Over the years, many authors and artists have contributed to the Chiaroscuro. This is a listing of the more recent contributors.
Michael Aronovitz’s first collection Seven Deadly Pleasures was published by Hippocampus Press in 2009, and his debut novel Alice Walks is coming out through Centipede Press in June of this year. Aronovitz has his short story, “The Girl Between the Slats” appearing in S.T. Joshi’s Searchers After Horror Anthology later in 2013, and his short ghost story, “How Bria Died” was featured in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, 2011. Aronovitz has published short fiction in Weird Tales, The Weird Fiction Review, Polluto, Kaleidotrope, Nameless (coming soon), Black Petals, The University of Tampa Press, Philly Fiction, Demon Minds, Metal Scratches, Death Head Grin, Schlock Webzine, Lost Souls, The Turks Head Review, Fiction on the Web, and many others. Michael Aronovitz is a Professor of English and lives with his wife Kim and their son Max in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.
Charlotte Ashley collects the works of Alexandre Dumas and owns 19 editions of The Three Musketeers, one of which is a purse. Her family tolerates her book obsessions because they pay the bills: she is a writer, editor and independent bookseller from Toronto, Canada. She can be found in her editorial capacity at Lakeside Circus and PSG Publishing, and her short fiction can be found in the anthologies Library of Dreams, Lucky or Unlucky?, and Fierce Family. She keeps a blog at http://charlotteashley.wordpress.com.