Our Writers

Chris Forshner

Writer. Editor. Gamer. Pharmacy Technician.

If archeologists going through boxes in her parents’ basement can be believed, Chris has been writing legible stories since being shown how to make letters. She began editing in school while “helping” with others’ homework and the mental red pen never quits. (Not even ads are free of its glare.) She is an avid gamer (both tabletop and video), reader and writer outside of a day job as a pharmacy technician specialising in reports. Tools of the trade: iPhone with Pages.

John Biscarner

John is a hobbyist writer and photographer who has a passion for the dark and macabre and loves to dive into the darker sides of life and the supernatural. He works on short stories and an ongoing novel in his spare time as he hunts for inspiration. He feels the most beautiful tragedy is writing about a broken hero and how they handle a dire situation, doomed to make their poor decisions as they stumble through their life.

Tyramir Ross

Tyramir is an amorphous blob. We’re not sure how it writes, but so far it’s meeting deadlines, so we don’t complain.

Tyramir submitted an official bio:

Tyramir Ross was born with a real name that is not this pen name somewhere in Canada. A recluse and hermit, he prefers that you’d read his book to discover who he is, as that has more clues to his character and psyche than any mundane listing of geographical and historical factoids ever could.

J.C. Sayer

J.C. is a self-proclaimed Grand Duchess of Procrastinating. She lives in the frozen wastelands of Canada with hordes of furry animals to assist her with her “work”. Her first novetta, “An Unclouded Moon” is available on Smashwords.