Photos from the set of Crawlspace:
Born in France, Nadine Bozon-Vialle studied art at the BEAUX ARTS ACADEMY in Lyon. She developed an interest in black and white photography.
photography contract in New York brought her to the states in the eighties.
Ultimately, she has established herself in the artistic communicty of
Topanga Canyon just south of Malibu in Southern California where she co-owns
a design company.
Kimberly Brown has always loved reading and writing--mostly mystery and horror stories. Growing up, Rod Serling was her hero, and she read just about every short story he ever wrote. She writes traditional and cozy-type mysteries, as well as the occasional horror or literary story. She's even been known to write a poem! Kimberly's first published story was a flash fiction piece in Murderous Intent Mystery Magazine. Since then, she's had numerous short mysteries on the MysteryNet site, a mystery in the Barnes and Noble anthology, Crafty Cat Crimes: 100 Tiny Cat Tales, and a vampire story in Dreams of Decadence Vampire Fiction and Poetry. She will have a story titled THE CHAIN LETTER in an upcoming edition of Futures Magazine. She currently writes the markets column for the Georgia Writer's Newsletter and archives the markets at http://www.dreamwater.net/krbrown.
Phil Mann is the author of textbooks in mathematics and computer programming. He has two film script sales to his credit and has written a variety of short pieces that have been published in magazines and in book form. His mystery story "Touch of a Vanish'd Hand" is included in the anthology A DEADLY DOZEN, which was produced by the Los Angeles chapter of Sisters in Crime. He has been editing both fiction and nonfiction for the past decade and has also found work as a ghost writer.
In his spare time, he is a lawyer, though he hopes this fact will not be held against him.
Ron Brown began writing seriously again a couple of years ago after a long time away. He has placed a small number of stories, including his first story publication in FUTURES.
He has an as of yet unpublished suspense novel and is working on another as well as a young adult series in collaboration with another writer. They are certain that the love of mystery that existed for the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew still exists with the younger market today.
His short stories have been published in RED HERRING Mystery Magazine and FUTURES Magazine. He's a member and past vice president of the Orange County California Chapter of Sisters in Crime. He has written a couple of as yet unpublished novels, and is currently working on a novel featuring a cruise ship investigator.
Byron McAllister has always been intrigued by whatever appeared to be "fundamental." This led him,successively, into chemistry, physics, mathematics, philosophy, and now mystery writing.
These days he usually teams up with his spouse to write, though the columns in MYSTERICAL-E are his own. He's published some technical and historical papers, a couple of dozen poems, and half a dozen mystery short stories, and has written lots more, including some unpublished novels. He feels that all that qualifies him to have strong, if variable, opinions on everything.
Benjamin Jones, born in Toronto, Ontario, has lived in Rhode Island for most of his life and graduated from Rhode Island College, class of '94.
He has sorted mail for the state, cashiered in a discount bookstore, and entered date for a social service agency. He angrily denies rumors of having "a beautiful soul."
Jodie L. Ball
Growing up in a show biz family left a lasting impression. A huge movie and science fiction fan, Janell collects and creates movie replica costumes and props. She writes and appears in onstage costuming competition skits several times a year and has won numerous awards for her work.
Janell currently resides in Southern California with actor/prop maker Mike Logan Schiffbauer and is the mother of six children.
Patricia "Pat" Harrington