Beware the Ides of March!
Well, perhaps not “beware,” but look forward to the day. Saturday, March 15th, we’re bringing you an all-new lineup of authors. And we want you to join us! Yes, et tu.
Zack Morrissette has been called a hack, not a real artist and a lousy dancer. However, his first novel, The Other Side of the Fence, co-written by Steve Nixon, won Indie Book of the Day on indiebookoftheday.com and has 5 stars on Amazon. Zack’s been interviewed by geeksmash.com and thegeekgirlproject.com. He also draws a daily comic of exquisite nerd humor on Twitter and Instagram @zackmorrissette. He’s currently working on his next novel and might have been in the big dance sequence in the second Matrix movie. His work can also be found at anthologypress.com.
S.P. Hendrick is the author of two acclaimed fantasy series, The Glastonbury Chronicles and Tales Of The Dearg-Sidhe. A third companion, The Glastonbury Archives in the works, along with a deck of Tarot cards based on Celtic mythology, British folklore, and the worlds and characters she has created. Ms Hendrick holds a degree in English from the former San Fernando Valley State College (now California State University, Northridge). During the mid 1960s or as she puts it “in a past life” under the nom de plume Jennifer Starkey she did publicity for several rock bands and was a columnist for a national magazine. Her first novel under that name, Sunset Offramp was published during that era. She lives in the San Fernando Valley with her husband Jay T. Mayer, entirely too many cats, and thirty-two overflowing bookcases.
Nina Berry is a writer, redhead, and bodysurfer. She writes all kinds of things, including the paranormal OTHERKIN trilogy from KTeen and the historical thriller PAGAN JONES series from Harlequin Teen, debuting in 2015. She lives and works in Hollywood, pretending to lead the glamorous life. www.ninaberry.com
Chiwan Choi is a partner at Writ Large Press. He is also the author of Abductions and The Flood.
Cherisse Yanit-Nadal is a 2013 recipient of PAWA, Inc.’s Manuel G. Flores Writing Prize, and a 2013 VONA/Voices Fellow. She earned her baccalaureate degrees in English and music and her master’s degree in Rhetoric and Composition. She is currently in attendance at The University of California at Riverside – Palm Desert for an MFA in Creative Writing. She writes as the West Coast Correspondent for DC Asian Pacific American Film, Inc. Her fiction has appeared in the Berkeley-based Oatmeal Magazine.
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