Monday, April 25, 2011

Meet the Staff


Since 2003, THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW has had several people contributing's our latest staff (with the ladies first, of course!)...

Christine Morgan works the overnight shift in a residential psychiatric facility, a lonely job rough on the health and sleep schedule … but it provides considerable writing time, as well as the occasional moment of inspiration. Christine is a lifelong reader of horror, a roleplaying gamer, a cat person, and a general geek with interests including superheroes, pirates, zombies, Vikings, history, oddball crafts, and cheesy disaster movies. She’s married to an  amazingly understanding guy, and they’ve produced a kid so precocious, creative and weird that she sold her own first zombie story at the age of fourteen. 

Her works have appeared in several publications, including: The Book of All Flesh, The Book of Final Flesh, The Best of All Flesh, History is DeadThe World is Dead, Strange Stories of Sand and Sea, Fear of the Unknown, Pyramid Magazine, GURPS Villains, Hell Hath No Fury, Dreaded Pall, Path of the Bold, Cthulhu Sex Magazine and its best-of volume Horror Between the Sheets, Closet Desire IV, and Leather, Lace and Lust.

Colleen Wanglund is a self-described gorehound, bookwhore and metalhead.  She has been a fan of horror movies since her parents took her to see THE OMEN (1976) at a drive-in when she was 8-years-old and a fan of horror lit since reading THE SENTINEL by Jeffrey Konvitz when she was 12.  Colleen’s reviews and articles can also be found on the web at More Horror, Mondo Film and Video Guide, JournalStone, Monster Librarian, and last but not least Cinema Knife Fight as the Geisha of Gore.

Sheri White has been published in several small press anthologies and magazines, including Edo Van Belkom's "Be Very Afraid" and "Decadence 3" edited by Monica J. O'Rourke.  Recent acceptances include the "Bigfoot Among Us" anthology and the Daily Flash 2012 anthology.  She is also a book reviewer for several online horror sites.  Sheri lives in beautiful Jefferson, MD with her husband, three kids, two dogs and a black cat named Magic she considers her familiar.  Check out her blog at

Nick Cato has been publishing fanzines since 1981.  After 5 years of publishing THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW as a print 'zine, he decided to take it online in 2008.  A reading of his mother's copy of THE SENTINEL by Jeffrey Konvitz hooked him on horror novels at a ridiculously young age, and a late night screening of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD forever sealed his fate as a horror film fanatic.  Aside from maniacally reading and reviewing horror fiction, Nick also does film reviews for Cinema Knife Fight and The Black Glove, and is currently busy working on his 3rd novel.  His short fiction has appeared in several anthologies and magazines.

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