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About Our Authors

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Jae Mazer

Jae Mazer was born in Victoria, British Columbia, and grew up in the prairies of Northern Alberta, where she completed her Bachelor of Arts, human services major. While reading feverishly, and writing the odd short story or journal article, Jae got her Master’s in Clinical Psychology, and worked in the field of mental health for ten years. After spending the majority of her life battling sasquatches in the Great White North, she migrated south to Texas to have a go at the armadillos. Jae always had an obsession with reading and inherited a love of all things dark and horror from her dad. One day, she decided that she had devoured enough words that she could spin a decent yarn of her own. Now she is an award-winning author with a dozen novels under her belt, short stories in various publications, and is an affiliate member of the Horror Writers Association.

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Heather Miller

Heather Miller is a writer of old-fashioned horror. She dreams of long candlelit passages and things that go bump in the night. Her writing is influenced by the old Gothics that she grew up reading, and the terrifying tales she heard at her grandmother's knee.
She released her first novella, Knock Knock, in 2021, and her second book, Tales My Grandmother Told Me, in 2022.  Her short stories and poetry have been featured in various magazines and anthologies.
Heather lives in a century-old house (likely haunted) in a tiny town in Oklahoma.

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Daemon Manx


Daemon Manx is an award-winning American author who writes horror, suspense, supernatural, and speculative fiction.

Daemon has recently been nominated for the 2021 Splatterpunk awards for his debut, Abigail in the best short story category.

He is a member of the Horror Authors Guild (HAG) and has been featured in magazines in both the U.S. and the U.K.

Daemon lives with his sister, author Danielle Manx, and their narcoleptic cat, Sydney, where they patiently prepare for the apocalypse. There is a good chance they will runout of coffee far too soon.

Diana Olney

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Raised in the haven of horror and grunge, Seattle, Washington, Diana Olney is an up-and-coming author currently writing her first novel, as well as a myriad of other macabre stories. Her debut short story, “Written in Blood'', was published in issue three of the literary magazine Stranger with Friction, and her deliciously dark collaboration with author Daemon Manx, entitled Drawn & Quartered, was released on February 14th, 2022. Diana has since been featured in Crystal Lake Publishing where she won first place in a flash fiction competition. 

Visit for updates on all of her latest nightmares.

Jack Wells


Jack Wells is a burgeoning author located in Northern Utah. He has been writing on and off since grade school, though most of his early works consist of bad poetry and even worse song lyrics. Some of his more serious writing experience includes penning amateur reviews of movies, novels (multiple genres), and video games for various websites. When not putting pen to paper, Jack can be found spending time with his sweet but quirky family, hiking, kayaking, and sipping whiskey by his fire pit. 

His critically acclaimed series, Monochrome, Noir is set to wrap up Nov. and Dec. of '22 with the release of Parts 3 and 4.

One can often catch Jack taking spontaneous late night road trips throughout northern Utah with the latest retro synth music providing a surreal soundtrack. Outside of all the fun activities, Jack spends much of his time herding cats as a beleaguered government employee


Matt Scott

Matt Scott is a horror writer and the author of over fifty published short stories. His work has appeared in anthologies by Black Ink Fiction, Siren’s Call Publications, Black Hare Press and many more. Matt lives in southern Colorado with his wife, Heather, and their outdoor-loving fur family. When he is not writing, Matt is hiking, fishing, geocaching, and most likely piecing together another story.

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