Lucienne Diver is both a literary agent and author of young adult and adult fiction (the Vamped series for Flux Books and the Latter-Day Olympians novels for Samhain). She’s also written short fiction for anthologies like Kicking It (coming from Roc)
Lisa Mason’s new collection, Strange Ladies: 7 Stories features science fiction and fantasy shorts published in top magazines and anthologies worldwide. The San Francisco Book Review said, “This is a must-read collection.”
Lee Gimenez is the author of eight novels and over fifty short stories. Several of his books became bestsellers, including BLACKSNOW ZERO, and THE NANOTECH MURDERS. His latest thriller, THE WASHINGTON ULTIMATUM, was published in 2013.
Milo James Fowler is a teacher by day and a speculative fictioneer by night. When he’s not grading papers, he’s imagining what the world might be like in a few dozen alternate realities.
Kay Kenyon is the author of 11 sf/f novels including her fantasy, A Thousand Perfect Things, August 2013. Her work has been short-listed for the Philip K. Dick Award and John W. Campbell awards.
Two-time Prix Aurora Award finalist and winner of The Galaxy Project, Forest’s stories appear in Analog, Asimov’s, OnSpec, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, AE SF Review, and her collection, Immunity to Strange Tales. She edits for Edge Press.
Michael J. Martinez is a veteran writer who decided, in an act of blinding hubris, to try his hand at science-fiction and historical fantasy…in the same book.
Wesley Chu was born in Taiwan and immigrated to Chicago, Illinois when he was just a pup. It was there he became a Kung Fu master and gymnast.
Wesley is an avid gamer and a contributing writer for the magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland. A former stunt man and a member of SAG, he can also be seen in film and television.
Cat Rambo’s latest book is NEAR+FAR, a collection of short SF stories from Seattle-based Hydra House Books.