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Erica Ciko Campbell was obsessed with short fiction all her life, and was lucky enough to start reading for the pro SFF magazine Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores in June 2019. From here, her love of short fiction reached twisted new apexes and took over her life, so she reached out to the creators of Novel Noctule literary horror magazine to take it even farther. She started there as a Trainee Editor in October of 2020, and was promoted the Flying Fox Flash Editor in February 2021.
Unfortunately, NN went in a different direction not long after. But then, she knew it was fate, and decided that three years of experience working for other magazines was finally enough. The stars were finally right, and it was time to chase her lifelong dream of starting a magazine of Cosmic Horror, Sword and Sorcery, and all the other wicked, weird genres that lurk in the shadowy background of other publications.
Erica is also an avid writer, and made her debut on backwater internet forums in the early 2000’s. Since then, her stories have been published in many anthologies and magazines, most recently Cosmic Horror Monthly and Tales to Terrify.
Her short fiction escapades have earned her a place in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America as an Active Member, and the Horror Writers Association as an Affiliate Member. But her true passion is her in-progress Tales of a Starless Aeon novel series.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Utica College, and her undergraduate coursework in genetics and evolutionary studies offered some vague inspiration for some of the monsters and aliens she dreams up in her stories. However, she never worked long-term in the Biology field, instead choosing to pay the bills as a freelance writer since 2015.
Founder/Associate Editor/Designer & Illustrator
Desmond Rhae Harris started drawing, writing, reading, making music, and wandering around in the woods as a little kid and never stopped.
Despite his utter lack of charisma and his persistent inability to write emails that don’t sound like they came from a broken AI, he’s spent years working with various clients from around the world on art and writing projects. He also had an art exhibit and reception at a local library, which got plenty of positive feedback. His work has been selected for publications such as Novel Noctule, Penumbric Speculative Fiction Mag, and Cosmic Horror Monthly. He’s started doing Podcast stuff, too, but that’s still in the works.
After earning college degrees in English and graphic design, he’s focused on using creativity to explore the weirdness of the universe, chaos, existence, and magick. Now he’s working on [too many] projects, including his sci-fi novel, a Tarot deck, and an experimental album.
When he gets sick of making things, he likes cooking, stretching or messing around in Mordor, Ald’ruhn, Apocrypha, and various Oblivion Gates.