Mary Cook is a UK-based writer and editor. Her writing credits include Freelance Writing and Photography, Writers Weekly, Writing World, Write Success, Writelink, Writers' Forum, Writing for Dollars, Funds for Writers, Inkspotter News, Heritage Writer, The Writer Within, ByLine Magazine, Brady Magazine, Wild About Animals, Champagne Shivers, Underground Voices. Her collection of humorous horror verse: Collywobblers, Perverse Verse for Guys and Ghouls can be found at at Inkspotter Publishing
Victoria Joseph-Brown is an Associate Academic Dean of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education for Elms College, Chicopee, Massachusetts, as well as a freelance writer and playwright. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.linkedin.com/in/victoriatjoseph.
Ruth J. Hartman is a published author of fictional short stories, non-fiction articles, and a true-life book about her struggles with OCD. She is also a licensed dental hygienist. She lives in rural Indiana with her husband and their very spoiled cats. She can be contacted at RGHartman@aol.com. Her website is www.ruthjhartman.blogspot.com. Her book, "My Life in Mental Chains" can be purchased at:
http://www.supamasu.co.uk/glos.html (Scroll down page to book). It can also be purchased at Amazon.com.
Nancy Julien Kopp is a freelance writer who lives in the Flint Hills of Kansas. Her articles, essays and stories have appeared in 9 Chicken Soup for the Soul books and other anthologies as well as magazines, newspapers and websites.
Karen Ott Mayer is a freelance writer with more than ten years worth of words behind her. She lives just outside of historic Como, Mississippi on small, working farm. You can learn more about her work at www.karenottmayer.com.
Louise Norlie’s fiction and nonfiction have appeared in various publications including Unlikely Stories, Byzarium, and Dark Sky Magazine. One of her short stories is included in Bound for Evil: Curious Tales of Books Gone Bad published by Dead Letter Press and another will appear in Quantum Genre on the Planet of the Arts published by Crossing Chaos enigmatic ink. She also has contributed a chapter to Unseen Childhoods: Disabled Characters in 20th-Century Books for Girls. This anthology was recently published by Bettany Press and all contributors are women with disabilities. Louise has osteogenesis imperfecta. Links to her work can be found at louise-norlie.blogspot.com.
Novelist, blogger, and award winning travel writer, Perry P. Perkins is a stay-at-home dad who lives with his wife Victoria and their year-old daughter Grace, in the Pacific Northwest. A student of Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writer’s Guild, his novels include Just Past Oysterville, Shoalwater Voices, and The Light at the End of the Tunnel. Perry has written for numerous magazines and anthologies, and his inspirational stories have been included in eleven Chicken Soup anthologies.