President - Shannon Iwanski

Shannon Iwanski is a member of Oklahoma Writers' Federation, Inc., and Editor-in-Chief of Inkubus Publishing, LLC. To learn more about him and his plans to turn the world into a dystopian society, check out

Vice President - Adrean Messmer

Adrean Messmer loves horror stories. Terror, bloodshed, awful things happening to good people, and monsters are her favorite things. She is the Editor-in-Chief of A Murder of Storytellers, and a member of Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc.

If you want to know more, you can find her over at, where she talks about whatever nonsense strikes her fancy and judges other people's writing.

Secretary - CJ Miles IV

CJ Miles IV is a member of Nevermore Edits and the Oklahoma Writer's Federation, Inc. He lives in Tulsa, OK, spreading the unspeakable word of the Old Ones. He does not write or blog nearly enough, but, much like spotting a blurry sasquatch, you can occasionally find him on his website or Twitter.

Treasurer - Jack Burgos

Jack has been writing since the fourth grade. He is a founding member of Nevermore Edits and the webmaster for the Oklahoma Writers' Federation. He has a website, Facebook page, and Twitter account. His work has been published in The Book of Blasphemous Words, Dark and Dangerous Things III, Now Playing in Theater B, and other anthologies.

Historian - Samantha Free

Samantha Free is a librarian and a writer. She fell in love with writing for the first time when she won a poetry contest in the 8th grade, and she has been writing ever since. A lover of Happily Ever Afters, she is currently working on her first adult romance novel about realizing that maybe Mr. Wrong is the right one for you. Aside from Nevermore Edits, Samantha is also a member of the Oklahoma Writers' Federation. For more about Samantha, you can find her on Twitter @SamanthaFree87 or visit

Publicity Director - Jessica D. Coplen

Jessica Coplen is a figment of Nevermore Edits’ imagination. Or maybe Nevermore is a figment of her imagination? Eventually the illusion will shatter and we will all know the truth. JayCee, as she is better known, graduated from Northern State University, Tahlequah, OK, with a B.A in History, minoring in English. She is currently working on publishing her first original fiction novel, Copper and Gold: A Periodic Tale of Minni the Witch. She is also the founder of IPHI Distribution, a division of The IPHI Company, which helps independent authors and indie publishing companies place and sell their novels at book stores and shops across Oklahoma.