EDGE and Tesseract are imprints of Hades Publications, Inc. Adams and Cathy Clamp are real people with slightly twisted minds who write strange fiction for fun. They are happily the award-winning, USA Today bestselling authors of the “Tales bradley cooper in sex and the city the Sazi” and “Thrall” series for Tor Books. They are also now writing urban fantasy as “Cat Adams” and released a new series, “The Blood Singer” in June, 2010.
Cathy spend their days working in a law office in central Texas, which is what many claim warped their brains. Guy Adams lives in Spain, surrounded by rescue animals. Some of them are his family. He spent over ten years working as a professional actor and comedian. He has pretended to be Ernest Hemingway, Hitler, and Sherlock Holmes. BBC Books’ TORCHWOOD range, The Breath of God, The Army of Dr. Moreau, The World House novels, the Deadbeat series and the weird westerns The Good, The Bad and The Infernal and Once Upon a Time in Hell.
He also writes comics, including The Engine, Ulysses Sweet: Maniac for Hire. Pete “Patch” Alberti shares a small apartment with two cats, one human, and the reanimated corpses of all his past lovers. American living and writing in the Pacific Northwest, very grateful for the mountains, the ocean, and the train running from Vancouver, BC to Portland, Oregon. Her poetry has been nominated for the Rhysling and the Dwarf Star awards, while her short fiction collection Push of the Sky earned a starred review in Publishers Weekly and was an Endeavour Award finalist. Shannon Allen’s short fiction has appeared in Enigma Front and Enigma Front: The Monster Within. A long time fan of all things Arthurian, Shannon lives with her husband Lloyd just south of Calgary, Alberta.
Colleen Anderson has published nearly 200 pieces of fiction and poetry, was nominated for a Gaylactic Spectrum Award, twice nominated for an Aurora Award, a finalist in the Rannu competition and received several honorable mentions in the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, the Year’s Best SF, and Imaginarium. Her work has been published in such places as Chilling Tales, Evolve, Horror Library and Cemetery Dance. Anderson is an American science fiction author with over forty bestsellers. The X-Files, and with Brian Herbert is the co-author of the Dune prequels. His original works include the Saga of Seven Suns series and the Nebula Award-nominated Assemblers of Infinity. Krysia Anderson grew up hearing stories of the Okal Rel Universe as a friend of Lynda Williams’ middle daughter, Angela Lott.
Krysia’s writing debut was a short story for Opus 2: An Okal Rel Universe Anthology, where she introduced the character Victoria, a half-Vrellish girl much too violent and vigorous for the expectations of her Demish family. Krysia Anderson graduated from high school in 2011 and, sadly, passed away in 2014. He is in demand as a teacher of writing workshops at all levels. Jason Andrew lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife Lisa. His short fiction has appeared in markets such as Shine: An Anthology of Optimistic SF, In Situ, and Dark Tales of Lost Civilizations.
Archambault has made competitive sport an important part of his life for many years. When he’s not studying computer science at the University of British Columbia or writing, he can be found skating, playing ultimate, or running. Dan would also like to apologize for the language and actions of his characters in this one. They were kids who didn’t know any better. The “Recorded Testimony of Eric and Julie Francis” is his third fiction sale.
Frank Ard is from the quiet town of Loxley, Alabama. He is a graduate of Clarion West, and his work has appeared in Fantastique Unfettered, The Future Fire, and Birmingham Arts Journal. He is currently working on a collection of animal stories. Kelley Armstrong is the author of the Cainsville modern gothic series and the Age of Legends YA fantasy trilogy.