Caitlin Marceau – CEO
Caitlin Marceau is an author and professional editor living and working in Montreal. She holds a B.A. in Creative Writing, is a member of both the Horror Writers Association and the Quebec Writers’ Federation, and spends most of her time writing horror and experimental fiction.
She’s been published for journalism, poetry, as well as creative non-fiction, and has spoken about horror literature at several Canadian conventions. Her workshop “Bikinis, Brains, and Boogeymen: How To Write Realistic Women In Horror,” was acclaimed by Yell Magazine, and her first co-authored collection, Read-Only: A Collection of Digital Horror, was released in June of 2017.
If she’s not covered in ink or wading through stacks of paper, you can find her ranting about issues in pop culture or nerding out over a good book.
Ian Sputnik – CFO
Ian Sputnik is a lover of all things horror, much to the amusement of his mother, who happily recalls memories of him as a child hiding behind the sofa while watching Dr Who. An editor and author, Ian works in London and lives in Kent.
His first published work was in Sanitarium, which is where his passion for writing—and the publication—blossomed. Appearing in several issues of the magazine, dedicated readers may already be familiar with his work having seen him within those hallowed pages. He has also been published internationally in Devolution Z, Living Paranormal Magazine and Morpheus Tales, and his works have been narrated by Nocturnal Transmissions and Chilling Tales for Dark Nights, which are available on YouTube.
Ian was the previous Editor of Fiction for Living Paranormal Magazine before stepping down and returning home to Sanitarium Magazine as partner and CFO.
Thomas Conlan – Submissions Manager
Thomas Conlan is a poet, reviewer, and a fan of all things pop culture. His literary works frequently deal with the darker side of human nature and the often difficult emotions people from all walks of life grapple with.
A trained social service technician, Thomas is an advocate for mental health and increasing access to resources to promote mental wellness. He’s a firm believer in encouraging community spirit, creativity as a means of self-expression, and building artists up.
For more of his work, be sure to check out his online portfolio.