Authors

Brendan Detzner:Brendan Detzner lives, works, and writes in Chicago. His short stories have appeared in Chizine, Pseudopod, One Buck Horror, the Twilight Tales anthology Book of Dead Things, and other fine publications. You can find his short story collection “Scarce Resources” on Amazon and at local booksellers, and keep track of what he’s up to on Facebook at “Brendan Detzner (author)” and at his web site at www.brendandetzner.com.

Rory Leahy is an actor and writer from Chicago, IL. He is the founder and Artistic Director of the American Demigods theatre company. His short film “Death Of A Cybersalesman” was recently featured at the Naperville Independent Film Festival and his play “He’s Really A Great Guy” is being published as one of The Best Ten Minute Plays of 2013 anthology from Smith and Kraus. His plays have been performed in Chicago, Champaign, IL, Miami, FL, St. Louis MO, and New York, NY.

Maggie WagnerMaggie hails from Minneapolis, MN where clinical studies at 3M proved her to be the most brightly packaged, environmentally friendly, and cost effective playwright & musical bookwriter/lyricist available in her price range. You can find Maggie wherever quality theatrics are sold (Chicago Dramatists, Midwest New Musicals, Commedia Beauregard). Varieties include Shakespearean spoof (MacBlank) and Midwestern funeral etiquette (Eat, Mourners). Keep your eyes on the shelves for Common Cuckoo, a new musical for young audiences.

Alexei Collier: Alexei Collier grew up in sunny southern California, but powerful forces flung him deep into the heart of the Midwest and have conspired to keep him there. He started telling stories as soon as he could talk; more recently, he’s been published in Ideomancer and Tales to Terrify. Alexei is also the curator of “The Dream Quarry,” a newly launched online fiction collection featuring the works of several Bad Grammar Theater authors. 

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