Jim has won the Hugo, Nebula and Locus awards and his work has been translated into eighteen languages. He writes a column for Asimov’s and is on the faculty of the Stonecoast Creative Writing MFA Program at the University of Southern Maine.
Constance Cooper recently published her debut YA fantasy novel GUILE. Her short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, and two Best Of anthologies. She has a background in software engineering and linguistics.
Nathan Lowell has been a full time SF/F fan since before there was a space program and a full time novelist since 2012.
Brian K. Lowe is the author of the Stolen Future trilogy, the adventures of a 20th Century soldier trapped in the far future, hunted by those who want the secret of time travel. He has also written a primer on securities fraud for average investors.
“Ring of Time,” “The DeathCats of Asa’ican and Other Tales of a Space-Vet,” and “Wreaths of Empire” are Andrew M. Seddon’s latest science fiction novels all published by Splashdown Books. He’s currently working on a series of ghost stories.
Sharon Joss writes science fiction, fantasy and horror. She is the 2015 Writers of the Future Golden Pen award winner, a finalist for the Canopus Award, and author of 5 novels, including her latest thriller, Steam Dogs. She lives and writes in Oregon.
Rob Dircks is author and narrator of the bestselling science fiction comedy novel Where the Hell is Tesla? This debut novel has already hit Amazon’s #1 for Time Travel, and Audible #8 Overall Audiobook Bestsellers List. Get in touch at RobDircks.com.
Michael writes across the speculative fiction world, from urban fantasy (Geekomancy), to fantasy superhero novel Shield and Crocus, and the SF series in novellas, Genrenauts. He is a co-host on podcasts The Skiffy & Fanty Show and Speculate.
Bishop O’Connell is the author of the American Faerie Tale series, a consultant, writer, blogger, lover of kilts, and beer, pirate ninja, and maker-upper of things. His book, The Stolen, launched the Harper Voyager Impulse imprint.
Edward M. Lerner worked in high tech for 30 years, supporting (among many) NASA, the DoD, and the FBI. When not prospecting beneath his sofa cushions for small change for his first spaceflight, he now writes SF, technothrillers, and popular science.