Credits

Christopher Banyas

Christopher is an aspiring author and journalist currently attending Idaho State University. He is pursuing an English degree, lives in the shadow of his student debt, and believes that everyone should read Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis.

Michael Strickland

Michael Strickland’s first foray into published horror was “Trick or Treat,” a short story that found new life as a student film adaptation when he attended USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. In addition to “Pale Green Pants,” his story “Bigfeet” is forthcoming in Cast of Wonders, and he’s published a handful of other short stories in small indie outlets. By day, he wrangles words as a professional copywriter.

Davin Creed

Currently is, and always will be, heavily influenced by Dr. Seuss, Isaac Asimov, Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, and his own nightmares, Davin Creed writes mostly dark stories. If you like this story, Davin Creed has also been published in Bette Noire’s Edgar Allan Poe inspired anthology In Poe’s Shadow.

Henry Gaudet

Fourteen years ago, Henry Gaudet left his native Pennsylvania to make a new home for himself in the Irish midlands, where he lives with his Irish wife and semi-Irish son. He never, never writes in verse.

Aaron Lee

Aaron was born on a dark and stormy night in the middle of July in Idaho. Bats circled the belfry as the clock struck eight, signaling his birth. Aaron’s imagination from that day forth has spewed forth stories, songs, poems and epic awesomeness.

Simon M. Rook

Simon is an American writer and Marine Corps Veteran. He finds inspiration for his stories by visiting haunted cities and listening to the things people don’t say.

Billy Vincent

Billy Vincent has lived his entire life in the great state of Oklahoma. He lives with his incredibly supportive wife, Michele for over 15 years.

He has had three short stories in anthologies published by Yard Dog Press. You can find them at www.yarddogpress.com

“Taking It For Granite” in More Stories That Won’t Make Your Parents Hurl

“1001 Alabama Nights” in The Four Bubbas of the Apocalypse: Flatulence, Halitosis, Incest and… Ned

“Observations” in Flush Fiction Volume IL Stories to Be Read in One Sitting.

You can Also follow his blog at billyvincent2.wordpress.com or his rare tweets on twitter @billyvincent72

Pete Nixon

Pete is a full time mailman, full time husband, full time father, and part time writer/editor/voice actor/I.T. guru/web site designer/mr. Fixit. The idea for Green Eggs and Horror came out of his twisted mind. You’re welcome.

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