Todd H. C. Fischer


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Todd H. C. Fischer is a graduate of York University in Canada, with a double honours BA in English and Creative Writing, where he studied many different forms of literature and poetry. He has published 17 books on various subjects though Stonebunny Press, as well as a monograph published by The Compleat Anachronist (a medievalist journal). As well, Todd has had work appear in several small press publications around the world. Todd has been a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism (a medieval re-enactment group) for over a decade and a half, and has been recognized with several awards for his research into--and reproduction of--medieval writing (including poetry). You can read more about Todd on his website:

Steven Muhlberger


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Dr. Muhlberger, formerly of Nipissing University in North Bay, Ontario, has taught (among other things) medieval history, Islamic history, and the history of world democracy. He has a particular interest in military history and the history of chivalry in the later Middle Ages, and has written extensively on those topics.

A complete listing of Dr. Muhlberger's scholarly books can be found at Steve Muhlberger's Books (

Dale Percy


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Dale Percy has been a writer, ever since he learned how to write. Writing has become his profession as a Creative Writer in radio, and his passion with Jazz Poetry. He was always interested in poetry, but he never thought of himself as a poet, until poetry gave him a smack upside his head, which led him down a long, hard detour in life where he realized that honesty is all that matters.

He has lived in every part of Canada, except the East Coast, and the Far North. Currently he lives in Toronto, which he calls his home and his muse.

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K. D. Miller


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K.D. Miller is a poet, essayist, novelist and short story writer living in Toronto. She also teaches a variety of writing courses, which you can check out on her Courses page.

Her latest book, the novel Brown Dwarf, was published in 2010 by Biblioasis.

K.D. Miller is an editor of Red Claw Press ( Visit her personal webpage at 

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Ian Rogers


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Ian Rogers is a writer, artist, and photographer. His short fiction has been published in Cemetery Dance, Supernatural Tales, and On Spec.

He is the author of the Felix Renn series of supernatural-noir stories, including "Temporary Monsters" and "The Ash Angels," from Burning Effigy Press.

Ian lives with his wife in Peterborough, Ontario. For more information, visit

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