K.B. Elijah is a fantasy author living in Brisbane, Australia with her husband and three cockatiels. A lawyer by day, and a writer by…also day, because she needs her solid nine hours of sleep per night (not that the cockatiels let her sleep past 6am).
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Stop doubting yourself and just try. Seriously, I found a notebook in my attic that I didn’t realise I’d kept. It’s twenty-years old and has scribbles and ramblings detailing many ideas I’ve actually used since without knowing. Some of these concepts had lived in my head for decades, but I never thought I could do it, so I never tried. Perhaps I wouldn’t have been suited when I was younger, but the Gods love a trier, right?
Christopher T. Dabrowski born in 1978 in Poland. He is writer and scriptwriter.
Gary resides in Western Australia with his wife, two sons and dog. He is a relative newcomer to writing, having reached the age of 50 without consideration to anything other than work reports.
J. L. Royce is a published author of science fiction, the macabre, and whatever else strikes him. He lives in the northern reaches of the American Midwest. His work appears in Allegory, Ghostlight, parABnormal, Sci Phi, Utopia, etc.
J. Motoki is a former English teacher and current library clerk who earned her BA in Creative Writing/Literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Thomas Sturgeon Jr is an author living in Chatsworth Georgia. He has had a debut collection called, “Red Carnival” which was released in July of 2020. He has been published in twenty four anthologies. He loves his family and friends. He has a cat named Tigger whom he loves dearly. He loves horror movies and video games. His favorite authors are R.L. Stine and Stephen King.
JAMSINE JARVIS is an Australian Author of Speculative Fiction. After joining a local writing group in May 2019, she was encouraged to try her hand at writing fiction – sending off her first pieces of fiction into Black Hare Press’ call out for Beyond. Realising how much fun this writing gig is, and how much she loves to tell stories, Jasmine has continued to shape her writing and is drawn to the absurd, the creepy and the downright terrifying. Since landing her spot in Beyond, she has had 23 drabbles and 4 short stories published. Jasmine hopes her readers enjoy her stories as much as she enjoys writing them.
The idea for The Rise of the Great Old One came about one afternoon – my kids and I had been listening to the recordings of unexplained sounds from the depths of the ocean (check it out – there are some really creepy ones!). We then began to talk about Cthulhu and what if the creatures Lovecraft wrote about in his stories actually exist here and now; and that he saw them and knew we were going to be wiped out, but he couldn’t say outright “hey guys, don’t want to alarm you but have you seen these monsters?