Staff

Karl Rademacher is currently a computer forensic examiner by day, and avid writer by night. He is the former chief editor of a midwestern university newspaper and staff writer for the Independent Music Network.

Susan Babcock has a PhD in Engineering and learned her editing skills on dry technical tomes. She is delighted to now write and edit fantastic stories about knights and beasts that live only in our imaginations.

Kellee Kranendonk is a Canadian writer. She’s a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature. Currently she’s the moderator of an online critique group called The Writers’ Pen.

John C. Mannone, is the poetry editor of Silver Blade and serves on the Board of Directors for Silver Pen, Inc. He has been nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize in Poetry and once for the Rhysling Poetry Award. He has 300 publications of poetry and short fiction in literary and speculative fiction journals such as The Baltimore Review, Ayris, Pirene’s Fountain, Prairie Wolf Press Review, Tipton Poetry Journal, Pedestal, Rose Red Review, Glass, Rose & Thorn Journal, Lucid Rhythms, Prime Mincer, Paper Crow, Mobius, Abyss & Apex, Apollo’s Lyre, Star*Line, Aethlon, The Linnet’s Wings, Enchanted Conversation, Liquid Imagination, and Wordgathering. Visit The Art of Poetry: http://jcmannone.wordpress.com. When not writing, he teaches physics in east Tennessee colleges and serves as a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador.

Lyn Gerry: Lyn Gerry is the short story fiction editor of Silver Blade and is in the final stages of a slipstream novel that draws on her interests in medieval history, archery, horses and the environment. Upon graduation from the University of California with a BA in Creative Studies, she embarked on her first profession, putting the light in Jedi sabers and similar filmic pursuits. After a stint as a private investigator that she hoped would provide material for fiction, Lyn turned instead to fact: radio journalism including hosting, producing, writing, and editing a syndicated weekly program on current issues. In the mid-90’s, she saw the potential of the internet to sidestep the gatekeepers of communication, and was involved in pioneering a free, web-based distribution system for independent radio and podcasts. She’s always starting something or other, with an eye to afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted.
 

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