Dana Vickerson can be found in the concrete confines of Dallas, though she’s most comfortable deep in the woods where she loves to sit and listen to the symphony of nature. When not crafting buildings, writing stories, or painting weird 3D-printed sculptures, Dana can be found analyzing horror movies with her husband or making elaborate paper dolls for her daughters. She’s a slush reader for Apex Magazine and an active member of HWA and SFWA. Her short fiction appears in Zooscape, Reckoning, Dark Matter Magazine, and many other places. You can find her on Twitter @dmvickerson.
Dawn Vogel writes across many sub-genres of speculative fiction, depending on what mood strikes her. By day, she edits reports for historians and archaeologists. In her alleged spare time, she runs a craft business, co-runs a small press, and tries to find time for writing. Her steampunk adventure series, Brass and Glass, is available from DefCon One Publishing. She is a member of Broad Universe, SFWA, and Codex Writers. She lives in Seattle with her husband, author Jeremy Zimmerman, and their herd of cats. Visit her at http://historythatneverwas.com.
Erin K. Wagner is a professor by trade, a medievalist by discipline, and a writer of speculative fiction by design.
She lives in upstate New York, a storied and story-making place, but her roots are in Appalachia, planted in rural southeast Ohio. Presently, she teaches an array of literature and composition courses in the SUNY system as an associate professor.
Her fiction is interested in examining how humans explain the inexplicable, and her writing has appeared in a number of magazines, including Apex, Clarkesworld, and Nightmare. Her second novella, An Unnatural Life, was released by Tor.com, and her short story collection is forthcoming from Aqueduct Press. She is an active member of SFWA. Her website is www.erinkwagner.com.
KT Wagner writes short speculative fiction, loves to knit and is a collector of strange plants, weird trivia and obscure tomes. Her work is published and podcast with Pulp Literature, Cloud Lake Literary, Sylvia Magazine, Neo-opsis, Cosmic Horror Monthly, Toasted Cake and more. KT graduated from Simon Fraser University's Writers Studio in 2015 (Southbank 2013). She organizes writer events and works to create literary community. KT can be found online at www.northernlightsgothic.com and @KT_Wagner.
Marcus Whalbring is the author of A Concert of Rivers from Milk & Cake Press, as well as How to Draw Fire from Finishing Line Press and Just Flowers from Crooked Steeple Press. A graduate of the MFA program at Miami University, his poems and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in, Strange Horizons, Space & Time, Illumen, The Dread Machine, Abyss & Apex, Spaceports and Spidersilk, Cortland Review, Pittsburgh Quarterly, Spry, and Underwood Press, among others. He’s a high school teacher, a father, and a husband. You can connect with him via twitter at @marcuswhalbring and learn more about his work at https://marcuswhalbring.wpcomstaging.com/poetry/.
Valo Wing (they/them) is a professional funeral singer who writes about unapologetically unhinged lesbians with velvet blazer obsessions. They are a Pitch Wars 2021 alum and Futurescapes Writers’ Workshop 2022 graduate. Their short fiction is published in Dread Stone Press and forthcoming from Brigids Gate Press. You can find them on Twitter @valo_wing.
Kevin Martens Wong is the gay, non-binary Kabesa (Leader) of the Kristang / Portuguese-Eurasian community in the Republic of Singapore, and the Omimerliang (Merlionsman) and Tigrisoneru (Dreamtiger) of Pulau Ujong: a living human magnamakara or psychoemotional gate guardian supporting the psychoemotional well-being of all peoples regardless of race, language, religion or sexuality as an independent scholar, teacher and speculative fiction writer. He is the developer of the Osura Pesuasang, the Kristang theory of human individuation collected in the Libru Laranja or Orange Book (merlionsman.com/the-orange-book), and publishes new plays, poetry and prose in English and Kristang at Tigri sa Chang (tigrisachang.substack.com).
Thomas Zimmerman (he/him) teaches English, directs the Writing Center, and edits The Big Windows Review at Washtenaw Community College, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. His poems have appeared recently in Sledgehammer, The Sparrow’s Trombone, and Spellbinder. Find him at @bwr_tom.
Elizabeth Zuckerman has loved mythology since before she knew how to pronounce “Aphrodite.” Her fiction has appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, NonBinary Review, Timeless Tales Magazine, TANSTAAFL’s anthology Witches, Warriors, and Wyverns, and Footnote, where she was long-listed for the Charter Oak Award. She also read the audiobook for Kassandra Flamouri’s The Chalice and the Crown, in case you wondered what good her theater degree ever did her. She lives in Philadelphia with a charming trickster, makes doll clothes when she needs something to do with her hands, and occasionally livetweets movies at @LizCanTweet.
Miriam Allen deFord (August 21, 1888 – February 22, 1975) was a novelist and short fiction writer with works published in Analog, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Galaxy Science Fiction, and many others. A women's suffrage and birth control activist, she later became a follower of Charles Fort, dedicating herself to the study of paranormal phenomena.