Authors and artists


A little bit about each of our authors and artists.



About Dimitra Nikolaidou

Dimitra Nikolaidou is a PhD candidate, researching role-playing games and speculative fiction at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Thessaloniki, Greece. She is the chief editor and in-house writer for Archetypo Publications. Finally, she teaches creative writing focused on speculative fiction at Tales of the Wyrd. She is always planning trips in Europe and excursions in the woods, and sometimes even manages to take them. Dimitra Nikolaidou’s story “Any Old Disease” will be published on…

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About Verena Rodríguez Saavedra

Verena Rodriguez was born in Yucatan, Mexico. She has a BA in Design and Visual Communication from the UNAM with a specialization on illustration. She is currently doing a MA in Children’s Literature at UBC. For the last years she has worked in several projects as graphic designer, illustrator and animator.

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Verena Rodríguez Saavedra‘s image “The White Steps of Velaya” is the cover art for our March 2018 stories.Metaphorosis

About Luke Elliott

Luke Elliott was born and raised in the suburbs of central Florida. In his late twenties, he travelled across the country with his wife and two dogs to live in Portland, Oregon, where he fell in love with the city and a region with natural beauty as magical as any fantasy world. He has a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Florida where he studied and wrote both literature and poetry, and earned a MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. Now he writes mostly science fiction, fantasy, and horror, but will go wherever inspiration leads. In August of 2017, he launched the Ink to Film podcast with a filmmaker co-host, where he discusses books and their film adaptations from a writer’s point of view. In between writing and podcasting, he collects quality single malts and is always happy to pour a dram for company.

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Luke Elliott’s story “Always Dawn to Forever Night” will be
published on Friday, 2 March 2018.

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About David A. Gray

Gray is an exiled Scots creative director and journalist living in NYC. He works for a range of print and digital magazines and brands, and every night he climbs to the roof of his Brooklyn apartment building and squints at the Manhattan skyline, wondering how it might look in a century or few. Sometimes he thinks it will be a glittering gem, other times, a flooded ruin. Or maybe a bit of both.


David A. Gray’s story “Hishi” was
published on Friday, 23 February 2018.

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About Mark David Adam

Mark David Adam lives on an island off the coast of British Columbia. When he is not foraging for edible and medicinal wild plants, playing funk guitar, or working at his day jobs, he writes short stories.


Mark David Adam’s story “Hold This Star for Me” was
published on Friday, 16 February 2018.

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