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Ever Dundas, author of critically acclaimed sci-fi thriller HellSans, lives in Edinburgh. She gained a Creative Writing Masters with Distinction from Edinburgh Napier University in 2011, and she has a First Class Degree in Psychology and Sociology from Queen Margaret University. Her debut novel Goblin won the Saltire First Book of the Year Award 2017. […]

Ever Dundas

Published March 08, 2022
Dan Koboldt is a geneticist. His popular blog series “Science in Sci Fi, Fact in Fantasy”, has led to two writing how-to guides from Writer’s Digest books: Putting the Science in Fiction  and Putting the Fact in Fantasy. He is also the author of the Gateways to Alissia trilogy , and creator of the sci-fi […]

Dan Koboldt

Published February 11, 2022
Juliet E. McKenna is the author of 15 epic fantasy novels set in the world of Einarinn,  as well as several novellas and countless short stories ranging from SF to steampunk and alternate history. Her contemporary fantasy Green Man novels, published by indie Wizard’s Tower Press, have sold over 28,000 copies since 2018. She has been a […]

Juliet E. McKenna

Published February 11, 2022
Mary Baader Kaley is a realtor in the south suburbs of Chicago with a master’s degree in Psychology. Her youngest son is autistic, and struggled with multiple health issues when he was younger, which prompted Mary to write books and give voices to characters with disabilities and other health issues. On any given day, you’ll […]

Mary Baader Kaley

Published January 21, 2022
Al Hess is the author of the self-published post-apocalyptic Travelers series and the 1930s flavoured dystopian series, Hep Cats of Boise.  When not hunched before a computer screen, Al can be found at his art desk. He does portraits in both pencil and oil paint, and loves drawing fellow authors’ characters nearly as much as his […]

Al Hess

Published January 18, 2022
Gemma Amor is a Bram Stoker Award nominated author, illustrator and voice actor. Her happy place is horror, speculative and dark fiction, or anything that blurs the boundaries of genre with a focus on human stories. Many of her works have been adapted into audio dramas by the popular NoSleep Podcast. She is also the co-creator, […]

Gemma Amor

Published November 18, 2021
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Stacey McEwan is the author of Ledge, the heart-stopping beginning to the Glacian Trilogy. Stacey is a school teacher by day and fantasy writer by night. She is a book influencer on multiple platforms and began writing Ledge after book lovers of the internet begged her to share her story ideas. Stacey lives on the Gold Coast, […]

Stacey McEwan

Published November 18, 2021
Before making the big leap into the world of sci-fi & fantasy, Denise held a string of journalism jobs. In addition to being a staff writer for The Detroit News and The Kansas City Star, she was  editor-in-chief of the NAACP’s national magazine, The Crisis. Later, she became founding editor of a Michigan-based lifestyle publication […]

Denise Crittendon

Published November 11, 2021
W P Wiles was born in India in 1978. He is the author of three novels: the Betty Trask Award-winning Care of Wooden Floors (2012), The Way Inn (2014), and Plume (2019). When not writing novels, he writes about architecture, and he is a regular columnist for RIBA Journal. He lives in east London. Newsletter | […]

W P Wiles

Published July 12, 2021
Author Karen Heuler, a middle-aged woman with purple hair, wearing a gray shirt
Karen Heuler is the author of The Splendid City. Her stories have appeared in over 100 literary and speculative magazines and anthologies, from Conjunctions to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction to Weird Tales, as well as a number of Best Of anthologies. She has received an O. Henry award, been a finalist for […]

Karen Heuler

Published July 08, 2021
Ciel Pierlot is a disaster bisexual from the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s also a giant nerd and no, you cannot stop her from bragging about her lightsaber collection. When she’s not writing SFF novels, she’s busy being a digital artist and a hardcore gaymer.

Ciel Pierlot

Published May 10, 2021
Khan Wong has published poetry, played cello in an earnest folk-rock duo, and been an internationally known hula hoop teacher and performer. He’s toured with a circus and produced circus arts shows in San Francisco, where he also worked as a grantmaker with a public sector arts funding agency.

Khan Wong

Published May 10, 2021
Alex Thomson is the author of Death of a Clone, published in 2018. He lives in Letchworth Garden City – home of the UK’s first roundabout – and his day job is a French and Spanish teacher in Luton

Alex Thomson

Published March 02, 2021
Sarah J. Daley is a former chef who lives and writes in the Chicago Metropolitan area with her husband and teenaged son. She earned a degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Though she still enjoys the heat and chaos of a professional kitchen, she is now writing full-time. She enjoys […]

Sarah J. Daley

Published January 08, 2021
Ron Walters is a former journalist, college registrar, and stay-at-home dad who writes science fiction and fantasy for all ages. A native of Savannah, GA, he currently lives in Germany with his wife, two daughters, and two rescue dogs. When he’s not writing he works as a substitute high school teacher, plays video games, and […]

Ron Walters

Published December 02, 2020
Patricia A. Jackson is a high-school Language Arts teacher in Pennsylvania. She has published a number of short stories for the WestEnd Games quarterly the Star Wars Adventure Journal. Her hobbies include gaming, grading endless flash fiction from her students, running a D&D club at her school, and competing in equestrian hunter/jumper competitions.

Patricia Jackson

Published December 02, 2020