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Chris Tepedino











Name: Chris Tepedino

Chris Tepedino is a speculative fiction writer, who at his day job sells mattresses in Memphis, TN. He loves to read and loves to write (surprise!) and is currently drafting a post-apocalyptic-zombie-western-fable novel about a quest for a legendary gun that might just save the world.

His writing style has primarily been influenced by contemporary thriller and horror writers, including but not limited to Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Richard Laymon, Robert McCammon, and Bentley Little. His main aim is to combine genre fiction with literary elements, creating stories that are fun to read but mean something as well.


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Contact Email Address: christepedino@gmail.com

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Education: Bachelor’s in Communication

Likes: Fish, Bowling, Bitter Coffee

Dislikes: Poor drivers and hail



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Ian D Smith









Name: Ian D Smith

Aka: Specficstories


Fiction writer. Born in Manchester. Lives in the UK. I write funny minimalist non-genre stories, and I'm influenced by Franzen, Eggers, Carver, Welch, Kelman, Munro and Self.


My novel, Tiger Hugs @ authonomy http://www.authonomy.com/books/35451/tiger-hugs/
Short story, Life Force @ Weirdyear: http://www.weirdyear.com/2011/04/41111.html
Short story, Jack Kerouac Eats Here @ The Smoking Poet: http://thesmokingpoet.tripod.com/winter201011/id12.html
Short story, Roman Holiday Blues @ Ink, Sweat and Tears http://ink-sweat-and-tears.blogharbor.com/blog/_archives/2011/5/23/4822986.html
Short story, Telescopes @ The Front View http://www.thefrontview.com/2009/05/telescopes-ian-smith.html


Website: iandsmith.com
Twitter: @specficstories
Facebook:: http://facebook.com/iandsmith.catallus

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Daniel J. Pool














Name: Daniel J. Pool

Aka: Filozophy

Daniel J. Pool is a software engineer, writer, cartoonist, and part time funny man from the southern Mid-West. His work has appeared in the Fringe, Indigo Rising, and the Scarlet Sound magazines. In his spare time he edits Larks Fiction Magazine.

My favorite medium is fiction. The way words blend together to create an interactive and collectively imagined world for the reader and writer has always fascinated me. 

My favorite technique is day dreaming. Sometimes I can actively dream for hours to work past writer’s block. Sometimes I am afraid the music in my head will upset the neighbors.

Websites:

            Larks Fiction Magazine
            Concerning Fiction Blog
            Portfolio
            Pop Culture Blog
 
Contacts:
@LarksMedia—Commerical
@Filozophy—Professional

Education: Graduate of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (Chickasha, OK) with a B.S. in Psychology

Likes: Rainy Days, puzzles, and awful puns.

Dislikes: Crowds, spiders, songs without a climax

Status: Married but withholding at a higher single rate

Anything else: Keep it classy!


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Russell Bradbury-Carlin





 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Name: Russell Bradbury-Carlin

Russell is a writer living in Western MA.  His "slipstream" stories and poetry of the odd and fantastic have appeared in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Rattle, Pindeldyboz, Word Riot, and MonkeyBicycle amongst others.  You can find him at Russellbradburycarlin.com.

Ghost Voices (short story): http://www.pindeldyboz.com/rbcghost.htm
The Plan and Watt's Brook (two poems): http://www.wordriot.org/archives/1528

You can follow him on Twitter @RussellBC
 
 
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