L. Marie Wood creates immersive worlds that defy genre as they intersect horror, romance, mystery, thriller, sci-fi, and fantasy elements to weave harrowing tapestries of speculative fiction. Wood is a Professor of English and Creative Writing.
Nicole M. Wolverton writes (mostly) YA and adult horror. Her debut YA novel A Misfortune of Lake Monsters, horror with a scifi twist, will be released in July 2024 (CamCat Books). She grew up in the rural PA hinterlands and now lives in Philadelphia.
Somto is a writer, editor, and filmmaker.
Henry Chebaane is a writer, producer, director, designer. His creative work can be seen in films, hospitality concepts, location-based entertainment and music production. The Panharmonion Chronicles is his first graphic novel series.
Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki is an African speculative fiction writer, editor and publisher from Nigeria. He has won the Nebula, WFA, Locus, Otherwise, BFA, Nommo, etc awards & been a finalist in the Hugo, BSFA, Sturgeon, NAACP Image award
Laurie Stevens is the author of the multi-award winning Gabriel McRay suspense series and The Return, a new sci-fi/fantasy that pits AI against human consciousness.
Eugen Bacon is an African Australian author of several novels and collections. She’s a British Fantasy Award winner, a Foreword Indies Award winner, a twice World Fantasy Award finalist, and a finalist in other awards.
R. Gary Raham writes science fact and science fiction. Raham’s writing has been known to make a reader laugh and think simultaneously with no known deleterious effects.
Myna Chang (she/her) is the host of Electric Sheep SF. Her work has been selected for Flash Fiction America (W.W. Norton), Best Small Fictions, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Small Wonders, and Daily Science Fiction.
Renan Bernardo is a science fiction and fantasy writer from Rio de Janeiro. His fiction appeared or is forthcoming in Tor.com, Apex Magazine, Podcastle, and others. His fiction has also appeared in multiple languages.