Merc Rustad is a queer non-binary writer and filmmaker who lives in the Midwest United States. Favorite things include: robots, dinosaurs, monsters, and tea. Their stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Fireside Fiction, Escape Pod, Daily Science Fiction, Scigentasy, and Vitality Magazine. When not buried in the homework mines […]
Born and raised in India, Rati Mehrotra currently makes her home in Toronto, Canada. When not working on her magnum opus – a series of fantasy novels based in a fictional version of Asia – she writes short fiction, and rather unreliably posts updates on her blog ratiwrites.com. Her short […]
Livia Blackburne wrote her first novel while researching the neuroscience of reading at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since then, she’s switched to full time writing, which also involves getting into peoples’ heads but without the help of a three tesla MRI scanner. Her novel MIDNIGHT THIEF debuted with Disney-Hyperion […]
Michael M. Jones lives in Southwest Virginia, with spoiled cats, too many books, and a wife who knows how to program the remote control. He is a reviewer for Publishers Weekly, and is the editor of Scheherazade’s Facade and the forthcoming Schoolbooks & Sorcery. His work has appeared in anthologies […]
Miki Dare lives on the West Coast of Canada, but is a wanderer at heart. From sipping yak tea in Tibet to being a favorite food for mosquitoes in the Amazon, she enjoys seeing what the world has to offer and vice versa. She also loves to travel to alternate universes […]
Phoebe North lives in New York State with her husband, her daughter, and her cat. Her YA sci-fi novel, Starglass, is available from Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers. The sequel, Starbreak, will be available July 8th wherever books are sold. Follow her online at www.phoebenorth.com.
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Stephanie Burgis grew up in East Lansing, Michigan, but now lives in Wales, surrounded by mountains, castles, and cake shops. Her trilogy of Regency fantasy adventures began with KAT, INCORRIGIBLE, which – under its UK title, A MOST IMPROPER MAGICK – won the 2011 Waverton Good Read award for Best […]
Kate Hall is a speculative fiction writer and graduate of the 2013 Odyssey Writing Workshop. She lives in Minneapolis, MN with her husband, cats, lots of tea, and a great many books. As well as Inscription, her fiction has been featured in Penumbra eMagazine.