About Devin Miller

Devin Miller is a queer, genderqueer cyborg and lifelong denizen of Seattle, with a love of muddy beaches to show for it. When not writing, they enjoy propagating houseplants, starting craft projects, and performing dairy alchemy. They are assisted in these endeavors by a cat named Oolong Kittea.

@devzmiller


Devin Miller’s story “A Lie in the Sand
in Metaphorosis Friday, 4 February 2022.
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About J.A. Prentice

Joshua Adam Prentice was born in the United Kingdom, grew up in the Bay Area, and currently lives in the Pacific Northwest. He studied English and Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. When he was five, he was attacked by a monkey, which annoyingly proved to be the most interesting thing that has ever happened to him.

livingauthorssociety.wordpress.com, @livingauthors


J.A. Prentice’s story “Shades of the Sea
in Metaphorosis Friday, 28 January 2022.
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About J.S. DiStefano

J.S. DiStefano likes hiking, playing cards, watching football, reading, and writing. “Silo” is his first published story.


J.S. DiStefano’s story “Silo
in Metaphorosis Friday, 21 January 2022.
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About Karris Rae

Karris thought she wanted to be a lawyer — until she worked in corporate. Now that she’s returned to the world of the living, she likes to cook food with names she can’t pronounce and watch scary movies with subtitles. Karris currently lives in rural, Northern Japan, where the snow is deep and the mountains spectacular.


Karris Rae’s story “My Synthetic Soul
in Metaphorosis Friday, 7 January 2022.
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About Ailsa Bristow

Ailsa Bristow is a British writer who grew up living at least half her time in the stories she created. Now she lives in Toronto, with her partner and their idiosyncratic but much loved cat, Steve. She continues to spend most of her time dreaming of other worlds.

www.ailsabristow.ca, @AilsaBristow


Ailsa Bristow’s story “Tides
in Metaphorosis Friday, 31 December 2021.
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