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.
An MIT trained civil engineer with a second degree in Art & Design, Christine decided writing was a higher calling. After 75 published books, she sold her first young adult series, The Lost Tribes. She lives in Kansas City and is working on book 2.
Sarina Dorie has sold over eighty-five short stories to markets like Daily Science Fiction, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Orson Scott Card’s IGMS, and Cosmos. Her novels include: SILENT MOON, DAWN OF THE MORNING STAR, and URBAN CHANGELING.
Jonathan Maberry is a NY Times bestselling novelist, five-time Bram Stoker Award winner, anthology editor, and comic book writer.
Lee Gimenez is the author of 11 novels. His latest thriller, SKYFLASH, is a new J.T. Ryan novel. Several of his books became bestsellers, including The WASHINGTON ULTIMATUM and KILLING WEST.
Steven Gould is the New York Times Bestselling author of the Jumper Series: JUMPER, REFLEX, IMPULSE, and EXO, as well as the stand alone novels, 7th SIGMA, WILDSIDE, HELM, and BLINDWAVES.
Born, raised and still living just outside of Boston, Don attended the Art Institute of Boston for illustration and decided that he liked writing better. Now he has six books total that he self publishes with number seven on the way.