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Serena Crossman
Serena Crossman

I'm 18 years old and have always read and been interested in crime/thriller/mystery stories so I thought I'd give it a go myself. I hope you enjoy.

Kenneth Crowther
Kenneth Crowther

I am 26 and a teacher of English and Film and TV from Toowoomba, QLD. I like to write all sorts of gear. Young adult fantasy. Scary weird violent stuff. Essays. Scripts. Screenplays. My heroes of the literary world are C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton. Makes me think I should have a pen name like K.E. Crowther or something. Would that make me smarter? Probably not.

Paolo Jose Cruz
Paolo Jose Cruz

Paolo Jose Cruz is in an open relationship with pop media criticism. He flirts with haiku, flash fiction, and interactive storytelling, when time allows. His short stories have been published in Philippine Speculative Fiction.

http://sites.google.com/site/paolojcruz
Mikey Cuddihy
Mikey Cuddihy

Mikey Cuddihy was born in New York in 1952, but came to England when she was nine. She later studied Painting at Edinburgh College of Art; The Central School, and Chelsea College of Art, London. In the mid 70s, she shared a studio in Butlers Wharf, South East London, with fellow students from Chelsea College of Art, and (upstairs) the film-maker, Derek Jarman.
As an artist, she has exhibited both nationally and internationally over three decades. Alongside her work as an artist there has always been her writing - short, autobiographical narratives which have accompanied her installations and paintings. This has lead to fictional works in their own right, and 3 stories were included in an anthology of artist's fiction, The Alpine Fantasy of Victor B, published by Serpent's Tail.
More recently, her stories have been published in Garageland (Carla Says); Untitled Books (Bourgeois), and Lost in Leytonstone, published in 2009. Cuddihy’s first novel is currently in development with Hannah Westland at RCW. She lives in East London, and teaches Painting at the University of Brighton.

James Cuggy
James Cuggy

Shortlisted for the 'George Condo: Mental States' short story competition at the Hayward Gallery 2011.

http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/home
Peter James Cummings
Not Entered
Samuel Curd
Samuel Curd

I'm a twenty-something guy from the south of England. I regularly dye my hair wacky colours and have many piercings and tattoos of stars across my body. I like videogames and horror movies and was perfecty content to go about my simple life without a single creative impulse, until... I was made redundant from a dead-end job when the company went into administration, making this the third company I've worked for to go under, so I thought I'd best try something new. I considered working in a laboratory, I applied to work for a few pet stores or local off-licenses when I became quite distraught and depressed when I couldn't find employment. I eventually decided to volunteer at the local charity shop and began fishing about for something creative to do. I've tried my hand at drawing, animation singing and even origami then landed on writing. I took a creative writing course and was encouraged to submit something to White Rabbit and was dumbfounded when they told me they'd like to use my piece in one of their performances! I've only been writing for a matter of months whenever I have a spare moment and am always thrilled to hear when somebody likes my work so I hope you will do so too. I shall endeavour to write my fingers to the bone and read as much as possible to comeup with more and more concepts to thrill you with and keep you entertained in tiny bitesize chunks. And so here I am on ether, and I'm very pleased to meet you!

Rob Currie
Rob Currie

Rob Currie is a fiction writer based in Dundee, Scotland. He was the recipient of a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award in 2012/13.

Ramola D
Ramola D

Ramola has been published by Ether in 2011.

http://www.ramolad.com/
Ian D Smith
Ian D Smith

Ian is a new author, keen to develop his interest in writing and make creative use of his over-active imagination and spare mental energy. There may be the odd real-life experience or two included, ideas inspired by a happy memory. He lives in the South-West of England, which provides the setting for much of his fiction. He is happily married, sharing his life with his wife’s horses, two daft dogs, two manic guinea pigs and a rabbit who seems permanently bemused by the rest of the household. His ambition is to buy a small-holding where his wife would love to keep chickens and ducks, and have her horses at the end of the garden. And he might see her a bit more often, too.

V.k. Dadhich
V.k. Dadhich

I’m a blogger, editor, and freelancer. My works have been published in the national dailies. Writing is my passion and hobby. When I’m not writing, I’m studying management and preparing for civil service examinations. I’m penning a novel, and have realized that writing a novel is a herculean task.

Cynthia Dagnal-Myron
Cynthia Dagnal-Myron

Award-winning former reporter for both the "Chicago Sun Times" and "Arizona Daily Star," published author and "Huffington Post" blogger. Most recent book: "The Keka Collection."

http://open.salon.com/blog/keka
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