Issue Seven Contributor Biographies
Natalie L. Sin
Natalie L. Sin is a horror writer and avid coffee drinker, not necessarily in that order. Sin has appeared in “Necrotic Tissue”, Strange, Weird, and Wonderful, “The Monsters Next Door”, “Macabre Cadaver”, and “Tales from the Moonlit Path”. Her dream is to have one of her stories inspire a Hong Kong movie. In the meantime, Sin continues to honor the source of her inspiration by making awful things happen there.
Gayla Chaney’s fiction has appeared in Potomac Review, Natural Bridge, Thema, Cicada, U.S. Catholic, 34th Parallel, Oklahoma Review, and Carve. Her work was recently included in the 2008 Best Modern Voices: Words for the New Millennium. She makes her home in central Texas with her husband and three sons.
Aliette de Bodard
Aliette de Bodard is a half-French, half-Vietnamese author who lives in Paris, France, and writes speculative fiction in her spare time. Her short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Realms of Fantasy, Interzone and Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show. She is a Campbell Award Finalist for 2009. Visit her website at http://www.aliettedebodard.com.
Deb McDonnell wastes energy getting irate at database systems which refuse to acknowledge the medial capital in her surname, and other such absurdities. A graduate of Clarion South, she lives in Melbourne and has worked as an engineer, chemist, and technical writer. She holds sleep sacred above almost everything else.