, johnwayneisdead, and does multiple podcasts weekly. You can find him on the road driving back and forth across the country, slinging books and breaking hearts.


Kristopher Triana is the Splatterpunk Award-winning author of Gone to See the River Man, Full Brutal, The Thirteenth Koyote, They All Died Screaming, and many other terrifying books. His work has been published in multiple languages and has appeared in many anthologies and magazines, drawing praise from Rue Morgue Magazine, Cemetery Dance, Scream Magazine, and many more.

He lives in New England.


Lucas Mangum is a Splatterpunk Award nominee for Best Novel (Pandemonium with Ryan Harding) and Best Novella (Saint Sadist), as well as the author of cult hit Gods of the Dark Web and several other novellas and short stories. With Jeff Burk, he co-hosts Make Your Own Damn Podcast, a show dedicated to cult movies. San Diego-born and Philly-raised, he now lives in Austin with his family. Sign up for his newsletter for weekly updates and monthly short fiction at LucasMangum.com.


Lucas Milliron’s fiction spans a broad spectrum of horror. His stories range from cosmic to kinky horror, varying from mildly spooky to extreme acts of human depravity.


Former filmmaker and screenwriter Matt Kurtz is the author of The Rotting Within and Kinfolk, both released by Grindhouse Press. His upcoming novella, Shock Waves, will be released early 2023. If you’re interested in purchasing a signed copy of one of his books, feel free to hit him up on social media. (He’ll be sure to throw in some cool swag with each purchase.)


Hailed as “one of the best new voices in horror fiction” by horror grandmaster Brian Keene, Matt Serafini is a screenwriter and author whose books include Rites of Extinction, Feral, and Under the Blade, which FilmThrills called “one of the best slasher films you’ll ever read.”

His short fiction has appeared in numerous anthology collections and he has written extensively on the subjects of film and literature for numerous websites including Dread Central and Shock Till You Drop. His nonfiction has appeared in the pages of Fangoria and HorrorHound.

Matt lives on the East Coast with his wife and children.


Patrick Lacey was born and raised in a haunted house. He currently spends his nights and weekends writing about things that make the general public uncomfortable. He lives in Massachusetts, in a hopefully non-haunted house, with his wife, daughter, and over-sized cat.


Pete Risley is the author of Rabid Child (New Pulp Press, 2010), The Toehead (Not Here Not There, 2016) and two novels from Grindhouse Press, Office Mutant (2018) and Girl of Prey (2020). He’s from Ohio.


Samantha Kolesnik is an award-winning author of horror and transgressive fiction. Her debut novel, True Crime, was released in 2020 to much acclaim from within and outside of the horror community, earning praise from iHorror, CrimeReads, The Library Journal, LitReactor, and more.

Kolesnik’s sophomore work, Waif, was featured in the Night Worms February subscription package, and has earned praise from iHorror, Mystery and Suspense Magazine, The Line-Up, and more. Kolesnik is a two-time Splatterpunk Award winner, as well as a Bram Stoker Award nominated editor for her horror anthology, Worst Laid Plans, now a motion picture from GenreBlast Films. 

Samantha Kolesnik’s next work, Beleth Station, a collaboration with the award-winning mass market horror paperback author, Bryan Smith, will be coming out in early 2023 from CLASH Books, as will a Spanish language edition of True Crime from La Biblioteca de Carfax. 

Samantha Kolesnik is represented by literary agent Emmy Nordstrom Higdon at Westwood Creative Artists.


Scott Cole is the author of Crazytimes, Triple Axe, and SuperGhost, as well as two collections of short fiction, Departures and Slices. He is also an artist and graphic designer. He lives in Philadelphia. Find him on social media, behind you in the mirror, or at 13visions.com.


Stephen Kozeniewski (pronounced “causin’ ooze key”) is a two-time winner of the World Horror Grossout Contest. His published works have been nominated for several Splatterpunk, Voice Arts, and Indie Horror Book Awards, among other honors. He lives in Pennsylvania with his girlfriend and their two cats above a fanciful balloon studio.


Tim Meyer dwells in a dark cave near the Jersey Shore. He’s written and published over fifteen novels and novellas, including Malignant Summer, The Switch House, Dead Daughters, Limbs, and many other titles. His screenplay adaptation for The Switch House has won two finalist awards (Semifinalist, ScreenCraft Horror Competition 2020 & Semifinalist, Filmmatic Horror Screenplay Awards 5). He exists on coffee and IPAs.


Wile E. Young is an author who not only has a price on his head but also specializes in southern themed horror stories, both terrifying and bizarre. His novels include Catfish in the Cradle (2019), The Perfectly Fine House (2020), and the Magpie Coffin (2020). His short stories have been featured in various anthologies including the Clickers Forever (2018), Behind the Mask: Tales From the Id (2018), Corporate Cthulhu (2018) and And Hell Followed (2019).