Tracy Canfield is a computational linguist who CNN once called a “Klingon scholar”. Her short science fiction and fantasy has appeared in Analog, Strange Horizons, and many other magazines and anthologies, and her game set in the same universe as “Salvage” is scheduled for release in Fall of 2017. Find her on Twitter at @TracyCanfield.
L CHAN hails from Singapore. He spends most of his time wrangling a team of two dogs, Mr Luka and Mr Telly. His work has appeared in places like Clarkesworld, Translunar Travellers Lounge, Podcastle, the Dark and he was a finalist for the 2020 Eugie Foster Memorial Award. He tweets inordinately @lchanwrites.
A toxicologist by training and a writer by inclination, Megan lives near Seattle with one husband and two cats. Her science fiction has been published in Analog and Crossed Genres, while her science non-fiction has appeared in Slate under her maiden name, Megan Cartwright. Her website is http://sciencebasedwriting.wordpress.com.
Zen Cho is a Malaysian writer.
Maggie Clark is a doctoral candidate in English literature at Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada). To date, her science fiction has appeared in Analog, Bastion, Clarkesworld, Daily Science Fiction, GigaNotoSaurus, and Lightspeed.
José Cruz is the author of two (now three) published stories; his fiction has previously appeared in Nightscript and The Year’s Best Hardcore Horror. His nonfiction work has appeared in print and online venues such as Rue Morgue, Diabolique, bare•bones e-zine, and Paracinema Magazine, among others. He lives in Southwest Florida with his wife, daughter, and pupper. Find out […]
Eljay Daly lives and works somewhat northwest of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She’s an alumna of the Viable Paradise workshop and the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast MFA program. Her fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, Fantasy Magazine, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies. She likes big dogs, full moons, and sleeping in tents, but generally not all […]
Méabh de Brún is an award-winning Irish playwright and author. She specialises in weird tales, ghostly happenings and Hiberno-English. Her short fiction has featured in such publications as The Stinging Fly, Banshee Lit and Mysterion Magazine. She can be found waxing lyrical about the eerie in the everyday at @MeabhdeBrun.
Maria Deira has been published in Strange Horizons, Kaleidotrope, Pseudopod, and A cappella Zoo. She grew up in the high desert of Eastern Oregon, but now resides in the cozy gloom of the Willamette Valley. Currently, Maria is working on a novel, which she hopes will scare the pants off readers. You can read more of her fiction by visiting […]