Michael J. Martinez is the author of the DAEDALUS trilogy, as well as other assorted bits of science fiction and fantasy. He’s still slightly stunned that he’s being paid to write this stuff, but will keep going until someone says otherwise.
Author of Billy Bobble Makes A Magic Wand and numerous short stories, R.S. Mellette also wrote “The Xena Scrolls” for Universal’s web site for Xena: Warrior Princess. An episode of the same name became the 1st web-to-TV intellectual property.
Daniel Marcus has published stories in many genre venues. He is the author of the collection, Binding Energy, and the novels Burn Rate and A Crack in Everything. Daniel was a Campbell finalist and is on the SFF faculty at Gotham Writers’ Workshop.
Ken Altabef is an author whose writing spans a wide range of the imaginative from science fiction to fantasy to horror. ALAANA’S WAY is his epic fantasy series set in the arctic wastes, and features Inuit mythology.
M. Darusha Wehm is from Canada, but currently lives on her sailboat in Wellington, New Zealand after spending the past several years living and sailing around the Pacific. She’s the author of five science fiction novels.
Stephanie Feldman’s debut novel, The Angel of Losses (HarperCollins 2014), is a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection and one of the Washington Post’s top five science fiction/fantasy books of 2014.
Fran Wilde is an author and technology consultant. Her first novel, UPDRAFT, debuts from Tor in September 2015. Her short stories appear in Asimov’s, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Tor.com. She also produces Cooking the Books.
David Lee Summers is an author whose writing spans a wide range of the imaginative from science fiction to steampunk to horror. When he’s not writing, he operates telescopes at Kitt Peak National Observatory.
Paul Levinson, PhD, wrote The Silk Code (winner of Locus Award for Best First 1st Novel of 1999), Borrowed Tides (2001), The Consciousness Plague (2002), The Pixel Eye (2003), The Plot To Save Socrates (2006), and Unburning Alexandria (2013)
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam lives in Texas with her partner and two literarily-named cats: Gimli and Don Quixote. Her fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in magazines such as Clarkesworld, Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, and Interzone. She holds an MFA in