President – Mac Boyle

Mac Boyle writes mainly because he can't carry a tune. In addition to operating Party Now, Apocalypse Later Industries, he is the author of Right - A Novel of Politics; A Loss For Normalcy; The Devil Lives in Beverly Hills; Orson Welles of Mars; and Have Time, Will Travel. He is also the producer of a full-cast audio drama, The Fourth Wall. The second season of the series is currently in development. His upcoming novel, The Once and Future Orson Welles, will be available in 2018. In his spare time, Boyle works for an un-named federal agency that is one-hundred percent NOT a cover for the CIA. If the universe hadn’t seen fit to create pinball, he might have been a truly great man. He lives in Oklahoma with his wife, Lora, and a surly, fluffy thing named Abbey Bartlet.

Vice President – Jack Burgos

Jack Burgos is a 34-year-old author of transgressive, speculative fiction living in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was born in Miami, Florida, the son of Colombian and Cuban immigrants. He graduated cum laude from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 2007, with a B.A. in English, a B.A. in Philosophy, a Political Science minor, and a concentration in Creative Writing. He graduated with an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Tulsa in 2013.

Jack co-founded the writing critique group Nevermore Edits in 2012, through which he continues to improve his craft. His work has been published in Happy Days, Sweetheart, Beyond the Nightlight, Now Playing in Theater B, Dark and Dangerous Things III, The Book of Blasphemous Words, and Terror in 16-Bits. He edited Broken Worlds and The Misbehaving Dead published by A Murder of Storytellers. His debut series Stormborn debuted on May 1, 2017, with its first book, 13 Hearts to Start a Storm.

Secretary – 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.

Treasurer – CJ Miles IV

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