About Us

Jenny Barber
Jenny writes fantasy and has had a couple of short stories published.  She's a regular contributor to the Girls' Guide to the Apocalypse blog, runs the Shiny Shorts review site and has also edited Here & Now Magazine and several publications for the British Fantasy Society. She is a slush reader for Lightspeed Magazine and has been one of the judges for the BFS Best Newcomer award.

Pat Barber
Pat writes horror and crime fiction but is most known for her non-fiction books related to the lettings industry.

Debbie Bennett
Debbie writes fantasy, horror and crime and was long-listed (top 25) for the Crime Writers Association Debut Dagger in 2005. She has edited many publications for the British Fantasy Society and has had several short stories published. She also has one novel and one collection available on Kindle.

Mike Chinn
Mike has been publishing short stories for more years than he'd care to remember and has also written two books on scripting comics.

Peter Coleborn
Peter writes fantasy and horror and has been the editor of several magazines and books. He is co-editor of Dark Horizons, Editor and Publisher of Wildstacks and the man in charge of Alchemy Press.

Jan Edwards
Jan writes fantasy and horror and has had many short stories and poetry published in assorted anthologies and magazines. She is currently co-editor of Dark Horizons (the BFS' fiction magazine) and has edited a variety of other British Fantasy Society publications including Spiral Garden: a collection of short fiction by Louise Cooper.
Jan is also a Reiki Master in both Usui and Celtic Reiki and holds diplomas in Herbalist, Flower Essence & Hopi Candling and was also the first qualified Lady Locksmith in the UK!!! (now retired)

Nicki Robson
Nicki writes dark fantasy, urban fantasy and horror fiction and among her successes are short stories published by Twilight Tales and being runner up in several writing competitions. Nicki also teaches.

Sam Stone
Sam writes dark fantasy and horror prose and poetry, and has appeared in several anthologies as well as having four novels in print, with the next in the series due out soon.
Her first novel - Gabriele Caccini - won the Silver Award for Best Horror Novel in ForeWord Magazine's book of the year awards in 2007.