Matthew Wayne Selznick is a Southern California author, indie publisher, and author consultant working in a variety of storyworlds and genres. His latest novel is the fantasy thriller LIGHT OF THE OUTSIDER.
Ali Eke is a young author with a love for all things fantasy, science fiction, and alternate history. Residing in New Jersey, his many hobbies include reading and writing books, and playing Dungeons and Dragons and video games.
Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki is an African speculative fiction writer, editor and publisher from Nigeria. He has win the Nebula, WFA, Locus, Otherwise, BFA, Nommo, etc awards & been a finalist in the Hugo, BSFA, Sturgeon, NAACP Image award.
T. A. Bruno grew up in a suburb south of Chicago and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the film industry. Since then, he has brought stories to life for over a decade as a previz artist. At home, he is the proud father of two boys.
Jasper Scott is a USA Today bestselling author and three-time Kindle all-star. With more than forty sci-fi novels and over a million copies sold, Jasper’s work has been translated into various languages and published around the world.
Nicholas Tana is a Los Angeles-based writer, director, producer, and musician. He is the creator of the graphic novel Hell’s Kitty, and his sci-fi noir graphic novel, eJUNKY, is being published September 18, 2023 by Simon and Schuster.
Sharon Emmerichs is an Associate Professor of early British literature. She has been a writer all her life, from the time she scribbled ‘words’ and pictures on pieces of paper, stapled them together, and called it a book.
Jason Lancour is the author of the fantasy novels, Rise of the Red Hand and Storm Cloud Rising. He tries to spend a small portion of each day with his head in the clouds. In his writing, he hopes to share with his readers what he has seen up there.
Adele Gardner (they/them, Mx.) is a fiction writer & award-winning poet with a poetry collection, Halloween Hearts, from Jackanapes Press and over 475 stories, poems, art, and articles in Analog, Clarkesworld, Strange Horizons, PodCastle, & more.
Ruthanna Emrys is the author of A Half-Built Garden, Winter Tide, and Deep Roots, as well as co-writer of Tor.com’s Reading the Weird column. She also writes radically hopeful short stories about religion and aliens and psycholinguistics.