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Our contests are judged by a four person panel, with two weeks of online fan voting counted as an additional judge vote.  Finalists are selected by ed., publisher, owner Paul-Newell Reaves, and monitor, ed. eatstuf.  In the event of judge and fan votes being equal, Paul-Newell Reaves becomes tie-breaker.

 

 

Introducing our Judges:

 

 

2013 !Short Story Contest! Winner,

Christian McKay Heidicker

has made a handful of accomplishments outside of video games.  His first book, Cure for the Common Universe, released by Simon & Schuster is !on shelves now!  He published a short story called ‘There Are No Marshmallows in Camelot’ on Cast of Wonders and co-created a website called foxingbureau.com.  He lives with the love of his life in Salt Lake City … and he often wonders how in the hell he did it.

 

 

Lady Moet Beast

the Beast From Southeast

What can’t be said about this interesting lady? Godmother of D.C. Rap, multi-genre lyricist, producer, poet, musician, writer, singer, actress, and the list goes on. Performing live since the age of 5, determined to be heard, adored and admired, Lady Moet Beast has performed all over the U.S. for the past 25 years. Not your average HipHop Femcee she has grown along with her husband obtaining her own band The Cruddy Crankerz, Beast & Monster Ink,  Drama City Records/Draztick Measurez., Cruddy Rite Publishing, Cruddy Rite Radio, Monster Graphix, and Lioness Filmz. Lady Moet Beast has set a lot of trends from green dreadlocks to hardcore femcees in Washington, D.C. and abroad.

 

 

Martha Hubbard lives on an island in the North Baltic, off the coast of Estonia. A place of strange gods, mysteries, tragedies and wonder, it provides the perfect bed-rock for a writer of dark fantasy. Her stories have appeared in the Innsmouth Free Press’ anthologies, Historical Lovecraft. Candle in the Attic Window and Future Lovecraft and Lisette’s Tales of the Imaginary. She has also served on the jury for the annual ARESFFT (The Association for Recognition of Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Translation) award, as well as regularly reviewing books on her own Live Journal blog:http://saare-snowqueen.livejournal.com/

 

 

Glenn A. Bruce, MFA, was associate fiction editor for The Lindenwood Review. He has published eight novels and two collections of short stories. He wrote Kickboxer, episodes of Walker: Texas Ranger and Baywatch— for an anecdote on pre-Pamala Baywatch, and what happens to homeless people on the show, click here—  and was a sketch-writer for Cinemax’sAssaulted Nuts. His stories, poems, and essays have been published internationally. He won About That’s “Down and Dirty” short story contest and is a two-time finalist in the defenstrationism.net annual short story contest. He has been a guest speaker and panel participant at many writing and film events over the years. He has judged shorts film contests, art shows, and was the final judge for Brilliant Flash Fiction’s 2015 annual short-fiction contest. Glenn has been teaching Screenwriting and Acting for the Camera at Appalachian State University for the past 11 years.

Website: www.glennabruce.com

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6445392.Glenn_A_Bruce

 

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