Our Writers

M.P. Witwer is a writer, editor, writing website moderator and clay artist. Her work has earned several awards, and her writing has appeared in publications worldwide. While her writing leans toward heartfelt, a penchant for satire and word play emerges in the guise of her alter ego, Maggie Rascal.They both live near Seattle.

Cecilia Rogers is an award winning writer of short stories, flash and micro fiction, poetry, musings and essays. Her work has appeared on numerous websites under the screen name of Gypsy. She is also an avid photographer: her writing is often accompanied by some of her own images.

Carol E. Wyer writes novels, articles and books that poke fun at getting older. Known for her light-hearted take on life, Carol has written three award-winning novels and now tours, giving talks and radio interviews on how to age disgracefully. She also writes for the Huffington Post and Indies Unlimited and regularly posts on her own blog, Facing 50 with Humour.

Steffanie writes stories that are full of warmth and gentle humor. Over the past few years she’s touched many readers’ hearts, and won quite a few awards for her approachable style and thoughtful content. Expect neat, well balanced stories and a few surprises now and then. You never know what Steffanie might try next.

Allison M. Dickson is a writer of dark contemporary fiction. Two of her short stories currently appear in The Endlands Volume 2 from Hobbes End Publishing, and two of her collected works are currently available on Amazon along with her indie pulp novel, COLT COLTRANE AND THE LOTUS KILLER. Her debut novel STRINGS, a psychological suspense story, released to rave reviews from Hobbes End, and the same publisher will be releasing her dystopian sci-fi book, THE LAST SUPPER, in summer of 2014. When she’s not writing, she’s co-hosting a weekly podcast, Creative Commoners. After spending several years in Olympia, Washington she returned with her husband and kids to her native Midwest and currently resides in Dayton, OH.

Bill Fullerton has, at various times, been a country grocery store clerk, oil field roustabout, infantry soldier, graduate student, paper pusher for the government, out of work, and a newspaper columnist. His award-winning fiction stories have appeared in numerous publications and on several websites. Although born and raised in Louisiana, he now lives in Austin, Texas.

Alan W. Jankowski (March 16, 1961 – March 10, 2017) was the award winning author of well over one hundred short stories, plays and poems. His stories were published online and in a number of print journals. His poetry garnered much praise, and his 9-11 tribute poem “We Shall Never Forget” has been used extensively in ceremonies starting with the tenth anniversary of this tragic event.

• Robb Grindstaff is the author of two novels, Hannah’s Voice (published January 2013) and Carry Me Away (September 2013), as well as a dozen short stories published in several print anthologies and e-zines, and several articles on the craft of writing fiction. His third novel is in progress, and fourth novel is outlined and waiting in the queue.

Natalie Cone is a wife, mom and avid coffee drinker. Her love for writing is topped only by her love of God and family. Natalie is an award-winning short story author and freelance writer. Her first Middle Grade fiction novel is currently on submission, and her first New Adult novel is undergoing brutal editing.

Dellani Oakes is the proud mother of four children, happy wife, proud nana and author of 131 novels, novellas and short stories. If we count only those which are finished and not works in progress, then the number reduces to 79. If she published four books a year, she’d be able to go for nearly 20 years without writing anything new. Of course, that will never happen, because Dellani lives to write.