Meet the Owner:
I am Lucy, the owner of Lucy’s Works: A Little Writing Workshop of Horrors.
I am a published poet and I have been writing consistently since 2015, often indulging into horror, sci-fi, and psychological thriller type genres. I prefer to read horror and my writing relies on the branches of the horror genre combining different sub-genres. For my poetry or prose, I do at times use horror-like themes within my imagery, but often I write about the dissociation of the world. I, at times, write under the pseudonym Ellie Onka and occasionally post on All Poetry.
The Little Writing Workshop of Horrors side of the blog (much like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) shows a different facet of the website presenting creative offerings through submissions, editorial pieces, contributions, and collaborative events.
My content mainly focuses on poetry, often grim and verbose, but you can find me in short story projects as well such as in collaborative events or offerings.
I love reading and writing (of course), but I also play the guitar; I’ve been playing for over three years. I’ve dabbled into a small bit of piano, and very little music theory in the past. Music for me now consists of my guitar or an electronic synthesizer.
I have publications appear in Spillwords Press, Oxford is My Home Webzine, Visual Verse, and forthcoming in VariantLit Magazine, an anthology entitled Plague Invasion, Free Verse Revolution, and the Scarlet Leaf Review.
Meet the Editors:
Mark Borne is an author who has no clue what he’s doing. He just knows he happens to not write about anything he’s familiar with, and writes about everything he does not know.
Lucy’s comment: Mark Borne is the author and owner of The Nexus of Writers and its relaunched version on WordPress. He often writes under the pseudonyms, The Mirror Ant, Mark Swift, and Nexus Fox. He is most recognized for his onion poem along with other works which can delve into the food genre in poetry.
At the Little Writing Workshop of Horrors, Mark Borne is an editor, author, and contributor.
H, though his pen-name and not his real one, often gives me feedback in the form of a subtle meow and if I’m lucky, a hiss. When he’s not happily isolated in his hiding hole, he’ll hang out with me and socially isolate himself from the other cats.
At the Little Writing Workshop of Horrors, H is one of the staff members that provides extensive feedback, positive or negative, on different contributions to see if our posts are well received enough to be posted. H is very private and so far has not published anything at this time.