Doug Langille

Doug Langille is a husband, father, writer and shameless technophile living the good life in Nova Scotia. He’s also a grandfather, bird keeper, dog owner and cat butler.

By day, Doug fights the good fight working in I.T. at the Nova Scotia Community College. When asked to describe his work, he says: “I think stuff up and write it down.” He does other stuff too.

Doug draws inspiration from his favourite authors, including: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Jack Whyte, Philip K. Dick and Robert W. Service.

He doesn’t usually talk about himself in the third-person, but when he does he tends to bend the truth.

Works Published By Dark Futures
Artemis’ Nightrise, July 2013, reprinted October 2013
Nightfall In The Glade, August 2014

Shaun Adams

Shaun Adams is a scribbler of words. He writes stories, the kind in which dust bunnies gather beneath your bed until eventually they grow into something that has eyes and teeth.

Writing is his hobby and as long as it continues to amuse him, he will continue.

He loves reading fantasy, horror, science fiction and westerns. All of which influence his own writing.

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Works Published By Dark Futures
Dry Lightning & Providence, July 2013, Reprinted May 2014

Edward Ahern

Ed Ahern resumed writing after forty odd years in foreign intelligence and international sales. He has his original wife, but advises that after 45 years they are both out of warranty. Ed dissipates his free time fly fishing, shooting and attending German, French and Japanese language groups. He has had forty-one stories accepted thus far.

Works Published By Dark Futures
Notes on the Pestilence, July 2013
Cornucopia, December 2013

Chris Daruns

When not writing, Chris Daruns works as an EMT in Colorado. His stories have appeared in Deimos eZine, SNM Horror, and Surreal Grotesque, as well as several anthologies. He is also fully convinced that the end times are upon us and that, if we’re lucky, it will be quick.

Works Published On Dark Futures
This Bitter Earth, July 2013