Meet the Writers

Mack Veltman

Mack Veltman (He/Him) is a gay pop culture and entertainment writer. His interests encompass how television, movies and books play a huge role in our society and how they  reflect the current social trends and values.

Mack is  currently a feature writer for, a contributing writer for the Geeky Waffle, a contributing writer for Horror Obsessive, and a contributing writer for 1428 Elm. Mack is a huge Star Wars, Star Trek, James Bond, Futurama and Skyrim fan. 

Contributing Writers

Dumo Pokima

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(He/him) A New Jersey Native who likes to read, write, and watch films and television.. and occasionally go for long walks and ” exercise” (Is that what what it’s called?) I feel grateful to be inspired the many realms of geekdom and not only be entertained but to discover many emotional truths behind tv and film’s greatest stories. I also try to visit Camp Half Blood… Narnia, Wakanda and SHIELD academy every now and then. All in all happy to keep the geek flame lit always #wakandastrong

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Priscilla Rose (She/They) is a Fantasy Romance author of Shadow of Eternal Flames as well as an English student in Central Florida. She’s also a mom to a 10+ year old calico kitty. Pris loves to write about literature, films, music, anime, and more! 

Tiktok & Instagram: @priscillaroseauthor
Twitter: @authorpris

Alan Holmes


Alan Holmes (he/him) loves writing everything from articles to scripts, screenplays, to songs. He wrote, directed, and produced a live show of his play, Sorrow, which was awarded a runner-up position in the Stage-Struck One-Act Theatre Festival in Edmonton, AB. More recently, he wrote/recorded/produced an entire album called The Progenitor LP under the stage name Ckimera. You can listen to it on all major music platforms, including:


Guest Writers

Brontë Miller


Poetry writer and anime enthusiast. (She/Her)

Eric Schucht


Eric Schucht (He/Him) grew up in Tualatin, Oregon and earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism at the University of Oregon. His work has appeared in the Columbus Telegram, Jewish Exponent and Washington Jewish Week.



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