Born and raised in Texas, Nicholas Paschall has served two years as a recurring columnist for Dark Eclipse Magazine and is a current columnist for The London Horror Society. He is a prolific writer, his work having been published in nineteen different printed anthologies and magazines. Aside from his contribution to Shadows And Teeth, Mr. Paschall's upcoming novel, The Father of Flesh, will also be published through Darkwater Syndicate in 2017.
Steven Deighan was born in Edinburgh in 1983. He is the author of Things From The Past and Stages of Undress, and the original indie graphic book, Feels Like Stephen King. He lives with his partner and their children in a rural town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, where he writes a mix of prose and graphic novel scripts. Most notable is his 2016 3D horror comic book, The Party, based on the 1999 national award-winner of the same name.
Praise for Steven Deighan:
"You have to admire his passion for his art"
—Henry Northmore, The List
"Such a passion, talent for nuance, and a skill at chilling to the very core of your being"
—Kevin Etheridge, Dark Discoveries
"He imbues his tales with emotion and style"
—Paul Kane, author of The Hellraiser Films & Their Legacy
David Owain Hughes
In his own words, David Owain Hughes is a horror freak! He grew up on ninja, pirate and horror movies from the age of five, which helped rapidly install in him a vivid imagination. When he grows up, he wishes to be a serial killer with a part-time job in women’s lingerie... He’s had several short stories published in various online magazines and anthologies, along with articles, reviews and interviews. He’s written for This Is Horror, Blood Magazine and Horror Geeks Magazine. He’s the author of the popular novel Walled In (2014) and Wind-Up Toy (2016), along with his short story collections White Walls and Straitjackets (2015) and Choice Cuts (2015).