Kelley McKinnon, having a short attention span and absolutely no ambition, has had a varied career. She started off in musical theater, including national tours (one with Meatloaf). Luckily she then found John Basil at the American Globe Theater, and acted and directed in both main stage and educational shows. After focusing on directing for eight years, she wandered into an audition for the American Shakespeare Center. And it was fun. So fun that she stayed for four years. After returning to NYC, she taught a class at NYU and fell in love with teaching...and realized she needed letters after her name. So she is back. Kelley McKinnon is an actor/director based out of New York City. In her career she has been lucky enough to work on a large range of styles from Shakespeaare (American Globe Theater and the American Shakespeare Center), caberet (Rosemary and Time, a bistro award winner), regional theater musicals and film. Outrageous Fortune, with Kathleen McClure, is her first published novel.
L. Gene Brown
L. Gene Brown was born, raised, and educated in Kansas City, Missouri, where he spent the first 19 years of his life. He left home after graduation from Manual Vocational High School in 1968 to join the U.S. Army. He served 3 years - two tours of which were served in Vietnam. Following a nine month break after his army discharge, he re-enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, where he served an additional fifteen years before his honorable discharge in the mid-80's. Throughout his life, Brown has always been an entrenched fan of all things related to science fiction, fantasy and horror and a natural-born writer of same. Although he has no official letters after his name, Brown has been practicing his craft for a lifetime, boosting his skills with a number of creative writing courses over the years. The Gemini Hustle, with Kathleen McClure, is his first published novel.