Susan Forest is an award-winning editor and an author of over 25 short stories. Her novel, Flights of Marigold (Publisher’s Lunch Selection), confronts issues of addictions in an epic fantasy world of intrigue and betrayal.
Morgan Sylvia is an Aquarius, a metalhead, a coffee addict, a beer snob, and a work in progress. A former obituarist, she is now a full-time freelance writer. She is the author of two novels, two poetry collections, and several short stories.
M. Garnet (Muriel Garnet Yantiss) lives in Florida with her family, a daughter who is an IT wizard that her covers. Her 67th book coming out this summer, a crime novel with magic––both good and evil. Next book a SciF will follow with aliens & love.
Aigner Loren Wilson has published in Arsenika, Terraform, Rue Morgue, and more. She is an associate editor and copy editor for Strange Horizons and Nightlight Podcast. In 2019, she was listed on the honors list for the Otherwise Fellowship Award.
Douglas Phillips is the author of the popular Quantum Series, where astronauts and scientists navigate bizarre dimensions of space and time. His latest novel is Phenomena, a story that explores the deepest mysteries of human consciousness.
Rebecca Gomez Farrell writes speculative fiction and reviews food and drink at TheGourmez.com. Her novel, Wings Unseen, debuted in 2017. Two dozen of her shorter works have appeared in publications such as Beneath Ceaseless Skies and PULP Literature.
David Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of 36 novels of SF, fantasy, and adventure, including the Star Trek Destiny trilogy. He currently works as a consultant for two new Star Trek animated television series.
Julie C. Day is author of The Rampant (Lambda Award Finalist) & Uncommon Miracles. She’s also Editor-in-Chief of the anthology Weird Dream Society. Her stories can be found in publications such as Podcastle, The Dark, & the Cincinnati Review.
Kate Heartfield is the author of Armed in Her Fashion and the two Alice Payne novellas, in addition to stories and games. She has been shortlisted for the Nebula awards twice for game writing and once for novella writing. She lives in Canada.
R.W.W. Greene is a New Hampshire writer whose critically-acclaimed debut novel “The Light Years” snuck off the press at Angry Robot Books just before the pandemic lockdown began in earnest. He does a lot of Tweeting at @rwwgreene.