Ω Editor Kara Hawkers

Kara Hawkers

Kara Hawkers is a poet and author of short, dark fiction.

As Editor-in-Chief, Kara devotes most of her time to operating The Ravens Quoth Press, along with her partner.

If left unsupervised, you’ll find her dabbling in other arts.

Just three ravens in a trench coat.

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A Rare Bit by Steven Holding
Autumn’s Rest by Shawna Rowan
Charon’s Obol by Matthew Owen Jones
Colossus by Samir Sirk Morató
Come Back Yesterday by Emma Burnett
Death Consumes All Time by Chloe Herczeg
Desiccant by Robert Beveridge
Echoside by Shawna Rowan
Heroes Are Hard to Find – Part Three by Zack Zagranis
Impostor Syndrome by Robert Beveridge
In Amelia’s Wake – Part Two by J. Agombar
It Always Came Down to Food by Jodi Jensen
Last Stop, Serial Killer by John Grey
Old Gods of the Ozarks by Don Money
Pearblossom Highway by Terry Sanville
Reel of Bad Loops by Eugene Stevenson
Reluctantly Kindred by Pauline Yates
Sloe Gin by John R.C. Potter
The Key by John Grey
The Loneliest Guy by Rick Ansell Pearson
The Sorrow for Her Loss by Mary Ann McGuigan
The Spring Hare – Part Two by M. Leigh
You’re All Two-Faced by Stephen Herczeg

Ω Editor Dean Shawker

Dean Shawker

Dean Shawker hails from Bracknell, UK, and now lives in Melbourne, Australia.

Dean is co-founder and editor of Black Hare Press.

Having found that his BSc in Bioengineering and BA in Digital Media were as useful in real life as calculus and geometric proofs, Dean now works in commercial non-fiction during the day and moonlights as a minion of the hell hare, Captain Woundwort, in the dark hours.

He writes speculative fiction and dark poetry under the pseudonym Avery Hunter, and edits under the name D. Kershaw.

You’ll usually find him hanging out with the rest of the BHP family in the BHP Facebook group, or here as a servant to the Stygian Lepus.