Weldon Burge, a native of Delaware, is a full-time editor, freelance writer, and creator of Web content. His fiction has appeared in Suspense Magazine, Futures Mysterious Anthology Magazine, Grim Graffiti, The Edge: Tales of Suspense, Alienskin, Glassfire Magazine, and Out & About (a Delaware magazine). His stories have also been adapted for podcast presentation by Drabblecast, and have appeared in the anthologies Pellucid Lunacy: An Anthology of Psychological Horror, Donít Tread on Me: Tales of Revenge and Retribution, Ghosts and Demons, and Something at the Door: A Haunted Anthology. He has a number of projects under way, including a police procedural novel and an illustrated book for children. He also frequently writes book reviews and interviews for Suspense Magazine.
Starting in 2012, Weldon and his wife, Cindy, foundeded Smart Rhino Publications, an indie publisher focusing primarily on horror and suspense/thriller books. To date, the company has published three anthologies (Zippered Flesh: Tales of Body Enahncements Gone Bad; Uncommon Assassins, and Zippered Flesh 2: More Tales of Body Enhancements Gone Bad!) and a collection of five of Weldons horror/suspense stories, Broken: Stories of Damaged Psyches. Smart Rhino has a number of projects planned in the coming years.
Weldon is also currently a full-time editor for Independent School Management, which provides a wide range of products and services for private schools. Weldon has been the editor of Ideas & Perspectives, the company's flagship publication, since 1993. He created, posted, and maintained ISM's initial Web site starting in 1995; he is still involved in its development and content, and also highly involved in the production of the company's other publications.
Weldon is also known for his gardening articles, as well as his freelance work for a variety of nonfiction and fiction publications. His nonfiction has appeared in Organic Gardening, Horticulture, Fine Gardening, Gardening How-To, Birds & Blooms, Flower & Garden, National Gardening, Delaware Today, Country Discoveries, Grit, Back Home, The Almanac for Farmers & City Folk, and many other national magazines.