Stories of love in the past, present and future...
The Man of My Dreams by Harry Robertson
Proof of Evil by Ed Ahern
A Hatred of Wednesdays by Victoria-Melita Zammit
Ubytok — umu pribytok by Erin Horáková
The Poet's Daughter by Cheryl Morgan
Duet for Piano, Four Hands by Sarah Ash
Stronger Than Death by Kathleen Jowitt
More than Starlight, More than Rain by Sean R. Robinson
O, Canada by Garrick Jones
Firebrand by MJ Logue
"I liked how the historic stories were strongly rooted in their eras, with the relationships and their problems emerging from the realities of the times."
Harry Roberts is naive romantic who blames Disney and old Hollywood films for his high expectations and current single status.
Ed Ahern resumed writing after forty odd years in foreign intelligence and international sales. He’s had over two hundred stories and poems published so far, and three books. Ed works at Bewildering Stories, where he manages a posse of five review editors.
Victoria-Melita Zammit was taught how to write by her father and she hasn't stopped since.
Erin Horáková is a southern American writer and academic who lives in London. She's currently finishing up her thesis on the history of charm as artefact, literary effect and affect.
Cheryl Morgan is an award-winning critic, editor and publisher.
Sarah Ash is a fantasy novelist whose love of music often finds its way into her fiction.
Kathleen Jowitt is a writer and trade union officer from Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Sean R. Robinson is a teacher of language and literature in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, USA.
Garrick Jones was a professional opera singer for thirty years, after which he lectured at the Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music. His first novel, The Seventh of December, is published by Manifold Press in January 2019.
MJ Logue is the author of the Hollie Babbit stories about a disreputable troop of Parliamentarian cavalry, which begins with Red Horse.