Mark Niemann-Ross is a Portland-based writer of hard science-fiction and has appeared in Stupefying Stories and Analog; his upcoming novel is a murder mystery solved by a refrigerator.
Barbara A. Barnett is a writer, musician, librarian, Odyssey Writing Workshop alum, coffee addict, wine lover, bad movie mocker, and all-around geek with over 40 short stories published.
Craig DeLancey is a writer and philosopher. His novel, Gods of Earth, is published by 47 North Press. He teaches philosophy at SUNY Oswego.
Vera Nazarian is a two-time Nebula Award Nominee, award-winning artist, and the author of the Cobweb Bride Trilogy and the Supernatural Jane Austen Series, in addition to numerous other novel-length and short works of fiction and fancy.
Amanda C. Davis is a combustion engineer and short-fiction author who bakes excellent macarons and watches terrible slasher movies. She tweets enthusiastically as @davisac1.
Adam Christopher is the Sir Julius Vogel Award-winning author of Empire State (SciFiNow magazine Book of the Year 2012 and a Financial Times Book of the Year 2012), Seven Wonders, The Age Atomic, Hang Wire, and The Burning Dark.
John Dixon is the author of PHOENIX ISLAND, the inspiration for the new CBS TV series, INTELLIGENCE.
Susan’s been working on the Jurisdiction series for more years than she cares to specify. Now that she’s retired from her day job she’s calling herself a full-time author in shameless disregard of the facts.
Lou Antonelli is a modern speculative fiction author with classic sensibilities, honed by a long career as a newspaperman. His short story “Great White Ship” was a 2013 finalist for the Sidewise Award. He’s had 81 short stories published since 2003.