Nicole Katrine Orr
Nicole’s first story idea occurred to her when she was 12 and realized that having two of her Ken Dolls save the world was fun. A dozen years later, she gets her inspiration elsewhere…(read more)
I Am Not a Hero
Every vampire love story has been done before, right?… (read more)
Let Us Fall: A Tale of Desperate Survival (Volume 1)
They flee down a tunnel that poses little chance of survival… (read more)
Travis McGuire grew up in the Midwest where he developed a love of cars and the outdoors. He now lives in the Pacific Northwest and spends his time writing, editing, hiking and drinking beer. He is currently working on his fourth novel. Dughall is his first published work.
Street racing is Dughall’s world. But after a race on a summer night in Missouri, it all changes when a woman steps in front of his car. Over the next year, he quits racing and struggles to redefine his life. He begins dating Cari, but her brother Dmitri causes trouble for them all–taking Dughall on the deadliest race of his life.
Robert Benefiel was born in 1970 in Santa Monica, California. He was first published when he was 17 years old. His first book, Easy Battles For Lazy Armies, was released when he was 27. The author currently lives in the Northwest and continues to write and release new works of poetry and fiction. At present count he has 13 books of poetry. (read more)
Everybody Looks Down
In this day and age, the ability for people to be distracted from who and what they are grows greater every day thanks to technology and the inundation of outside stimulus. (read more)
All Over The Damn Place
Written on a whim, this book was created for two reasons. The first reason was as a challenge the author put upon himself to see how long it would take him to produce a whole books worth of material. (read more)
Dave Garlock grew up among the redwoods of California, then moved to Portland to attend Reed College. He’s lived there, writing and exploring the surrounding wilderness, ever since.
Lee Garrett’s life as a bike-riding, dumpster-diving artist in Portland, Ore. is thrown into turmoil when his brother vanishes while camping on the coast, his tooth erupts with agonizing pain and he falls for the girl giving him a root canal.
Fillings, a suspenseful literary mystery set in Portland and on the stunning Pacific Northwest coast, follows Lee in his obsessive search for clues to his brother’s disappearance… (read more)
Jim O. Neal
Jim was born to a grave digger and a house keeper, and raised on the banks of a muddy, man-made lake. He met the girl of his dreams in the first grade, married her many years later, and joined her on adventures around the world before coming to rest in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. He lives in Portland with his wife and young daughter.
Farewell to Hot Water
When Seth’s neighborhood is destroyed by a tornado, he becomes convinced the disastrous effects of climate change have finally arrived. He, his wife, Jen, and their seemingly prescient eight year-old daughter, Lily, flee to the mountains to wait out the collapse of civilization…(read more)
Ilana S Lehmann
Dr. Lehmann is a university professor, certified rehabilitation counselor, and sci-fi nutcase. She has united her passion for disability issues, her affection for Star Trek, and her cheeky sense of humor into “All You Need to Know About Disability is on Star Trek.” (read more)
All You Need to Know About Disability is on Star Trek
How many psychiatric diagnoses can we pin on Lt. Barclay?
Did Seven of Nine have autism?
How many wheelchairs were there on Star Trek?
C.I. DeMann isn’t actually a person. He’s a robot, sent from the future to write fiction. His stories are designed to prevent a future war between humans and robots.
Wait. No. Reverse that. His stories are designed to CAUSE a future war between…
Wait, no that’s wrong, too. Dammit. This time travel stuff can get confusing. Give me a second…(read more)
A Punk Rock Love Song
Maggie’s mother is dead, her father is broken, and all her old friends are drifting away… (read more)
Athena is an author and a publisher. After the traditionally publishing Ghosts of Seattle in 2007, she then went the independent route and launched a label to release the fantasy fiction novel, Murder of Crows, in 2012… (read more)
Murder of Crows
Fable Montgomery is the Muse of Story. Fourteen years ago she gave up her home, her memories, and the man she loved, to prevent a new Dark Age. Yet when her beloved aunt is murdered, the fate of two worlds rests on Fable’s ability to recover the memories she worked so hard to destroy… (read more)
The Wrecking Crew: A Novel
Freed from a secret Moroccan prison, deep-water salvage diver Jonah Blackwell leads a high-stakes search for a missing research team in the pirate-infested waters of Somalia. When his expedition threatens the ambitions of billionaire Charles Bettencourt, Jonah must hijack a hostile submarine… (read more)
Thomas J. Turner is a short story writer and fiction novelist living in the Portland area. He grew up in the S.F. Bay Area during the 1960’s and lived a wild life… (read more)
Bohemian Interlude is set in 1970. Two acid heads arrive in a small country town… (read more)
Born to Be Strange
From a grieving widow, to a road trip with a car load of gangsters… (read more)