Marion Grace Woolley
Author of Those Rosy Hours at Mazandaran
Liesel Schwarz is the award-winning author of A Conspiracy of Alchemists, the first book in her Chronicles of Light and Shadow steampunk series published by Random House in the UK, US, Canada and Australia. A life-long fan of 19th Century Gothic literature, she is a hopeless romantic with a penchant for everything that’s odd, from […]
Jeff Noon was born in Manchester, England in 1957. He trained in the visual arts and drama and was active on the post-punk music scene before becoming a playwright, and then a novelist. His novels include Vurt (Arthur C. Clarke Award winner), Pollen, Automated Alice, Nymphomation, Needle in the Groove, Cobralingus, Falling Out Of Cars, […]
Felicity Shoulders was born in Portland, Oregon. She abandoned her dream of being a paleontologist at the age of 20 rather than the traditional 5, and devoted herself to writing instead. Her first published fiction appeared in Asimov’s Science Fiction in 2008. Subsequent stories have been published in Asimov’s, Fantasy & SF and elsewhere. Her story […]
Tricia Sullivan has been publishing science fiction novels since 1995, the same year that she moved to Britain from New Jersey. In 1999 her novel Dreaming in Smoke won the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and both Maul and Lightborn have been shortlisted. When her children were small her writing career collapsed, so she retrained in […]
Alex Acks is a writer, geologist, and dapper AF. Ze’s written for Six to Start and been published in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Daily Science Fiction, and more. Alex lives in Denver with zir two furry little bastards, where ze twirls zir mustache, watches movies, and bikes. For more information, see http://www.rachaelacks.com.
Jamie Keys has been drawing since he was old enough to pick up a pencil and has spent the greater part of his life creating strange new worlds and the characters that inhabit them. As he has grown older… not much has changed! You will always find him busily sketching his latest creations… His interests […]
David Southwell is an Essex boy, word spiv and landscape punk. He works as photographer, folklorist and curator for the Hookland Museum of Curiosities. A reformed author of bad books, he now follows the advice given to him by J.G. Ballard to: ‘Concentrate on place, nothing without a sense of it is ever any good.’ […]
Armel Dagorn lives back in Nantes, France (Jules Verne’s home town) after having spent most of his twenties in Ireland. His writing has appeared in magazines such as Lamplight, Apex Magazine, Tin House online and Holdfast,and his story “Out-of-town Harry” is available as a chapbook from InShort Publishing.
SL Huang justifies her MIT degree by using it to write eccentric mathematical superhero fiction, starting with her debut novel, Zero Sum Game. In real life, you can usually find her hanging upside down from the ceiling or stabbing people with swords. Her short fiction has been published at Strange Horizons and The Book Smugglers, […]
Kenneth Hite is the author of the Trail of Cthulhu roleplaying game, Cthulhu 101, Tour de Lovecraft, the “Lost in Lovecraft” column for Weird Tales, four Lovecraftian children’s books, several Mythos short stories, and The Cthulhu War: U.S. Battles Against the Mythos for Osprey Publishing. He lives in Chicago with two Lovecraftian cats and one […]