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Medusa Tales has published stories of transformation by 21 different authors from around the world.

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Kailey Alessi has lived in Michigan, Kentucky, and most recently, Idaho. An anthropology graduate student by day, by night she writes disturbing fiction. She can be found online at kaileyalessi.com.
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Robert Bagnall was born in a doubly-landlocked English county when the Royal Navy still issued a rum ration, but now lives by the sea. He is the author of the science-fiction thriller “2084 – The Meschera Bandwidth” and over fifty published short stories, twenty-four of which are collected in the anthology “24 0s & a 2.” Both are available on Amazon. Three of his stories have also appeared in NewCon Press' annual “Best of British Science Fiction” anthologies. He blogs at meschera.blogspot.com and can be contacted there.
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Kevin M. Casin is a gay, Latino fiction writer, and cardiovascular research scientist. His fiction work is featured in If There's Anyone Left, From the Farther Trees, and more. He is Editor-in-Chief of Tree And Stone, an HWA/SFWA/Codex member, and First Reader for Diabolical Plots and Interstellar Flight Press. For more about him, please see his website: https://kevinmcasin.wordpress.com/. Please follow his Twitter: @kevinthedruid.
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Ospell would like you to think they are simply an amateur fiction writer with a focus on urban fantasy and magical realism, who spends their free time crafting TTRPG adventures and game hooks that often include elements of transformation. What Ospell would not like you to think about them could fill a whole issue, and we suspect it has something to do with the jar of pickled basilisk eyes on their desk, the gilded glove locked away in a glass cabinet by the wine rack, and most definitely the oddly realistic decor in their garden.
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Lauren Everdell lives in Gloucestershire, UK. Her work has appeared in several anthologies, as well as Hearth & Coffin, Neon, and The Drabble. When not writing she's usually painting furniture but either way is never without Fable, her chocolate Labrador. You can find Lauren at ubiquitousbooks.com and on Twitter @scrawlauren.
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Eric Fomley's stories have appeared in Clarkesworld, Daily Science Fiction, Galaxy's Edge, and elsewhere. You can read more of his stories on his website ericfomley.com.
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NJ Gallegos is an emergency medicine physician who enjoys writing horror, especially medical horror. She lives with her partner and two cats (possibly one ghost cat). She can be found on Twitter @DrSpooky_ER
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Jameson Grey is originally from England but now lives with his family in western Canada. His work has been published by Dark Recesses Press, Dark Dispatch, and in anthologies from Ghost Orchid Press, Black Hare Press, and Hellbound Books. He can be found online at jameson-grey.com and on Twitter @thejamesongrey.
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Rachel Handley is a fiction writer, poet, and Philosophy academic based in Dublin, Ireland. Their work has been published by The Liminal Review, 365 Tomorrows, Ellipsis Zine, The Madrigal, Dreich, Arlen House, and Full House Literary. They have work forthcoming in Martian Magazine, Ink Drinkers, Bear Creek Gazette, and Sonder Magazine. Their debut collection of short stories, Possible Worlds and Other Stories, will be published by Ellipsis Imprints in September 2022. Twitter: @_RachelHandley IG: @_RachelHandley Website: https://rachelhandleywriting.wordpress.com/
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Jessica Joy has stories in several anthologies, including Graduation in 'With Our Eyes Open,' Russian Doll in 'Transforming Being' - Bridge House Publishing, Fracture Clinic in The Rabbit Hole 2 - The Writers Co-op, and Forecourt Flowers in The Tyranny of Bacon - Pure Slush Books. Jessica has two shorts and a collaborative poem published through Christchurch Canterbury University where she achieved her Creative Writing MA. She won the Faber Academy QuickFic competition with Peach and was runner-up with Buoyant. When she's not writing, Jessica enjoys tap dancing and walking her dog, but never at the same time.
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Dawn Judge is a Scottish-born author who has loved the horror genre and has been writing horror stories from a young age. She recently gained an MA in English through the Open University. Her Twitter handle is @pinkflowerdawn for updates on her next writing projects.
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Julia LaFond is a geoscience/astrobiology PhD candidate at Penn State University, where she regularly attended the Creative Writing Club pre-pandemic. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and gaming. Website: https://jklafondwriter.wordpress.com/
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Anna Madden lives in North Texas, where the prairie reaches long tallgrass fingers toward the woods. Her fiction has appeared in Hexagon SF Magazine, PodCastle, Orion's Belt, and elsewhere. She has an English degree from the University of Missouri—Kansas City. In her free time, she gardens, mountain bikes, and makes stained glass. Follow her on Twitter @anna_madden_ or visit her website at annamadden.com.
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Veronica lives in the English countryside with her husband and their pet basilisk, Homer. When she’s not writing or avoiding Homer’s petrifying gaze, she dreams of life as an enchantress with a statue garden created from unsuspecting victims.
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Patrick lives in Boise, Idaho, with his wife, kids, and dogs. When he's not working his day job in technology or writing sci-fi/fantasy stories, you'll probably find him skiing or playing disc golf.
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Marisca Pichette is a creator of monsters and magic. More of her work can be found in Strange Horizons, Fireside Magazine, Fusion Fragment, Apparition Lit, Uncharted Magazine, PseudoPod, and Grimdark Magazine, among others. She lives in Western Massachusetts, collecting fragments.
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Katherine Quevedo was born and raised just outside of Portland, Oregon, where she works as an analyst and lives with her husband and two sons. Her fiction has appeared in Fireside Magazine, Best Indie Speculative Fiction Vol. III and IV, Factor Four Magazine, Triangulation: Habitats, Frost Zone Zine, Wyngraf, and elsewhere. When she isn't writing, she enjoys watching movies, singing, playing old-school video games, belly dancing, and making spreadsheets. Find her at www.katherinequevedo.com.
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Olivia lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with her dog and two cats, who mostly get along. She writes by night but spends her days working retail in a large department store. She may be found after hours standing motionless among the mannequins.
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Izzy Varju is a neuroscientist by training who writes queer short stories. Their work has been shortlisted for the Ruritania Prize and appeared in Luna Station Quarterly, From the Farther Trees, Havok, and Metastellar. When not contemplating the mysterious life of the giant squid they serve as an editor for a literary quarterly and have done panels on queer representation and editing at writing conventions. Find them at izzyvarju.wordpress.com.
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Emilia lives in La Plata, Argentina, with her partner and a tiny dog named Lobo (wolf). When she's not writing or drawing, she's dreaming up new ways to push the boundaries of art.
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Stella Wamae is a native of Nairobi, Kenya, who enjoys writing speculative fiction stories and, on occasion, poetry. Her work has appeared in Omenana Magazine, Paragraph Planet, and Ekonke.
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