Henry is a four-time Nebula/Norton finalist. He is the author of the PEASPROUT CHEN fantasy series. His short fiction has appeared in publications like Asimov’s, Analog, and F&SF. Hobbies include writing SFWA anthems and losing Nebula/Norton awards.
Sharon Lynn Fisher writes smart, twisty, passionate tales – mash-ups of science fiction, fantasy, and slow-burn romance set in lush and atmospheric worlds. Her new historical fantasy series, The Faery Rehistory, is being published by Blackstone.
Al Onia is a full-time writer living on Vancouver Island, Canada. His novels, The Sixth Helix, Javenny, Transient City and its sequel, Rogue Town are all available in trade paperback from Bundoran Press in Ottawa. Ebook versions from the usual sources. His latest novella, Descending To Eve, is available online from Zealot Scripts Emerging Worlds.
Gustavo Bondoni is an Argentine writer with nearly three hundred stories published in fourteen countries, in seven languages. He is also the author of several books, including the well-received novel Siege. He lives in Buenos Aires.
Deborah J. Ross is a former SFWA Secretary and member of Book View Cafe. Recent work includes THUNDERLORD, Lambda Finalist COLLABORATORS, and THE SEVEN-PETALED SHIELD trilogy, and stories in F & SF, Asimov’s, and Star Wars: Tales from Jabba’s Palace.
Greg Dragon brings a fresh perspective to fiction by telling human stories of life, love, and relationships in a science fiction setting.
Jeffrey A. Carver has written numerous SF novels, including The Chaos Chronicles and Eternity’s End, set in his Star Rigger Universe. His greatest loves in writing are character, story, and a healthy sense of wonder. He lives in the Boston area.
Alex is a writer, translator, & editor from Brooklyn, NY. Over 120 of his short stories have appeared in Analog, Nature, Strange Horizons, and other venues. His debut novel, Eridani’s Crown, is forthcoming in October 2019 from UFO Publishing.
Carol Berg writes of warriors who battle demons inside souls, artists whose portraits reflect truth, musicians who sing visions, librarians who have past lives, and as Cate Glass, a team of sorcerer spies. She won the 2009 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award.
M. Darusha Wehm is the Nebula-nominated author of the interactive fiction game The Martian Job, seven science fiction novels, several poems, and many short stories. Originally from Canada, Darusha currently lives in Wellington, New Zealand.