WHO: Louis Villalba was born in Spain but came to the US in 1970. He's a retired neurologist and long term writer. He has two books published, a collection of short stories called the Silver Tea Cup and a novel called The Stranger's Enigma.
WHAT: Louis will read a very short story called Friday the 13th also known at "The Wrath of Heaven or Hell."
WHO - Brian Bohmueller is a snowbird from the Philadelphia area. He writes ethics centered op-eds, speculative fiction, and poetry, much of which can be found on his blog, www.GoodnessFirst.com. One of his short stories will be published in the newest installment of the False Key Series.
WHAT - Brian will be reading a short story from his States of Change speculative fiction series. The series takes place in 2076, decades after the US has defederalized. Each story in the series takes place in a different state, highlighting the paths future generations may take, for good and bad.
Becky Talbot is a graduate of Roosevelt University’s MFA program, and her work has appeared in Necessary Fiction, Contrary, and Limestone, among others. She recently moved to Florida from Chicago. Becky just returned from three weeks in England, and she was hoping to come back with a good story. Preferably one that wasn’t life-threatening or humiliating. But she’s okay settling for non-life-threatening. This true story is called "Riffraff."
Serena Schreiber started life in Brooklyn, New York, but has lived in Miami, London and Germany. She writes middle grade fiction, short stories about the mythical island of FALSE KEY, FLORIDA, and all-too-real climate change affecting Florida.
Kathy Thomas writes words and music, swims, hikes, reads, rides, jams bluegrass, and believes in the individual voice. She lives and works in Stuart, Florida.