Current Supporters Directory

Click on any category to sort, or use the search to find a Supporter using any keyword.  If it's in our database, you'll get a list of Supporters with that keyword in their profiles.  For instance, you can search for a Supporter who writes fantasy by using the keyword "fantasy" (no quotes).


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First Name Last Name Website Bio Available as a speaker?
Glasser
Mankiller
Bruce
Cantwell
Tipton
Willis
Flowers
Hennig
Priestley
Peters
Murphy
Bryant
Wallace
Arden
Carter
Burnett
Judy Schreibman See author website
Ani
Miller
Pajonas
Romanko
Moleti
Alexa Grave
Ulbrich Almazan
Wooldridge
Dawn
Grotta
Oliver
Shapter
Lundoff
Deal
Kitanidis
Miranda
Kelso
Nye
Petersen Schoonover
Carre
Mary Alexandra Agner http://www.pantoum.org See author website
Ada Milenkovic Brown https://www.facebook.com/ada.brown.9
Rogow
Carter
Albano
Locke
Beecroft
Barany
Janka Hobbs http://jankahobbs.com/ See author website
Hendrick
Sanchez
Thompson
Jankowski
DiSanto
Taylor
Alexander
Ballantine
Stewart
Offutt
Jordan
Lynch
Tudor
Bryson
LeCount Myers
Herald
​Elektra Hammond
Patten
Green
Godfrey
Amy Paul
Harrington
Jackson
Sonnier
Gribble
Archer
Briste
Crumpler
Fedak
Skains
Mooney
Kepner
Rhonda Parrish http://www.rhondaparrish.com Rhonda Parrish is driven by a desire to do All The Things. She founded and ran Niteblade Magazine, is an Assistant Editor at World Weaver Press and is the editor of several anthologies including, most recently, Equus and D is for Dinosaur. In addition, Rhonda is a writer whose work has been in publications such as Tesseracts 17: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast and Imaginarium: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing (2012 & 2015). She also co-wrote a paranormal non-fiction title, Haunted Hospitals, with Mark Leslie. Her website, updated weekly, is at http://www.rhondaparrish.com
Blaine
Collins
Robertson
Peterson
Arrelle
A.R. Henle https://www.arhenle.com See author website
Sarah Grey https://www.sarahgrey.net
Mattthew Graybosch https://www.matthewgraybosch.com See author website
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.
Aiko Smith
E.C. Bell http://www.eileenbell.com/ 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.
Roxanne Bland See author website. No
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
Sacchi Green http://sacchi-green.blogspot.com You can fill this in later if you prefer. No
Leslie Kay Swigart See author website No
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
Jed Hartman See author website No
Christie Meierz http://christiemeierz.com Award-winning author Christie Meierz writes best-selling space opera and science fiction romance set in a civilization of empaths on the edge of a dystopic Earth empire. Her published works include her bestselling debut novel, The Marann, its sequels, and two prequel short stories published in Into Tolari Space ~ The First Contact Stories. Her most recent novel, Farryn’s War, released on September 22, 2015. Christie has spent a night and/or eaten a meal in all 50 U.S. states, plus Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Currently, she lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her mathematician husband and an assortment of stuffies. When she’s not writing, she writes about writing on her blog, Meierz Musings (christiemeierz.com/blog), and Facebook (facebook/christie.meierz and facebook/tolarispace), where she welcomes comments and friend requests. No
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
Dana Rail http://danarail.com Dana's main WIP is a series of speculative fiction thrillers set in the near-future of the Pacific Northwest. No
DeAnna Cameron http://www.DeAnnaCameron.com See author website No
Heidi Hanley https://www.facebook.com/heidihanleyauthor/ See author website No
Carole Cummings http://carolecummings.com/ See author website No
Carol Gyzander http://carolgyzanderauthor.com See author website No
Laura Speare I'm focusing on writing a YA fantasy novel right now. I also right adult short fiction. No
Joanna Weston http://www.joannazweston.com See author website No
Gayle Parness http://www.gayleparness.com See author website No
H. C. Turk http://hcturk.com H. C. Turk is a writer, sound artist, and visual artist. His novels have been published by Villard and Tor. His short fiction, sound pieces, movies, and visual art have appeared in numerous magazines, web-sites, podcasts, and film festivals. No
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
Selina Lovett See author website No
Diana Wilson http://www.dianarosewilson.com See author website No
Sheri Queen https://www.sheriqueen.com/ See author website No
Melanie Ansley http://www.melanieansley.com See author website No
Keyan Bowes https://keyanbowes.com See author website No
David Stokes http://www.guardbridgebooks.co.uk/ Guardbridge Books is a small press located in Scotland publishing science fiction and fantasy as well as some non-fiction. Our fiction includes science fiction and fantasy, as well as other imaginative categories like 'slipstream' and 'new weird'. We like fiction that has strong literary qualities and provokes thought about important ideas, but which is also entertaining to read. We encourage the work of women, minorities, and other authors who might be considered outside the mainstream of traditional publishing. No
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
Rand Jeffries See author website No
Jane Kindred http://www.janekindred.com No
Julie Levy No
Laura Kelly No
Carol A. Park https://carolapark.com/ Carol A. Park is a fantasy author who lives in the Lancaster, PA area with her husband and two young and active boys–which is another way of saying, “adorable vampires.” When not writing or doing other author-y tasks, you can find Carol working at her day job (Support Lead/Docketing Assistant at a patent law firm), chasing her children, dreaming about playing video games again, or reading. Her debut novel, Banebringer, released May 1st 2018. No
Michelle Lowe http://www.michellelowe.net/ See author website No
Naomi H https://asinclinationleadsme.wordpress.com/ See author website No
Priscilla Ballou See author website No
Karen McIntyre See author website No
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