Tag: Falstaff Books

Rachel A. Brune

As a military journalist, Rachel A. Brune wrote and photographed the Army and its soldiers for five years. When she moved on, she didn’t quit writing stories with soldiers in them, just added werewolves. Rachel is the founder and chief editor at Crone Girls Press, an indie horror micropress specializing in anthologies. She edits the Falstaff Dread line of horror fiction at Falstaff Books. Previously, Rachel was a contributing editor to the Writerpunk Press charity anthology series. She lives with her spouse, two daughters, one reticent cat, and two flatulent rescue dogs. Her werewolf secret agent novel, Cold Run, is available from Falstaff Books.

Samantha Bryant

Samantha is best known for her Menopausal Superhero series of novels through Falstaff Books, well that and her banana bread. She writes heroes and horror stories, mostly featuring complicated women defying expectations. Her story “If the Moon Is Real” can be found in CORVID-19: A RavenCon Anthology. Check out her full catalog at bit.ly/SamanthaBryant or find her wasting time on Twitter and Instagram @samanthabwriter. If all else fails, check the woods. She likes to get lost there.

L.R. Gould

L.R. Gould is a transgender science fiction and urban fantasy author published by Falstaff Books.

She spent a childhood escaping from the family dairy farm by traveling the stars and battling the monsters of her imagination. Adventures, however, rarely go as planned and L.R. Gould’s did not lead her to the stars, but to a twenty-year career designing building mechanical systems where she focuses on accessibility for the differently abled, green construction, energy efficiency, and improving the indoor environment.

While L.R. Gould’s career may not be battling monsters or soaring through the stars, she has never stopped imagining the possibilities. Look for the first book in her new sci-fi series, Prodigal Brother coming soon from Falstaff Books.

Bill Mulligan

Bill Mulligan has taught high school science for 25 years, but his students never suspect that he moonlights as an indie filmmaker, podcaster, and writer. He has worked on five feature films and over two dozen shorts as an actor, writer, director, and special effects artist, including the award-winning Belladonna (writer), Knob Goblins (creature FX), 400 Ways to Kill a Vampire (writer, actor) and Cache Me If You Can (writer/director). He can be heard on the Decades of Horror podcasts at gruesomemagazine.com and The Videostore Junkies at rss.com/podcasts/videostorejunkies.

His first novel, Raum, will be published soon by Falstaff books.

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