Marion Grace Woolley
Author of Those Rosy Hours at Mazandaran
Yma Johnson is a first generation Sierra Leonean immigrant who began her writing career in 1996 as a journalist in Puerto Rico. She has written articles on topics ranging from the criminalization of the mentally ill to Japanese swordsmanship. She is a master’s candidate in creative writing at Eastern Michigan University where she recently taught […]
In the deep wilds of Scotland, hunkered down in a sylvan bunker, William Couper churns out works when he’s not hunting and foraging. Well, he claims ‘deep wilds’ — all evidence points to him being somewhere in the Greater Glasgow area. Although there are reports of a lot of cats, so there could be some […]
Uri’s work has been published by Wizards of the Coast, Paizo Publishing, Mongoose and other less savory venues which, if you value your sanity, you’re strongly discouraged from pursuing. His latest book, Tales From an Israeli Storyteller, is a story cycle and a guide exploring a fantastic vision of his native Israel. It is available […]
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 […]
Tim Dedopulos is an unrepentant writer, editor, puzzle creator and game designer. A long-time lover of genre, he is particularly interested in the places where prose, film and game are coming together. He can be found at ghostwoods.com, or on Twitter as @ghostwoods.
Thord D. Hedengren is addicted to words, and the stories they make. He writes fiction, short and long, as well as freelance articles and columns for various media outlets. You can find some of his short stories in CTHULHU LIES DREAMING and FIRESIDE FICTION MAGAZINE, among other places. Thord is a renowned web developer and […]
Thadeus E. Suggs is a deaf college student by day and by night he’s still deaf but that doesn’t stop him from gambling with Hermes and out-drinking Dionysus. He blogs (sometimes) at thadw1d.wordpress.com and is known on Twitter as @thadw1d.
Tamsyn H. Kennedy is currently writing her second novel, fitting it between working, studying, gaming, dog walking and changing the nappies of her multiple children. She can also be found playing Rockband vocals on Expert. Follow her on twitter @xtamsynx.
Steven Sautter hurls books at passersby from his cage in one of the west coast’s major indie bookstores. He is one of the head writers for The Terrible Zodin and his comics journalism can be found flitting around the interwebs. His major claim to fame is interviewing both Captain Kirk and Luke Skywalker within 24 […]
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, […]