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.
Antonelli started writing fiction in middle age; his first story was published in 2003 when he was 46. He’s had 104 short stories published. His debut novel is the retro-futurist alternate history “Another Girl, Another Planet” from WordFire Press.
The current President of SFWA, Cat Rambo’s most recent collection is Neither Here Nor There, while fantasy novel Hearts of Tabat appears this April from Wordfire Press. Check her website for links to her fiction and info on her online classes.
Salon.com described Daniel Marcus’ work as “a cross between Raymond Carver and William Gibson.” He has taught creative writing at UC Berkeley and has worked as a musician, mathematician, systems architect, and ops dude.
Joseph Helmreich is author of The Return (2017, Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press). In addition to his writing, he is a member of alternative folk duo, Honeybrick, and a ventriloquist. He lives in New York City and works in film distribution.
Barbara A. Barnett is a Philadelphia-area writer, musician, orchestra librarian, Odyssey Writing Workshop graduate, coffee addict, wine lover, and all-around geek with over 40 short stories published.
Fonda Lee is the award-winning author of Zeroboxer (Flux) and Exo (Scholastic). A recovering corporate strategist, when she is not writing, she can be found training in kung fu or searching out tasty breakfasts. Fonda lives in Portland, OR.
Barbara Barnett is Publisher/Executive Editor of Blogcritics, (blogcritics.org). Her debut novel, The Apothecary’s Curse was published by Pyr in October. She is also the author of Chasing Zebras: THE Unofficial Guide to House, M.D. (ECW Press)
Andrew P. Weston lives with a large amount of cats in a medium sized house on a small Greek island. He is the author of the IX Series and creator of Daemon Grim, a prominent character within Janet Morris’ Heroes in Hell Universe.
Andrew G. Schneider always wanted to be a wizard when he grew up; now he makes magic with words. When not writing, he hunts the wild dust bunny and makes a mean pot of French onion soup. He lives in Washington, D.C., believes in unicorns, and is marr