Gwynne Garfinkle lives in Los Angeles. Her collection of short fiction and poetry, People Change, was published in 2018 by Aqueduct Press. Her work has appeared in such publications as Strange Horizons, Uncanny, Apex, Not One of Us, and Lackington’s.
ZZ Claybourne is the author of 3 novels and the acclaimed short story collection Historical Inaccuracies. His essays on sci fi, fandom, and creativity have appeared in Apex, Strange Horizons, and other genre venues. He is currently at work on his 4th novel. Find him on the web at writeonrighton.com.
Katherine Quevedo lives with her husband and two sons just outside Portland, Oregon, where she works as an analysis manager. Her fiction has appeared in Short Édition’s Short Circuit, Factor Four, Apparition Literary Magazine, Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, Myriad Lands Vol. 2: Beyond the Edge, and elsewhere. Find her at www.katherinequevedo.com.
Stephanie Charette is a raven-brained writer from the wilds of northern Ontario who fled the eternal snow for the West Coast. Her work has appeared in Podcastle and Shimmer, and she’s a graduate of Viable Paradise and Taos Toolbox. A word of warning: don’t let her borrow your pen.
Louis Evans dreams of Saurosapien civilizations: therapod cities along the Pierre Seaway; feathered astronauts’ tridactyl bootprints on Mars’s red sands. His work has been published in Analog, Interzone, Escape Pod, and other markets. He is a member of the Clarion West class of the plague year. His Twitter handle is @louisevanswrite.
Jonathan Edelstein was born in 1971, is married with cat, and lives in New York City. His work has appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Strange Horizons, Escape Pod, Intergalactic Medicine Show, and elsewhere. He counts Ursula Le Guin, Bernard Cornwell, Chinua Achebe and Charles R. Saunders among his literary heroes, and when he isn’t writing, he practices law […]
Alex Acks is a sharp-dressed geologist. They’ve written labor unions and space witches in Hunger Makes the Wolf (2017 Kitschies Golden Tentacle winner) and Blood Binds the Pack; and steampunk in Murder on the Titania and Other Steam-Powered Adventures (2019 Colorado Book Award finalist) and Wireless and Other Steam-Powered Adventures.
Angela Ambroz has lived in Italy, Fiji, India, the UK and, most recently, Boston. Other stories in the Dropverse series can be found in Strange Horizons, Expanded Horizons and Reflection’s Edge. When not writing, she works on international development and reviews movies at The Post-Punk Cinema Club.
Elaine Atwell writes criticism, essays, humor, songs, and biographies of herself in the third person. She is the author of The Music Box, a pulp novella about lesbian spies, and can be found on Twitter @ElaineAtwell. She currently resides in Durham, NC.
A writer, runner, reader, teacher, and parent, Daniel Ausema’s work has appeared in Strange Horizons, Daily Science Fiction, and the Journal of Unlikely Stories, among many others. He is also the creator of the steampunk-fantasy serial-fiction project Spire City. He lives in Colorado, at the foot of the Rockies, and can be found online at […]