Fraser is a professional ex-pat living in Vietnam. His love of travel is matched only by his love of all things weird. The spookier the topic, the happier the writer is something he regularly pretends is a known saying.
Besides the blog, Fraser is also the author of at least one novel, a radio drama, and several short stories. He was the producer and host of a podcast about B-Movies and a documentary series on the paranormal.
Fraser's motto is if you can do something about your situation, do it, if you can't, don't worry about it.
Brent Streeter is an aspiring fiction writer. He likes taking long strolls through the novels he reads and the games he plays. The lure of all things SCI-FI and fantasy is what drives him to write. In the real world, he has had a brief career in digital advertising. He is currently a professional ex-pat living in Vietnam.
Louis Roux is a writer, producer, podcaster, musician, printmaker and perfumist. Clearly, he likes to keep busy. He graduated from Stellenbosch University with a BDrama in 2012, and an MA in English Literature in 2015 (cum laude, as he’ll be sure to remind you). He writes mostly for theatre and television, but also short fiction, fake horoscopes and threatening letters to the editor (none of which have been published). He tries his best to be patient, brave and kind.
Maude Sandham works as a physical theatre maker, director, and actress in Johannesburg, South Africa. Sandham studied directing and physical performance at Rhodes University (2010 - 2013) and devising theatre and performance at The London International School of Performing Arts in Berlin (2016). She has created over 15 original works for the stage, including Eidos (2015), Actress & Girl (2015) Ingrid (2016), Amantombazane! (2016), and the Naledi Award nominated Ntombi (2016). Sandham is passionate about auto-ethnographic storytelling, clowning, mask performance, climate focused work, and big joyous public performances. She has recently returned to work in South Africa after traveling with Les Balladins Circus Project, using circus and clowning to engage with refugees and migrants in France & Belgium. If you don’t find her in the rehearsal room, you might find her in a classroom, hosting a party, cooking vegetarian food, or dancing outrageously in public.
Chris Higginson writes, makes music and art, travels and enjoys sucking the marrow from the bones of life as much as circumstances will allow. He has a variety of projects from albums to short-films, vlogs, short-stories and novels - all in varying states of completeness and respectability. He hopes that one day someone will pay him to finish some of them.