Joff Brown is a magazine editor, fiction writer, and writer-for-hire. Kids’ storybooks, Doctor Who short stories, fairy tales, that kind of thing. He’s @JoffB on Twitter. Last one to follow him’s a shoggoth.
Joe Silber earns his keep with his head in the cloud. In between manuals, he runs between paving stones conspiring to do him grave injury, writes the occasional poem, and employs the Oxford comma in the practice of composing bits of pulp, having determined the Great American Novel to be the greatest fiction of all. […]
Jessica Barksdale Inclán’s debut novel Her Daughter’s Eyes, published in 2001, was the premier novel published under New American Library’s new imprint Accent. Her Daughter’s Eyes was a final nominee for the YALSA Award for the best books of 2001 and best paperbacks for 2001 and has been published in both Dutch and Spanish. She’s […]
Jeremy Clymer is a husband, father, writer, and stand-up comic all inhabiting the same body. That body is currently located somewhere around Grand Rapids, Michigan in the United States. It has produced a number of published short stories, some of which are linked to on his blog at jeremyclymer.com. He’s also on Twitter under the […]
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, […]
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 […]
J.F. Lawrence is the name behind Hunter S. Blyton, Due South’s legendary rock ‘n’ roll scribe, and the perpetrator of several aborted novels and screenplays. He is now posing as a cultural critic and poet, and still waiting for the call from Steely Dan to put down a hot guitar solo for their next album. Follow […]
Iain Lowson has been a freelance writer for thumty-tum years now, flirting with journalism, writing loads of official Star Wars stuff, various bits and pieces for video games, and dabbling in RPGs. He created the award-winning ‘Dark Harvest: The Legacy of Frankenstein’ RPG with some chums, the short story anthology for which – called ‘Tales […]