Barbara A. Barnett is a Philadelphia-area writer, musician, orchestra librarian, Odyssey Writing Workshop graduate, coffee addict, and all-around geek. Her short fiction has appeared in publications such as Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, Fantasy Magazine, Intergalactic Medicine Show, and Daily Science Fiction. You can find her online at babarnett.com.
“A. J. Barr” is a paradox (a Ph.D. and an M.D. collaborating). Both are located in North America, and both deal with obstinate juveniles by day and obstreperous plot lines by night.
Annie Bellet writes speculative fiction full-time. She holds degrees in English and in Medieval Studies and speaks a smattering of useful languages such as Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Welsh. Her short fiction has appeared in AlienSkin Magazine, Digital Science Fiction, and Daily Science Fiction and is available in multiple e-book collections. A Heart in Sun & […]
I am a writer/artist who was born in Florida but moved around a lot growing up. My mother is a Jamaican immigrant and growing up in West Indian culture has had a huge impact on my writing. I have one dog and two cats and currently live in Indiana.
S. Hutson Blount has worked with nuclear propulsion systems, robotic laser welders, and mutant cats, but as yet has no experience with mythological figures. He lives in the San Francisco Bay area with a wife who tolerates his foolishness to an alarming degree.
Alice Brook writes stories in snippets of free time, between going to work in a century-old house and shooing her cat away from the computer. She tweets irregularly @ABrookWrites.
Eli Brown’s most recent novel, Oddity, features an angry rag doll and a pistol that can’t miss. His culinary pirate adventure, Cinnamon and Gunpowder, was an NPR Book Concierge selection. He lives with his family in California, where the squirrels bury acorns in his garden and the cats bury worse.
Ben Burgis writes speculative fiction and realist fiction and sometimes even grocery lists and rent checks and Facebook status updates. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from the Stonecoast program in Maine, where he spent his residencies sitting in workshops during the day and sneaking bottles of whisky into swimming pools at night with […]
Isabel Cañas is a Mexican-American speculative fiction writer. After having lived in Mexico, Scotland, Egypt, and Turkey, she has settled in New York City, where she works on her PhD dissertation in medieval Islamic literature and writes fiction inspired by her research and her heritage. To learn more, visit www.isabelcanas.com.
Octavia Cade’s stories have appeared in Clarkesworld, Asimov’s, and Strange Horizons, amongst others. She has a particular interest in science history, and this story is one of a series that she’s writing that are linked to the WW2 cryptographic work at Bletchley Park. She lives in New Zealand, and attended Clarion West 2016.