About Mythaxis

Established in 2008 by Gil Williamson, Mythaxis has always been focused on the fiction, with as little distraction as possible - no ads, no clutter, just words on the page to transport you somewhere else.

You can follow Mythaxis on Facebook and Twitter, and to receive each new issue’s Table of Contents in your inbox, you can sign up at editor Andrew Leon Hudson’s very infrequent and utterly non-spammy mailing list.

Mythaxis is forever free-to-read, but if you would like to support the magazine you could always buy us a coffee.


Andrew Leon Hudson - Editor

Andrew is a technical writer by day, and is technically a writer by night as well. In addition to editing Mythaxis he has been published in a small handful of quality zines, and co-authored a serialised alternate history adventure novel. He lives in Barcelona, Spain, and doesn’t do things online often enough to count.

Marty Steer - Digital Huperson

Marty is a human-like person who emerged from a Digital Humanities Research Hub at the School of Advanced Study. He likes messing about with humanities data, minimal computing and I also enjoy liminal ideas.

Micah Hyatt - the Voice of Mythaxis

Micah is a veteran soldier, freight train conductor, and graduate of the Seton Hill Writing Popular Fiction MFA program. His fiction has been published all across the web, and his light-hearted zombie survival novella, Eating the Exhibits, is available through Amazon. He narrates and produces the audio-format of the Mythaxis stories.

The Story Oracle - Fictional Genius

Blessed with guru-like serenity, the Story Oracle graciously bestows their wisdom on such editors as who climb to the peak of Slush Mountain and ask, “Is this thing as good as I think it is?” Occasionally, the answer is comprehensible.