Gregg Feistman

Gregg Feistman

Contributions: “Starstruck,” Reading Glasses. 2014 Gregg Feistman’s first political thriller, The War Merchants, was published in 2009 by Strategic Book Publishing. He has since completed his second novel in the series, Unholy Alliance, currently under consideration. A former freelance journalist and New York City-produced playwright, he is currently an Associate Professor of Public Relations at…

Ray Rebmann

Contributions: “Sifkin’s Fence,” Reading Glasses. 2014 Ray Rebmann trains guide dogs for the sight impaired. His first book of nonfiction, How Can You Give Up That Adorable Puppy (Unlimited Publishing) describes a family’s years of service as dog trainers. His fiction work includes Chalk Town and the World’s Bottle Cap Championship of the Universe, an…

Bruce Capoferri

Author Interview: Bruce Capoferri

To amp up for the release of our very first short story collection, Reading Glasses, we’ve sent Steampunk Granny Marie Gilbert out to interview our contributors. Marie Gilbert is a ghost-hunting, zombie-fighting, steampunk comic book superhero in disguise as a grandma from South Philadelphia. She blogs about television and film for Biff Bam Pop and…

K. A. Magrowski

Contributions: “The Highborn,” Reading Glasses. 2014 “Apparitions of Murder,” Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey. 2012 K.A. Magrowski has been mangling the English language since 1985. She hopes to secure a book deal before the zombie apocalypse or an alien invasion, whichever happens first. Her work has also appeared in Dreams of Decadence…

John Farquhar

Books: What To Expect When You’re Dead, 2013 Contributions: “The Icarus Option,” Reading Glasses. 2014 “Bad Day for Santa,” Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey, 2012 John Farquhar was born in England, and educated at Liverpool University and St. John’s College, Oxford. He teaches languages and literature at Rutgers University and Temple University.…

J. Keller Ford

J. Keller Ford

Contributions: “The Passing of Millie Hudson,” Reading Glasses Anthology, 2014. J. Keller Ford is a Young Adult and New Adult fantasy author, freelance editor and book reviewer. Her short stories, “The Amulet of Ormisez” (Make Believe Anthology) and “Dragon Flight” (One More Day Anthology) are published by J. Taylor Publishing. Two of her non-fiction short…

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Randy Ribay

Contributions: “Mason, On His Way Home,” Reading Glasses, 2014 Born in the Philippines and raised in Michigan and Colorado, Randy Ribay holds a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Colorado and a M.Ed. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. By day he teaches high school English in West Philadelphia, and by night…