Red Sun Magazine is published by No Sell Out Productions. The magazine publishes fiction, non-fiction, and artwork in the genres of science fiction, horror, fantasy, speculative, and military science fiction. Opinions of the authors do not necessarily reflect the opinions of No Sell Out Productions, Red Sun Magazine, or its staff, who are not liable for opinions expressed herein.
Ben Richards is a U.S. Army veteran and Iraq War veteran. His love for science fiction, fantasy, and horror started in Iraq when he discovered a paper back of Dean Koontz’s “Hideaway” in one of the many care packages that had been shipped from the kind and generous folks at Operation Paperback and Books for Soldiers. He’s been hooked on the genres ever since. Some of his favorite authors include Robert A. Heinlein, Joe Haldeman, Philip K. Dick, J.R.R. Tolkien, Frank Herbert, Lord Dunsany, Robert E. Howard, Ursula K Le Guin, and Ray Bradbury.
Jeremy Billingsley is a published author with a number of short stories under his belt, as well as two novels, Samhain and Eyes Only Book One: A Mind Full of Scorpions. He has an MFA in creative writing and lives and teaches in Northwest Arkansas.
Judith Field lives in London. She is the daughter of writers, and learned how to agonize over fiction submissions at her mother’s (and father’s) knee. In 2009, she made a New Year resolution to start writing fiction and get published within the year. Pretty soon she realized how unrealistic that was but, in fact, it sort of worked: she got a slot to write a weekly column in a local paper shortly before Christmas 2009. It ran for a several years. She still writes occasional feature articles for the paper. Her fiction, mainly speculative, has appeared in a variety of publications, in the USA, UK and Australia. She speaks five languages and can say, “Please publish this story” in all of them. When not writing she works at the day job, studies for a Masters in English, sings and swims–not always at the same time.
J.C. Duke is a U.S. Army, Iraq War veteran. His crime fiction has been published in magazines such as Thuglit, Spinetingler, Plots With Guns, Beat to a Pulp, and Shotgun Honey. He became interested in writing military sci-fi a few years ago after earning an Honorable Mention and Semi-Finalist in L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future.