Current Supporters Directory

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First Name Last Name Website Bio Available as a speaker?
Danielle Ackley-McPhail http://www.sidhenadaire.com Award-winning author and editor Danielle Ackley-McPhail has worked both sides of the publishing industry for longer than she cares to admit. In 2014 she joined forces with husband Mike McPhail and friend Greg Schauer to form her own publishing house, eSpec Books (www.especbooks.com). Her published works include six novels, Yesterday's Dreams, Tomorrow's Memories, Today’s Promise, The Halfling’s Court, The Redcaps’ Queen, and Baba Ali and the Clockwork Djinn, written with Day Al-Mohamed. She is also the author of the solo collections A Legacy of Stars, Consigned to the Sea, Flash in the Can, and Transcendence, the non-fiction writers’ guide, The Literary Handyman, and is the senior editor of the Bad-Ass Faeries anthology series, Gaslight & Grimm, Dragon’s Lure, and In an Iron Cage. Her short stories are included in numerous other anthologies and collections. She is a member of Broad Universe, a writer’s organization focusing on promoting the works of women authors in the speculative genres. In addition to her literary acclaim, she crafts and sells original costume horns under the moniker The Hornie Lady, at literary conventions, on commission, and wholesale. Danielle lives in New Jersey with husband and fellow writer, Mike McPhail and three extremely spoiled cats. She can be found on Facebook (Danielle Ackley-McPhail) and Twitter (DMcPhail, BadAssFaeries, eSpecBooks, and TheHornieLady). To learn more about her work, visit www.sidhenadaire.com, www.especbooks.com or www.badassfaeries.com. Yes
Mary Alexandra Agner http://www.pantoum.org See author website
Melisse Aires https://melisseairesbooks.com Take a shy bookworm from Montana. Hand her a stack of her much older brother’s sci-fi and fantasy novels, James Bond books and horror comics. Later, introduce Barbara Cartland and the world of romance fiction. Get her a teaching job or two in authentic, one room Montana schools, ala Laura Ingels Wilder. Marry her off to a great guy, move her to a big city in Tornado Alley, then pop three daughters out of her in twenty two months(one set of identical twins). Then, make her a jinx–every great genre TV show she loves gets the ax– Beauty and the Beast, Dark Angel–and Buffy and Spike never have a happy ending! She gets upset about no romance in the world, and fires up to write her own stories with happy endings. Throw this all together into a small house in Wyoming, along with a small bouncy dog named Baxter and too many cats, shake constantly and pour it out onto a computer keyboard. There! You have me, Melisse Aires.
Day Al-Mohamed http://www.DayAlMohamed.com/wordpress Day Al-Mohamed is an author, filmmaker, and disability advisor. She is co-author of the novel Baba Ali and the Clockwork Djinn from DarkQuest Books, editor of the anthology, Trust & Treachery, and is a regular host on Idobi Radio's Geek Girl Riot with an audience of more than 80,000 listeners. Her stories have appeared in Fireside Fiction, Apex Magazine, and GrayHaven Comics. Her murder mystery novella "The Blind Archivist" comes out Summer 2019 from Falstaff Press. Day is a Docs in Progress Film Fellowship alumna and a graduate of the VONA/Voices Writing Workshop. The Invalid Corps, her first film in the role of director, has been accepted for screening both in the United States and abroad. Her short story, The Lesser Evil was nominated for the WSFA Small Press Award for Best Short Fiction of 2015. However, she is most proud of being invited to teach a workshop on storytelling at the White House in February 2016. A disability policy executive with more than fifteen years of experience, she presents often on the representation of disability in media, most recently for the National Bar Association, at New York Comic Con, and at SXSW. She lives in Washington DC with her wife, N.R. Brown. You can find her online at DayAlMohamed.com and on Twitter @DayAlMohamed. Yes
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K.G. Anderson http://writerway.com/fiction Karen G. Anderson, writing as K.G. Anderson, is a Seattle-based writer of everything from branded content and humor columns to SF, fantasy, political satire and horror (the last two often combined). She attended Viable Paradise and Taos Toolbox as well as Cascade Writers and one-day workshops offered through Clarion West. Educated on the Eastern seaboard, she now lives in Seattle with bookseller Tom Whitmore, many cats, and 48 blueberry bushes. For information on her publications, check out her author website. Yes
Marie Andreas http://marieandreas.com/ See author website Yes
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Melanie Ansley http://www.melanieansley.com See author website No
J.A. Antonio https://theexxtinction.com/ See author website Yes
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Inanna Arthen http://inannaarthen.com See author website Yes
Louisa Bacio http://www.LouisaBacio.com See author website Yes
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Priscilla Ballou See author website No
Barany
Kate Baray http://www.katebaray.com/ Kate Baray writes urban & paranormal fantasy, frequently with a romantic twist. She writes and lives in Austin, Texas with her pack of pointers and a bloodhound. Kate has worked as an attorney, a manager, a tractor sales person, and a dog trainer, but writing is her passion. When she’s not writing, she volunteers with a search and rescue team, sweeps up hairy dust bunnies, and watches British mysteries. Kate also writes contemporary fantasy romance as Cate Lawley and thrillers as K.D. Baray. Connect with Kate! Facebook: /KateBaray Twitter: @KateBarayAuthor Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/WD6UD Yes
Barbara A. Barnett http://babarnett.com Barbara A. Barnett is a writer, musician, orchestra librarian, Odyssey Writing Workshop graduate, coffee addict, wine lover, and all-around geek. Her short fiction has appeared in publications such as Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, Daily Science Fiction, and Flash Fiction Online. Barbara lurks about the Philadelphia area, where she lives with her husband and a pantsless stuffed monkey named Super Great. You can find her online at www.babarnett.com. Yes
R.S. Beck https://www.rsbeck.com See author website Yes
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E.C. Bell http://www.eileenbell.com/ See author website
Olivia Berrier https://www.oliviaberrier.com/ Olivia Berrier is often clueless and always shoeless. She left behind many footprints at Hollins University in Virginia, where she studied Creative Writing and Mathematics. After college, her bare feet have carried her through many experiences, but her life remains anchored by writing. Olivia writes fantasy fiction, sometimes with a mathematical inclination, and has been dropping stories like breadcrumbs across the Internet since 2007. When she is not writing (and sometimes also when she is writing) Olivia is in love with candles, tea, yoga, running, snail-mail correspondence, napping, and memorizing the decimals of Pi. She also loves connecting with people who share her love for the written word and the singular magic that it creates. Yes
Elizabeth Black https://www.amazon.com/author/elizabethblack Elizabeth Black writes erotic fiction. She uses the pseudonym E. A. Black to write dark fiction and horror. Her erotic fiction has been published by Xcite Books (U. K.), Cleis Press, House Of Erotica (U. K.), Circlet Press, Ravenous Romance, Scarlet Magazine (U. K.), and other publishers. Her dark fiction and horror have appeared in Kizuna: Fiction For Japan, Stupefying Stories, Zippered Flesh 2: More Tales Of Body Enhancements Gone Bad, Midnight Movie Creature Feature 2, Teeming Terrors, The Journal for the New England Horror Writers Vol. 3, Voluted Tales, and Mirages: Tales From Authors Of The Macabre (edited by Trent Zelazny). She also works as a non-fiction sex and relationships writer. Her articles about sex, erotica, and relationships have appeared in Good Vibrations Magazine, Alternet, CarnalNation, the Ms. Magazine Blog, Sexis Magazine, On The Issues, Sexy Mama Magazine, and Circlet blog. She also writes sex toys reviews for several sex toys companies. She has appeared as a speaker at numerous conventions including Balticon, Arisia, NoVaCon, SheVaCon, JohnCon, and two Worldcons. Visit her on the web at https://www.amazon.com/author/elizabethblack (erotic fiction) and http://amazon.com/author/eablack. She lives on the Massachusetts coast with her husband, son, and three cats. The beach calls to her every day, and she takes inspiration from it. Yes
Jennifer Blackstream http://jenniferblackstream.com/ See author website Yes
RJ Blain https://thesneakykittycritic.com RJ Blain suffers from a Moleskine journal obsession, a pen fixation, and a terrible tendency to pun without warning. In her spare time, she daydreams about being a spy. Her contingency plan involves tying her best of enemies to spinning wheels and quoting James Bond villains until satisfied. Yes
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Roxanne Bland See author website. No
Lucy Blue https://www.lucybluewrites.com/ See author website Yes
Keyan Bowes https://keyanbowes.com See author website No
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Sue Burke https://sueburke.site/ I’m a writer and translator who has lived in Milwaukee, Austin, Madrid, and now in Chicago. I’ve published short stories, poems, and articles in a variety of magazines and anthologies, and my novel "Semiosis" was be published by Tor in February 2018. Yes
Burnett
Jeannie Burt https://www.jeannieburt.com/ See author website Yes
DeAnna Cameron http://www.DeAnnaCameron.com See author website No
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Candace Carrabus http://www.candacecarrabus.com Carrabus writes from the Lincoln County, Missouri farm she shares with her husband and daughter. A scoliosis diagnosis at age 11 changed her life. A horse lover from a young age, she signed up for riding lessons and learned much more than posting trot. With quiet power, horses provided comfort and a sympathetic ear, never judging or poking fun at her cumbersome back brace. Those years, though often difficult, taught Candace the value of persistence, the healing power of believing in oneself, and how strength can be gained through kindness. Her stories are imbued with the irresistible wonder, mystery, and solace her equine friends have provided. Yes
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Mary Castillo https://marycastillo.com See authorIt is no wonder that Mary Castillo is a paranormal mystery and romance author. She grew up in a haunted house. Her mom once found her in the closet talking to the nicest lady who had a daughter and two sons. Mary was the only person in the closet and the more questions her mom asked, the plainer it was that her then three-year-old child described the previous (and deceased) resident of their house! Mary grew up in the same town as the psychic detective of her paranormal mystery series, Dori Orihuela. She even “gave” Dori her dream home, a three-story white Edwardian mansion based on a real historic property. (And no, there are no bootleggers buried in their backyard!) Also, Mary made Dori a tough, smart robbery detective because Mary has discovered from practical experience as a former reporter that she is not cop material. She likes to think that Dori is a psychic version of Wonder Woman! With her degree in history, Mary also loves to find and share untold histories such as bootlegging women and no-nonsense World War II era nurses. Mary’s background is in marketing, public relations, and journalism, proving that yes, you can make a living as a writer! Combining her love of the paranormal with historical, Gothic fiction is a dream come true. Mary now writes the books she loves to read—chilling, psychic suspense novels with sexy heroes and courageous heroines. However, her current home in Orange County, California is not haunted. website Yes
Amanda Cherry http://www.thegingervillain.com See author website Yes
LJ Cohen http://www.ljcohen.net Yes
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Ceara Comeau http://www.amberoakmysteries.com/ See author website Yes
Elizabeth Crowens http://www.elizabethcrowens.com Author of award-winning The Time Traveler Professor, Books One and Two. Worked in the film and television for over twenty years and as a journalist and a photographer. She’s a regular contributor of author interviews to an award-winning online speculative fiction magazine, Black Gate. Short stories of hers have been published in the Bram Stoker Awards nominated anthology, A New York State of Fright and Hell’s Heart. She’s a member of Mystery Writers of America, The Horror Writers Association, Romance Writers of America, the Authors Guild, Broad Universe, Sisters in Crime and a member of several Sherlockian societies. She is also writing a Hollywood suspense series. Yes
Crumpler
Carole Cummings http://carolecummings.com/ See author website No
Diana Davis 2017 Futurescapes, 2016 Viable Paradise, 2015 Taos Toolbox. Yes
Patricia V Davis http://www.TheSecretSpice.com Author of The Secret Spice Cafe book series, a trilogy of magical realism novels set aboard the haunted RMS Queen Mary. COOKING FOR GHOSTS (2016) SPELLS & OREGANO (2017) and DEMONS, WELL-SEASONED (2019) Published by HD Media Press, Cedar Fort Press, Plus One Press. Yes
Claire Davon http://www.clairedavon.com See author website Yes
Dawn
Julie C. Day http://stillwingingit.com/ Julie C. Day has over two dozen stories published magazines such as Interzone, Black Static, Farrago’s Wainscot, and Electric Velocipede. Her first collection is forthcoming from PS Publishing. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Southern Maine and a Masters of Science in Microbiology from the University of Massachusetts. For collection pre-order information and other such madnesses, signup for Julie's quarterly newsletter at www.stillwingingit.com. You can also find Julie on Twitter and Instagram @thisjulieday. Yes
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Ef Deal Ef Deal has been writing speculative fiction and poetry since she was 9 years old. She majored in French and English, and taught English for 31 years. In that time, she has published with the Fortean Bureau, Eternity Online, Silver Blade Magazine, Flashshots, and the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Yes
Ellen Denham http://denham.virtualave.net See author website Yes
George DeVein http://www.irishfilm.net/RJ/ George studied software engineering at The University of Massachusetts and opera at New England Conservatory. Her first published works were how-to books to replace the unfathomable manuals that came with software packages. The inspiration to write "Renfield’s Journal" came while performing in an original adaptation of "Dracula" with MIT’s Gilbert and Sullivan Players. The director, having seen George’s work in Women on Top, cast her in the male role of Renfield. She began to write Renfield’s diary entries and thought it would make an interesting book. Her agent loved the idea and Raymond McNally, author of "In Search of Dracula," personally encouraged her to write the book. Thus, "Renfield’s Journal" was born. George lives in the Boston area with two cats, Bruno (pictured on the cover of RJ) and Bumbelina (Bumpy) world’s cutest tiger-cat. Yes
Cynthia Diamond http://www.CynthiaDiamondAuthor.com See author website Yes
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Carol Anne Douglas httP://www.CarolAnneDouglas.com Carol Anne Douglas is the author of a young adult fantasy novel, Merlin's Shakespeare, and two other fantasy novels, Lancelot: Her Story and Lancelot and Guinevere. She's working on fantasy YAs. She worked on the feminist pub off our backs for many years. No
Marissa Doyle https://www.marissadoyle.com Marissa Doyle graduated from Bryn Mawr College and went on to graduate school intending to be an archaeologist, but somehow got distracted. Eventually she figured out what she was really supposed to be doing and started writing. She’s channeled her inner history geekiness into a successful young adult historical fantasy series (the Leland Sisters from Holy BYR/Macmillan), and is now also happily writing fantasy of various types for teens and adults. She lives in her native Massachusetts with her family, including a bossy but adorable pet rabbit, and loves quilting, gardening, and collecting antiques. Oh, and coffee. Please visit her at her website, www.marissadoyle.com, and at her history blog, NineteenTeen http://nineteenteen.com.
Patrick Dugan http://www.patrickdugan.net See author website Yes
J Rowan Dunaway Lives in NC by the way of Kentucky, Hawaii and Florida. Writes speculative fiction - horror, sci-fi and historical fiction. Yes
Sarah Ettritch https://www.sarahettritch.com Sarah Ettritch writes science fiction, fantasy, and mystery stories featuring female main characters. She’s a certified story junkie who spends more time than she should making stuff up, reading, watching stories on Netflix, and pretending to be other people in role-playing games. Sarah lives in Kingston, Canada. To find out more about her, visit sarahettritch.com. No
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T.W. Fendley https://www.twfendley.com T.W. Fendley is an award-winning author whose published works include Zero Time, a historical fantasy novel for adults, and The Labyrinth of Time, a young adult contemporary fantasy novel. Teresa's short stories are available on Kindle and Audible. She fell in love with ancient American cultures while researching story ideas at the 1997 Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers’ Workshop. Since then, she’s trekked to archeological sites in the Yucatan, Peru, and American Southwest. She serves on the board of the St. Louis Writers Guild and is a member of the Missouri Writers Guild and Broad Universe. When she’s not writing, Teresa explores the boundaries of consciousness through remote viewing and shamanism. She currently lives near St. Louis with her artist husband and his pet fish. No
Patricia Flaherty Pagan http://patriciaflahertypagan.com Patricia Flaherty Pagan is a talkative introvert who likes reading and writing about tenacious women. She is the author of Trail Ways Pilgrims: Stories (The Crossroads Collection #1) and Enduring Spirit: Stories (The Crossroads Collection #2). She is the editor of Up, Do: Flash Fiction by Women Writers, Approaching Footsteps, In The Questions, and Eve’s Requiem, as well as a writer of award winning literary and crime short stories. Pagan teaches creative writing at Writespace and through author’s associations across Texas. In 2013, after receiving her MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College, she founded Spider Road Press. Although she might be biased, Pagan is pretty sure she adopted the world’s coolest kid. Learn more about her at www.patriciaflahertypagan.com. Follow her on Twitter: @PFwriteright. Yes
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Valerie Estelle Frankel http://www.vefrankel.com Valerie Estelle Frankel has won a Dream Realm Award, an Indie Excellence Award, and a USA Book News National Best Book Award for her Henry Potty parodies. She's the author of about 70 books on pop culture, including Doctor Who - The What, Where, and How, Sherlock: Every Canon Reference You May Have Missed in BBC's Series 1-3, History, Homages and the Highlands: An Outlander Guide, and How Game of Thrones Will End. Many of her books focus on women's roles in fiction, from her heroine's journey guides From Girl to Goddess and Buffy and the Heroine's Journey to books like Women in Game of Thrones and The Many Faces of Katniss Everdeen. Once a lecturer at San Jose State University, she's a frequent speaker at conferences. Come explore her research at www.vefrankel.com. Yes
Jayne Fury http://www.jaynefury.com I was born in suburban NY, I moved West because I’m claustrophobic. I’m left handed, I reckoned the left coast would work out. I’ve lived out here since I finished uni where I studied modern language to be a teacher. I did a year in Italy for that at the American University of Rome. I first moved to the desert Southwest which was lovely but hot. Damn hot. Now I’m in the damp and temperate Pacific Northwest where I hike whenever I can and keep chickens on my little urban “farm”. I’m a graphic designer by trade and do all of my own book covers. Factoids: I had a lunar lander on my 7th birthday cake because the men had walked on the moon only the day before… for the first time. This Christmas my grown children got me Star Trek admiral pips. TNG, in case you were wondering. I have a strong sense of whimsy reflected by the Star Trek garden gnomes that sit on my desk reminding me to write or die. The gnome Gorn is especially convincing. I have an obsession with colored pens. I was once a personal chef. I blog as often as I can about women and archetypes in a series called Femme Friday (jaynefury.com) and invite other authors to guest and talk about their strong female characters. Check us out on Fridays at the blog. In 2013 I walked from Léon to Santiago de Campostela, Spain. I did it again in the Spring of 2015 and walked from St Jean Pied de Port, France back to Santiago. It’s a long walk along the ancient pilgrimage trail of St James. I have been gathering materials for a historical romance series set along The Way. Also, it’s a great excuse to eat jamon and cheese all day and not gain weight. No
MJ Gardner http://mjgardner.com MJ Gardner is a web developer by day, who lays in bed at night and wonders, what if....? Her stories have been published in Mad Scientist Journal, Luna Station Quarterly, Plan B and Saturday Night Reader. She self-published her first novel, Evelyn's Journal in 2015 and the sequel, Joe Vampire, in 2017. MJ GardnerGardner has an undergrad degree in English and Classics (Greek & Roman studies) and wrote her Master's thesis on The Vampire in English Literature. She taught English literature and technical writing at the post secondary level. Gardner currently lives in Windsor, Ontario, Canada with her partner of 19 years and her cat Zoom. She is also the virtual curator of The Suicide Museum. Yes
Pamela Gay http://starstryder.com See author website Yes
Carrie Gessner http://www.carriegessner.com Carrie Gessner received a BA in English from Carnegie Mellon University and an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. She writes fantasy and science fiction, and her novels include The Stroke of Thirteen and The Dying of the Golden Day, the first installment in an epic fantasy trilogy. She’s the owner of Sky Forest Press, a micropress that publishes science fiction and fantasy novels with female protagonists. Yes
Jason Gilbert https://jasonhgilbert.com/ Jason the author of The Rifle Chronicles series, The Clockworks of War series, and he also has stories in multiple anthologies. His stories are Alternate History with an Urban Fantasy and Horror element set in worlds of the supernatural, steam, and gears! You can check out his writing at www.jasonhgilbert.com! When he’s not writing stories, he’s watching crap cinema that would make your toes curl. Jason is the man behind Fail-Flix, a review site that tackles the best of the worst films with all the grace of a rabid water buffalo in an antique China shop. He also managed to collect a few favorites in his movie guide, Bad Movie Beware! Grab a few laughs at www.fail-flix.com! Yes
Venessa Giunta http://www.VenessaGiunta.com A writer of weird things, an editrix extraordinaire, and a little bit of a nerd. The kind of evil that inspires hugs. Yes
Cate Glass https://www.categlass.com/ Cate Glass is a pen name for Colorado author Carol Berg. Carol is a former software engineer whose hobby of writing fantasy novels has taken her in directions she never expected. Since her first novel Transformation was published in 2000, she has garnered international acclaim for her intelligent stories, complex characters, and lyrical prose. Most recently she published An Illusion of Thieves, a novel of the Chimera. Yes
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Rebecca Gomez Farrell http://RebeccaGomezFarrell.com Rebecca Gomez Farrell writes all the speculative fiction genres she can conjure up. Her first fantasy novel, Wings Unseen, debuted in August 2017 from Meerkat Press. Her other works have been published in over 20 anthologies and magazines including Dark Luminous Wings, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Fright into Flight. Becca co-leads the 400-member strong East Bay Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Meetup group and organizes a chapter of the national Women Who Submit writing organization, which encourages female writers to send their work out for publication. She also co-moderates a couple of Facebook groups for female-identifying writers and is a regular participant in the literary reading scene. Becca’s food, drink, and travel blog, theGourmez.com, has garnered multiple accolades and influences every tasty bite of her fictional worldbuilding. Fiction Website: RebeccaGomezFarrell.com. Social Media: @theGourmez. Yes
Alexa Grave
Mattthew Graybosch https://www.matthewgraybosch.com See author website
Sacchi Green http://sacchi-green.blogspot.com You can fill this in later if you prefer. No
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Liz Green http://www.lizdemigreen.com See author website Yes
April Grey http://aprilgreywrites.com/ See author website Yes
Sarah Grey https://www.sarahgrey.net
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Susan Griffith http://www.clayandsusangriffith.com/ ABOUT US We are a married couple who have written together for nearly two decades. Our credits include novels such as the VAMPIRE EMPIRE series (Pyr Books) and the CROWN & KEY trilogy (Del Rey). We've written numerous short stories for anthologies, some featuring noted genre characters such as Kolchak the Night Stalker and The Phantom. We have also scripted comics including The Tick, The Simpsons, Allan Quatermain, and Vincent Price Presents. And we've written scripts for the television/web series Monster Creature Feature. We met one day at a bookstore over a copy of The Uncanny X-Men #201. Later we were married in Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh, Scotland. We share a love of romantic pulp adventure and classic movies. Susan is a native of upstate New York and a graduate in SUNY-Albany in English. Clay is from North Carolina and has a master's degree in African History from NC State University. Yes
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Allegra Gulino http://www.convergenceepic.com I am an up and coming author of the Convergence Epic. It is a Sci-Fi journey about a progressive General striving to change an oppressive Empire from the inside. See author website Yes
Carol Gyzander http://carolgyzanderauthor.com See author website No
Naomi H https://asinclinationleadsme.wordpress.com/ See author website No
Susan Hamilton https://www.susankhamilton.com/ By day, Susan is a mild-mannered employee communications manager. By night (or any other time she can grab a few minutes to write) she is a fantasy and fiction author. Her most recent novel, Shadow King, was released in October 2018 from Inkshares and her next book, The Devil Inside, is in production and should release by the end of 2019. She also recently had her first short story published in the ESCAPE! Anthology from Writers Bloc. Susan lives outside of Boston, MA with her husband, cat, and borrowed horse. When she's not writing, chances are, you'll find her at the barn. Yes
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Heidi Hanley https://www.facebook.com/heidihanleyauthor/ See author website No
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Lisanne Harrington http://www.lisanneharrington.com See author website Yes
Jed Hartman See author website No
Megan Haskell http://www.meganhaskell.com See author website Yes
Morgan Hazelwood https://morganhazelwood.com Morgan Hazelwood is a fantasy novelist who blogs about writing tips and writerly musings. She likes taking pictures of the sky, reading a good book, and ambi-verting from her living room. She's also a voice for the fairy-tale audio drama: Anansi Storytime and its sister podcast: Legendsmith. She's been known to procrati-clean her whole house and alphabetize other people's bookshelves. Yes
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A.R. Henle https://www.arhenle.com See author website
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K. M. Herkes https://dawnrigger.com See author website Yes
Laurel Anne Hill http://www.laurelannehill.com Laurel Anne Hill's award-winning novel, "Heroes Arise," was published by KOMENAR in 2007. Her published short stories and nonfiction pieces total forty and have appeared in a variety of publications (most recently in "Fault Zone," "A Bard Day's Knight," "Horror Addicts Guide to Life," and "Shanghai Steam"). "Shanghai Steam," nominated for an Aurora Award in 2013, is recommended by "Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction." Laurel has served as a writing workshop mentor and/or panelist at many science fiction/fantasy conventions since 2007. She is the Literary Stage Manager for the annual San Mateo County Fair, a speaker, writing contest judge, and occasional proofreader/assistant copy editor. For more about her go to http://www.laurelannehill.com. Yes
Lee Hillman Lee C. Hillman is a contributing editor and author in the Bad-Ass Faeries series (Dark Quest Books), as well as the anthology, TV Gods (Fortress Publishing). As Gwendolyn Grace, she is also a singer-songwriter, an avid fanfiction author, and a conference planner. In her third alter-ego, Lee Carter Browne, she is a theatrical and radio (voice) actor. She is the President of HPEF, Inc., an organization that produced Harry Potter conventions between 2003 and 2012. She is also a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism. Since September, 2008, she was a player-author and moderator in the journal-based role-playing game, HP Alternity, on Dreamwidth.org, which reached its planned conclusion in September, 2015. She is currently obsessed with "Hamilton! An American Musical", which has renewed her love for all things American Revolutionary War. Yes
Janka Hobbs http://jankahobbs.com/ See author website
Mercy Hollow https://www.mercyhollow.com See author website Yes
Alledria Hurt http://www.alledriahurt.com See author website Yes
Rebecca Inch-Partridge http://www.ripartridge.com Rebecca Inch-Partridge has always loved entertaining friends and family members with stories from her wild imagination. She created an entire fictitious star cluster called the Paraxous complete with over 50 worlds and 16 races. She recently completed her first Paraxous Cluster novel and is shopping it to agents and editors. She works as a freelance editor and is a slush-pile reader for Amazing Stories magazine. She’s had multiple stories published in small press and online magazines. Her story “Babies and Bugs” recently appeared in Nova Science Fiction. She has received Honorable Mention in the Writers of the Future contest 4 times. She invites you to read or listen to some of her short stories on her website www.ripartridge.com. While there, be sure to sign up for her Chapter of the Week Club so you can read her Nuclear Apocalyptic novel SURVIVING THE FALL for free. Yes
Elaine Isaak http://www.theDarkApostle.com Elaine Isaak is the author of The Singer's Crown (Eos, 2005), and its sequels, as well as the "Tales of Bladesend" epic novellas comprising Joenna's Ax in full-length, and Winning the Gallows Field. As E. C. Ambrose, she writes "The Dark Apostle" historical fantasy novels about medieval surgery, which began with Elisha Barber (DAW 2013), and continue with Elisha Magus (2014), Elisha Rex (2015), and two forthcoming volumes. Her short fiction has won the Tenebris Press Flash Fiction contest and appeared in the New Hampshire Pulp Fiction series, Fireside magazine and Uncle John's Bathroom Reader. A graduate of the Odyssey Speculative Fiction workshop, she has returned to teach there as well. In addition to writing and teaching about writing, Elaine works part time as an adventure guide and rock climbing instructor. Yes
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Rand Jeffries See author website No
L.S. Johnson http://traversingz.com I write speculative fiction. My work has appeared in Year's Best Weird Fiction, Strange Horizons, GigaNotoSaurus, and other venues. My self-published collection, Vacui Magia: Stories, won the 2nd Annual North Street Book Prize and was a finalist for the World Fantasy Award; I have also published the gothic novellas Harkworth Hall and Leviathan (June 2018). In my other life I proofread and index books, skills carried over from 12 years as a production manager for art catalogues and textbooks. Yes
Anne Johnson http://AnneEJohnson.com See author website Yes
Mary Brock Jones http://www.marybrockjones.com/ Welcome to my worlds. I write science fiction and New Zealand-set historical romance novels, tales of adventure in the far off days of the gold rushes. A time when dreams reigned supreme. and the only costs of victory were hardship and hope. My romances always end happily, even if the journey can get quite bumpy. As for my science fiction: they may or may not have a romantic element, and the ending is what it is. Some are dark, some not so dark. Some short, some long; some with a happy ending, others definitely not. For the future is another world, infinitely variable, and so is the imagination. When anything is possible, darkness or light come as they may. No
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JD Jordan http://www.o-jd.com JD Jordan is the award-winning author of the acclaimed scifi-western novel, Calamity: Being an Account of Calamity Jane and Her Gunslinging Green Man—and has also been featured in Creative Loafing, The Grantville Gazette, The International Journal of the Book, Newsweek, Paste, and Smashing Magazine. He is also an award-winning graphic designer, design educator, and historian with experience working with some of the biggest agencies and brands in the Southeast. He is co-founder of J+E Productions and the design director of MaxMedia. JD is a member of the SFWA, Broad Universe, and is represented by The Zack Company. Yes
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