Jonathan is a retired Marine infantry colonel, now a full-time writer living in North Las Vegas with Kiwi and three rescue cats. A hybrid writer, he has 55 titles published and was a 2017 Nebula Finalist with his novelette, “Weaponized Math.”
Writing novels under L. D. Colter in contemporary fantasy and L. Deni Colter in epic fantasy, Liz also has short stories in many magazines and anthologies. Her debut novel, A Borrowed Hell, is a 2018 winner of the Colorado Book Award.
Laura’s recent epic fantasy, SOULS FOR THE PHRENII, is a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards SF/Fantasy category. This book is second in her BROKEN KASKEA series; she has published a military SF series as well (the MAJOR ARIANE KEDROS NOVELS).
Edward Lazellari is the author of the Guardians of Aandor series from TOR Books. He is a winner of Playboy’s College Fiction Contest as well as a former Marvel Comics writer/artist. His third novel, Blood of Ten Kings, drops in December 2018.
Peng is a speculative fiction writer whose work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and appeared in the Weird Lies anthology, Liars’ League, Litro Magazine, and Cent Magazine, among others. The Book of M is her first novel.
Kelly A. Harmon is an award winning author best known for her Charm City Darkness Series: Stoned in Charm City, A Favor for a Fiend, A Blue Collar Proposition and In the Eye of the Beholder. Her short story Lies was shortlisted for the Aeon Award.
Ron’s first novel, Typhoon Time, available from WordFire press, is an Amazon.ca #1 bestseller in Time Travel.
Ron’s short stories have appeared in Galaxy’s Edge, Daily Science Fiction, and in other magazines and anthologies.
Scientist. Writer. May Thai Fighter.
Gareth Worthington is an award-winning author with a passion for science, history, martial arts and music. Represented by GHF Literary NYC, and published by Vesuvian Books, he has two novels coming in 2018.
Al Onia is a full-time writer living in Calgary, Canada. His novels, Javenny, Transient City and its sequel, Rogue Town are all available from Bundoran Press in Ottawa. The Sixth Helix, his fourth novel, will see daylight in April, 2019.
Dave Creek has published over 30 short stories in ANALOG SCIENCE FICTION AND FACT and APEX magazines, and various anthologies.
He’s also published several novels, including his latest, CHANDA’S AWAKENING, from Hydra Publications.