Publisher, Editor in Chief
An editor and occasional writer, Jodi Lee has spent her entire life on the Canadian Prairies, which she credits for her over-active imagination. She’s often found slicing and dicing prose in her editorial work, or mucking about with book covers, graphics and websites in her design freelancing.
Her fiction has appeared in Night to Dawn, Nocturnal Ooze and Necrotic Tissue, as well as numerous anthologies both past and forthcoming. Her non-fiction has found many and varying outlets over the past decade.
Tracy DeVore is a freelance editor, published in novel-length fiction. Her non-fiction work has appeared in a number of newspapers and other publications. She was the founding president of the HWA’s Indiana chapter, Indiana Horror Writers (IHW) and the RWA chapter, Gothic Romance Writers, Inc. (‘GothRom’).
Though she now resides in Danville, Illinois, Tracy grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, and remains a loyal Colts fan.
You can reach her by e-mail at tracy (at) tracydevore.com if you’re interested in an interview or just want to drop her a note.
Currently Open – PR/Marketing Manager
Art Department – Lead Designer
Bob Freeman is an author, artist, and paranormal adventurer from rural Indiana, where he lives with his wife Kim and son Connor.
He is the founder of the paranormal research group Nightstalkers of Indiana, a member of the Aleister Crowley Society and Indiana Horror Writers.
Bob is the author of many published works, most notably the novel Descendant: A Wolfe & Crowe Investigation published by Belfire Press.
For more information you can visit Bob at his website: occultdetective.com.
Managing Editor – Needfire Poetry
Barry has had more than 40 short stories and poems featured in print and online publications. He is the author of Everything Theory: Cold Compass, The Masks of Our Fathers, 13 Broken Nightlights, and The Bleeding Room.
A collection of his short fiction, Debris, was published by Library of Horror Press in 2009 but is currently out of print (many of the stories featured in Debris can be found in his newer collection, 13 Broken Nightlights). In 2010, his debut poetry collection, A Mouth for Picket Fences, was published by Needfire Poetry, currently out of print.
He keeps his online home at http://barrynapierwriting.wordpress.com/