T. C. Weber is the author of the near-future cyberpunk thrillers Sleep State Interrupt, The Wrath of Leviathan, and Zero-Day Rising. Other works include Born in Salt, an alternate history novel, and The Survivors, a post-apocalyptic horror novella.
Author of the Halberd series (Gallantry in Action, In Harm’s Way, True Allegiance, and Surrender Demand) and the Sandy Pike series (Pike’s Potential–Cygnus Award semifinalist, Pike’s Passage–BookLife Prize finalist, and Pike’s Progress).
T.M. Blanchet is the author of HERRICK’S END (May 2022) and HERRICK’S LIE (due out in March, 2023), the producer and host of A Mighty Blaze Podcast (weekly author interviews), and the founder of Operation Delta Dog: Service Dogs for Veterans.
Ash Bishop is a lifetime reader and a lifetime nerd, loving all things science fiction and fantasy. He has been a high school English teacher, and worked in the video game industry, as well as in educational app development. He lives in CA.
D. J. Adamson work ranges from published literary short stories, mystery novels, and psychological thrillers, to science fiction. She publishes a monthly review online magazine: Le Coeur de l’Artiste.
R. B. Lemberg is a queer, bigender immigrant from Eastern Europe & Israel. Their debut Birdverse novella, The Four Profound Weaves was nominated for the World Fantasy, Locus, Nebula, and Ignyte awards.
Veronica G. Henry is the author of Bacchanal, The Quarter Storm, and The Foreign Exchange (Feb 2023). She is a Viable Paradise alum, and a member of SFWA. Her stories have appeared in FIYAH Literary Magazine.
Liz Argall’s work can be found in places like Uncanny Magazine, Strange Horizons & performed on the Pulp Stage. She’s worked on roleplaying games like Geist 2nd Edition and 13th Age, and creates the webcomic thingswithout.com
Ash Bishop is a lifetime reader and a lifetime nerd, loving all things science fiction and fantasy. He has been a high school English teacher, and worked in the video game industry, as well as in educational app development. He lives in Southern CA.
Johnny Caputo’s speculative fiction has appeared in Cast of Wonders and other venues, and he is the writer of the webcomic The Ballad of Lumber Jackson. He lives and teaches writing courses in Cleveland, Ohio.