Chris Morey has edited the works of Clive Barker, Joe R. Lansdale, Tom Piccirilli, Jeff Strand, Weston Ochse, Jeffrey Thomas, Tim Waggoner, William Meikle, Gord Rollo and many others. He is the creator and editor of the Black Labyrinth imprint illustrated by Santiago Caruso, the anthology/imprint I AM THE ABYSS and the anthology Christmas Horror. He has been interviewed by FANGORIA Magazine, Rue Morgue, Dark Discoveries Magazine, Cemetery Dance Magazine, Horror World, Ooligan Press and Dark Markets.
Chris was nourished as a child on a steady diet of horror movies like Hellraiser, The Thing, Nightmare on Elm Street and Creature from the Black Lagoon. Growing up he built quite the collection of the Goosebumps series by R.L. Stine, and eventually collected Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comics as well. He is an avid lover of the dark arts, including film, literature, games, music and artwork. Chris is working constantly to build Dark Regions Press but always has a passion project or two secretly brewing.
Michael Bailey is the multi-award-winning author of PALINDROME HANNAH, PHOENIX ROSE and PSYCHOTROPIC DRAGON (novels), SCALES AND PETALS and INKBLOTS AND BLOOD SPOTS (short story / poetry collections), and editor of PELLUCID LUNACY and the CHIRAL MAD anthologies. His books have been recognized by the International Book Awards, National Best Book Awards, Independent Publisher Book Awards, the USA News “Best Book” Awards, the London Book Festival, ForeWord Reviews’ Book of the Year, This is Horror Anthology of the Year, the Indie Book Awards, and the Eric Hoffer Award. His short fiction and poetry can be found in anthologies and magazines around the world, including the US, UK, Australia, Sweden and South Africa. – See more at: http://www.darkregions.com/pages/Staff.html#sthash.tlKEjzs7.dpuf
Brian M. Sammons
Brian M. Sammons has been writing reviews on all things horror for more years than he’d care to admit. Wanting to give other critics the chance to ravage his work for a change, he has penned a few short stories that have appeared in such anthologies as Arkham Tales, Horrors Beyond, Monstrous, Dead but Dreaming 2, Horror for the Holidays, Twisted Legends, Mountains of Madness, Deepest Darkest Eden, and others. He has edited the anthologies; Cthulhu Unbound 3, Undead & Unbound, Eldritch Chrome, Edge of Sundown, and Steampunk Cthulhu. For the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game he wrote the book Secrets, has contributed to both Keeper’s Companions, wrote a companion scenario for the Keeper’s Screen, and has had scenarios in the books; Terrors From Beyond, The San Francisco Guidebook, Houses of R’lyeh, Strange Aeons 2, Atomic Age Cthulhu, Island of Ignorance, Punktown, and Doors to Darkness. He is currently far too busy for any sane man.
For more about Brian, you can find his infrequently updated webpage here: http://brian_sammons.webs.com or follow him on Twitter @BrianMSammons
James R. Beach
James R. Beach is the founding publisher and former Editor-In-Chief of Dark Discoveries magazine. He also does sales, marketing and consulting for other small press publishers including Dark Regions Press. James also writes for other publications including Apex Digest, Nameless, Cemetery Dance, etc. and is currently at work on two anthologies (including a long-awaited Best of Dark Discoveries) and a few other book projects. He has been supporting his habits for a number of years as a reseller online and at trade shows – bringing Horror books, movies and more into the hands of fans all over the world.
F. J. Bergmann
F.J. Bergmann writes poetry and speculative fiction, often simultaneously. Work has appeared in Asimov’s, Expanded Horizons, Horror Garage, Strange Horizons, Weird Tales, and a bunch of literary journals that should have known better. Out of the Black Forest (2012, Centennial Press) won the 2013 SFPA Elgin Chapbook Award and “Guests” won the 2012 Rannu Speculative Literature Fund award for poetry. “Eating Light” won a 2008 Rhysling award; “Pale Horse” won the 2006 Mary Shelley Imaginative Fiction Award. The editor of Star*Line, the journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, and the poetry editor of Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, she frequents Wisconsin and fibitz.com.