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Oghenechovwe Ekpeki

Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki is an African spec fic writer & editor from Nigeria. He won the 2019 Nommo award, 2020 Otherwise award & the 2021 BFA. His works are forthcoming & have appeared in Asimov, Galaxy’s Edge, Strange Horizons & more.

Sonia Lyris

Sonia’s stories have been published by Asimov’s SF, Wizards of the Coast, Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader, and Intel Corp. Her novels include The Seer, from Baen Books.

She has studied martial arts, dance, and fine chocolate. She speaks fluent cat.

Geoffrey Hart

Geoff (he/him) works as a scientific editor, specializing in helping scientists who have English as their second language publish their research. He also writes fiction in his spare time, and has sold 38 stories thus far.

Walter Goodwater

Walter Goodwater is a writer, fencer, software developer, book-lover, and dad. He is the author of the Cold War Magic series and The Liar of Red Valley. He is a California native and lives on the coast with his family.

Bryan Young

Bryan Young works in many different media, from film and comics to prose and non-fiction. He’s been a regular contributor for the Huffington Post, StarWars.com, SYFY, /Film, and more. He’s worked in the Star Wars, Robotech, and BattleTech universes.

Stephen Goldin

STEPHEN GOLDIN has written sf & fantasy professionally for over 50 years. He’s served as a Regional Director and as editor of the SFWA Bulletin. He’s got 40+ books and many shorter works to his credit.

Ronald D Ferguson

Ronald D Ferguson taught college mathematics & published 4 textbooks, but decided writing SciFi & F is more fun. Now he writes full time. He lives with his wife and a rescue dog near the shadow of the Alamo.

Randee Dawn

Randee Dawn is an author and journalist based in Brooklyn. Her first novel, the humorous pop-culture fantasy “Tune in Tomorrow,” will be published in 2022 (Solaris).

Stephanie Burgis

Stephanie Burgis writes fun MG fantasy adventure novels (including The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart and The Raven Heir) and wildly romantic historical fantasy for adults (including The Harwood Spellbook and Scales and Sensibility).

John M. McKeel

John M. McKeel is a registered nurse in Oahu, Hawaii. Holding additional science degrees in psychology and engineering, John served in the U.S. Army as a Signals Intelligence Analyst. Giresun Island is his first professionally published novel.