Cynthia Ward has published stories in Analog, Asimov’s, Nightmare, Weird Tales, and elsewhere. With Nisi Shawl, she co-created the Locus-Award-winning Writing the Other workshop and handbook. Her latest book is The Adventure of the Golden Woman.
Chris McKinney was born in Honolulu and grew up in Kahaluu on the island of Oahu. He is the author of Midnight, Water City (Soho Press), book one of the Water City trilogy.
GARRETT BOATMAN is the author of Floaters, a novella from Crystal Lake Publishing, the novels Stage Fright from Valancourt Books, Night’s Plutonian Shore, The Clocks of Midnight, and The Mirror of Eternity, coming soon from J. Ellington Ashton Press.
Born and raised on Kwajalein, a tiny Pacific island, Marshall has traveled to nearly thirty countries, once sold a thousand dollars’ worth of teapots to Jackie Chan, and was once tracked down by a bounty hunter for owing $300 in library late fees.
Whitney Hill is the award-winning and best-selling author of the Shadows of Otherside contemporary fantasy series. Whitney enjoys hiking in North Carolina’s beautiful state parks, studying world mythology, and playing video games.
Janet Stilson’s short prose has been published by Asimov’s. Her novel, THE JUICE, is picking up stellar reviews. It’s about a secret substance that turns on-screen talent into charismatic superpowers. Dragon Moon Press released it in February.
Michael Cassutt is the author of eight novels, fifty short stories (most recently in ASIMOV’S, F&SF and on Tor.com) as well as scripts for THE TWILIGHT ZONE, MAX HEADROOM, EERIE INDIANA, THE DEAD ZONE, Z-NATION and other series.
Suyi Davies Okungbowa is the author of Son of the Storm (Orbit, May 2021), the first in The Nameless Republic epic fantasy trilogy, and David Mogo, Godhunter (Abaddon, 2019). Find him at @IAmSuyiDavies on Twitter and @suyidavies on Instagram.
Alexia has a degree in Medical Laboratory Science. Though she retired from the corporate world when her chronic disease hit she hasn’t been able to retire her brain and writes science fiction as A.C. Anderson and fantasy as Alexia Chantel.
A.K. (Amy) DuBoff is a Nebula Award finalist and USA Today bestselling indie author. She is most known for her acclaimed Cadicle Universe, which includes numerous space opera and space adventure series.