Jason V Brock
Founder of JaSunni Productions, whose documentary films include Charles Beaumont: The Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man, The AckerMonster Chronicles, and the upcoming Image, Reflection, Shadow: Artists of the Fantastic. He also the author of Totems and Taboos, a compilation of his poetry and artwork, and an editor, along with William F. Nolan, of The Bleeding Edge and The Devil’s Coattails published by Cycatrix Press. Brock shared story credit on the Logan’s Run: Last Day comic book series from Bluewater Productions. He also served as Managing Editor and Art Director for Dark Discoveries magazine for several years. His novella, Milton’s Children, was published by Bad Moon Books in 2013. His short stories and nonfiction articles and essays have been widely published internationally in horror, science fiction and fantasy magazines and anthologies. With a large personality and gregarious nature, he is a popular panelist at horror conventions and film festivals and has been compared in intensity to Harlan Ellison and Charles Beaumont by his friends and colleagues.
Best known for writing stories in the science fiction, fantasy and horror genres. He is best known for co-authoring the novel Logan’s Run, with George Clayton Johnson. He co-wrote the screenplay for the 1976 horror film Burnt Offerings which starred Karen Black and Bette Davis with director Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows). Nolan was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He attended the Kansas City Art Institute, and later worked for Hallmark Cards, Inc. before becoming an author. Among his many awards, he was voted a Living Legend in Dark Fantasy by the International Horror Guild in 2002. He is also twice winner of the Edgar Allan Poe Award from the Mystery Writers of America. In 2006 he was bestowed the honorary title of Author Emeritus by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. In 2010, he received the Lifetime Achievement Stoker award from the Horror Writers Association (HWA).
Lawrence French, Paul G. Bens, Jr., Don Webb, Sunni K Brock, S. T. Joshi, Norman Rubenstein, Michael J. Clarke, Sam Gafford, Stephanie Wytovich, Aaron J. French, and Matt Cardin.