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KC Grifant

KC Grifant is an award-winning writer based in Southern California who creates internationally published horror, fantasy, science fiction, and weird west stories.

Renan Bernardo

Renan Bernardo is a Nebula finalist author of science fiction and fantasy from Brazil. His fiction appeared in Reactor/Tor.com, Apex Magazine, Podcastle, Escape Pod, and other places. His collection Different Kinds of Defiance was published in 2024.

Bonnie Jo Stuffebeam

Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam is the author of the novel Grim Root and the collection Where You Linger. Her short fiction has appeared in over 90 publications and has been nominated twice for the Nebula Award. By day, she writes for a mobile game.

Maria V. Snyder

Meteorologist turned novelist, Maria’s been writing SF/F since she was bored at work. Over two dozen novels later, Maria’s been on the New York Times bestseller list, won a dozen awards, and teaches in Seton Hill University’s MFA program.

David Sandner

Forthcoming work includes novella His Unburned Heart (about Mary Shelley and her husband’s heart) from Raw Dog Screaming Press (May, 2024) and novel Egyptian Motherlode (co-written with Jacob Weisman) from Fairwood Press (October, 2024).

SB Divya

S.B. Divya is a lover of science, math, fiction, and the Oxford comma. She is the Hugo and Nebula nominated author of Meru and Machinehood. Her stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, and she is a former editor of Escape Pod.

Michelle Knudsen

Michelle Knudsen is the New York Times bestselling author of 50 books for kids & teens, including the Trelian (MG) and Evil Librarian (YA) trilogies and the picture book Library Lion (one of Time magazine’s 100 Best Children’s Books of All Time).

Elizabeth Eve King (E.E. King

E.E. King is an award-winning painter, performer, writer, and naturalist.
She’s a member of WSFA and HWA,
HerNovel, Gods & Monsters is being serialized weekly on MetaStellar magazine https://www.metastellar.com/books/gods-and-monsters-by-e-

L. Marie Wood

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

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.