Cath Schaff-Stump writes speculative fiction for children and adults from humor to horror. You can find her at Facebook, Goodreads, Amazon, @cathschaffstump, cathschaffstump.com, and unreliablenarrators.net.
P. H. Solomon is the author of The Bow of Hart Saga fantasy series including the The Bow of Destiny which was named 2016 Book of the Year by Fantasia Reviews. His third novel of the series, The White Arrow, will be released Oct. 2017.
Joshua David Bellin writes science fiction for teens and adults. His books include the 2-part Survival Colony series (SURVIVAL COLONY 9 and SCAVENGER OF SOULS) and the deep-space adventure FREEFALL. He loves monsters. Really scary monsters.
Diana Pharaoh Francis writes urban and traditional fantasy with much adventure, romance, danger, and intrigue. Her books include the Path series, Diamond City Magic series, Crosspointe Chronicles, Horngate Witches, and Mission: Magic.
Dave Creek is the author of the novels SOME DISTANT SHORE, THE UNMOVING STARS, and CHANDA’S AWAKENING.
His short stories have appeared in ANALOG SCIENCE FICTION AND FACT and APEX magazines, as well as several anthologies.
Nick Wood is a South African clinical psychologist and SF writer. His debut novel is AZANIAN BRIDGES, an alternative history, in a current South Africa where apartheid survives. Campbell, Nommos & BSFA shortlisted Best Novel.
J.L. Forrest writes from the wet techno-jungles of the Pacific Northwest, the high deserts of the Rocky Mountains, or the Old Country in Roma, Italia. His work appears in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Crossed Genres, Third Flatiron, and others.
Jeff Gunhus is the USA TODAY bestselling author of thriller and horror novels for adults and the fantasy series Jack Templar Monster Hunter for middle graders. A new member, he can’t figure out why it took him so long to join SFWA. He blames his dog.
I’m a southern boy who would prefer to remain a teenager but whose body isn’t cooperating. I wrote my first (unpublished, aka bad) novel 35 years ago. My second has done better. Military SF, military history and sword & sorcery pour from my fingers.
Kelly A. Harmon used to write truthful, honest stories about authors and thespians, senators and statesmen, movie stars and murderers. Now she writes lies, which is infinitely more satisfying, but lacks the convenience of doorstep delivery.