Who We Are

M. Ashley

 

Resigned herself to writing. She has won awards and stuff, been published and all that jazz too. She once won $350 for writing a smartassed essay on why the wise use of water is an important part of our daily lives. You could say she had a small but clean reputation as a pretty good writer, which she apparently decided to chuck the day the first Contextomy sashayed awkwardly from her fingertips.

She currently lives in Southern California’s glorious Inland Empire, (if you lived there, that would be a joke), where she takes care of two spoiled dogs and thinks about writing a lot more than she actually writes.

The Amazing Vertigo

 

Is M. Ashley’s arch-nemesis. She is also a crazy good artist who once “accidentally” painted over a penis that was where a butterfly body was supposed to be. She takes her arch-nemesis-ing seriously. She toots her horn like nobody’s business. She has a degree in graphic design and is pursuing a MBA with the goal of one day spraying her nefariousness everywhere through art and design you can’t possibly live without.

She currently lives in Southern California’s glorious Inland Empire, (if you lived there, that would be a joke), where she raises two talented boys to follow in her evil footsteps and taunts her friends with how good her husband’s cooking is.