Authors

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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
Un-Su Kim made his debut as a writer in 2002 through the Jinju News Fall Literary Contest with short stories, Easy Breezy Writing Class and Dan Valjean Street and the 2003 DongA Ilbo Spring Literary Contest with his mid-length novel Farewell, Friday. His first full-length novel The Cabinet received the 12th Munhakdongne Novel Award.

Un-Su Kim

Published December 02, 2020
Calder Szewczak is writing duo Natasha C. Calder and Emma Szewczak, who met while studying at Cambridge. Natasha is a graduate of Clarion West 2018 and her work has previously appeared in The Stinging Fly, Lackington’s and Curiosities, amongst others. Emma researches contemporary representations of the Holocaust and has published work with T&T Clark and the Paulist Press. Find them […]

Calder Szewczak

Published December 02, 2020
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Stephen Aryan is the author of The Coward and The Warrior (the Quest for Heroes Duology), as well as the Age of Darkness and Age of Dread trilogies. His first novel, Battlemage, was a finalist for the David Gemmell Morningstar Award for best debut fantasy novel. It also won the inaugural Hellfest Inferno Award in France. […]

Stephen Aryan

Published September 18, 2020
Caroline Hardaker is a poet and novelist from the northeast of England. She has published two collections of poetry, and her work has appeared worldwide in print and on BBC radio.  She is Writer in Residence for Newcastle Puppetry Festival and is currently collaborating with the Royal Northern College of Music to produce a cycle […]

Caroline Hardaker

Published August 14, 2020
Gabriela was born and raised in Poland, brought up on a diet of mythologies and fairy tales. She spent her summers exploring the woods, foraging and animal tracking with her family. At 19, Gabriela moved to London to study English Literature and obtained a Masters degree in Literatures of Modernity. She has worked as an […]

Gabriela Houston

Published August 14, 2020
Stephen Deas, born in 1968 in Southeast England, is an English fantasy author. He is most famous for his fantasy opus, the Memory of Flames sequence, set in a fantasy world inhabited by dragons.

Stephen Deas

Published August 14, 2020
Tim is an award-winning scifi writer from England, who now calls Florida home. Glow is his first published novel, but others exist stored as tiny magnetic bubbles or locked in charge reservoirs by arrays of transistors. He loves to hike, play guitar and draw terrible pictures. He also writes software and is particularly fascinated by artificial […]

Tim Jordan

Published February 06, 2020
Rik Hoskin is an award winning writer of novels, comic books, animation, video games and audio plays. He won the Dragon Award for Best Graphic Novel for “White Sand” in collaboration with Brandon Sanderson, and has also written comic books for Star Wars, Superman, Doctor Who and many others. He has written almost 30 books, […]

Rik Hoskin

Published December 17, 2019
Dan is a writer, editor, and vastly overqualified archaeologist who has lived everywhere from London to Hertfordshire to Manchester to Sydney, which explains the panic in his eyes anytime someone asks “where are you from?”. Thankfully he is now settled in the rolling green hills of the Peak District with his human family and fluffy […]

Dan Hanks

Published December 16, 2019
Ginger Smith has worked as a record store employee, freelance writer, bookstore assistant manager and high school teacher of English. In the past, she has played in many tabletop RPG groups and even run several of her own. She collects vintage toys, sci-fi novels and comic books, as well as mid-century furniture. She currently lives […]

Ginger Smith

Published December 16, 2019
Author Chris Panatier
Chris Panatier is the author of Stringers and The Phlebotomist. He lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife, daughter, and a fluctuating herd of animals resembling dogs (one is almost certainly a goat). He writes short stories and novels, “plays” the drums, and draws album covers for metal bands. Find Chris Panatier online: Twitter @chrisjpanatier. […]

Chris Panatier

Published December 16, 2019
Christophe Lambert is a well-known name in the world of children’s literature and is an established author of sixty novels in various adult genres.

Christophe Lambert

Published July 18, 2019
Asaf ashery is an Author, editor, academic and screenwriter. He is also a functioning workaholic, an organic vegetable grower and a dog Lover. He lives in a cooperative village in the Jerusalem Mountains with his lovely wife, Yael and two rescue dogs – Mazzy & Bill.

Asaf Ashery

Published July 18, 2019
John is an engineer and writer living in New Hampshire with his partner and two ridiculously fluffy cats. His previous work, The Liar, was shortlisted for a Nebula Award for Best Novella in 2016. He was a SFWA Director-at-Large until 2018 and is now the Short Fiction Committee Chair. He has a PhD in Engineering […]

John P. Murphy

Published July 15, 2019
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R.W.W. Greene is a New Hampshire USA writer with an MA in Fine Arts, which he exorcises in dive bars and coffee shops. He is a frequent panelist at the Boskone Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention in Boston, and his work has been in Stupefying Stories, Daily Science Fiction, New Myths, and Jersey Devil Press, […]

R.W.W. Greene

Published January 16, 2019