About Phoenix Alexander

Phoenix Alexander is a queer, Greek-Cypriot scholar and writer of science fiction. Born in Cyprus, he was raised in England and has been moving steadily westward ever since. Initially training as fashion designer in London, he swiftly realized the error of his ways and has just completed a PhD in English and African American Studies at Yale University.

www.phoenixalexanderauthor.com, @dracopoullos

Phoenix Alexander’s story “One for the Wounded
in Metaphorosis Friday, 10 May 2019.
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About Luke Murphy

Luke Murphy was born in West Berlin, grew up in Ireland, and now lives in Toronto with his wife and daughter. He is a freelance animator and writer, with his TV work appearing on places like the Discovery Channel and Nickelodeon.


Luke Murphy’s story “A Sacrifice for the Queen
in Metaphorosis Friday, 26 April 2019.
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About Frances Pauli

Frances Pauli originally studied visual arts. She still wanders from time to time between the canvas and the blank page, but for the most part has settled herself down to tell stories. A lifetime resident of Washington State, she currently resides in the central desert with her family and a host of unusual pets. Her work is almost always in one of the speculative fiction genres and more often than not features animal characters.

francespauli.com, @mothindarkness

Frances Pauli’s story “With Eyes Half Open
in Metaphorosis Friday, 19 April 2019.
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About Daniel Roy

Daniel Roy is a Canadian video game narrative writer, slow traveler, and backpack foodie. Originally from Montreal, he has also lived in China, Thailand, India, and South Korea. He is currently based in Sofia, Bulgaria.

www.onebluepixel.net, @1bluepixel

Daniel Roy’s story “Forever and a Life
in Metaphorosis Friday, 12 April 2019.
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About Sarah McGill

Sarah McGill has been a tour guide in Ohio, a student in New Zealand, a stage manager in New York, and a canoe outfitter in Minnesota. Her favorite time and place is post-revolution France at the height of the Death Cabarets through the end of the Grand Guignol, mostly because the bohemians really did walk their alligators in the rose gardens and pretend hydropathes were Canadian animals whose feet were made into drinking glasses. She wishes she knew how to sail and had more cats.

Sarahmcgillwrites.com, @sarahmcgillwrit

Sarah McGill’s story “A Yellow Landscape
in Metaphorosis Friday, 5 April 2019.
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