Kimberly Christensen

Kimberly lives, writes, waves protest signs, and keeps bees in Seattle with her husband, two children and an assortment of animal companions. She cosplays General Organa and loves any story where smart and ethical defeat evil.

Emmie Christie

Emmie Christie's work tends to hover around the topics of feminism, mental health, cats, and the speculative such as unicorns and affordable healthcare. She has been published in Flash Fiction Online, Zooscape, and Three-Lobed Burning Eye. She graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a Bachelor's in Creative Writing and attended the Odyssey Writing Workshop in 2013. She narrates audiobooks for Audible and loves bringing stories to life out loud as well as on the page. You can find her work at or follow her on Twitter @EmmieChristie33.

Danai Christopoulou

Danai Christopoulou writes mythpunk SFF and Romance inspired by her heritage (Greek, Egyptian, and Romanian) as well as her experiences living abroad as a queer, neurodivergent femme, and a journalist. Danai's non-fiction writing has appeared in several women's and lifestyle magazines in Europe and in the US since 2008. She is a submissions editor for Uncanny magazine and a QueeryFest mentor. Her short fiction is published or forthcoming in Etherea Magazine and Khōréō Magazine, and her novel-length work is represented by Lauren Bieker of FinePrint Literary.

P.A. Cornell

P.A. Cornell is a Chilean-Canadian speculative fiction writer who penned her first science-fiction story as a third-grade assignment (for those curious, it was about shape-shifting aliens). A member of SFWA and graduate of the Odyssey writing workshop, her short fiction has appeared in several professional anthologies and genre magazines. Her novella Lost Cargo is forthcoming from Mocha Memoirs Press. A complete bibliography can be found at

Brandon Crilly

An Ottawa teacher by day, Brandon Crilly has been previously published by Daily Science Fiction, Fusion Fragment, PULP Literature, Flame Tree Publishing and other markets. In 2021, he co-founded Bag of Giving, a monthly Twitch series where authors play TTRPGs for charity. He’s also an Aurora Award-nominated podcaster, conference organizer for Can*Con, and regularly has too many D&D campaign ideas than he could ever fit into his schedule. His debut novel Catalyst will be published by Atthis Arts in Fall 2022. Find him at or on Twitter @B_Crilly.

Jennifer Crow

Shy and nocturnal, Jennifer Crow has never been photographed in the wild, but it's rumored that she lives near a waterfall in western New York. Her work has appeared in a number of print and electronic venues, including Uncanny Magazine, Asimov's Science Fiction, The Wondrous Real and Analog Science Fiction. Curious readers can catch up with her on Twitter @writerjencrow.

Madalena Daleziou

Madalena Daleziou is a pushcart-nominated Greek author living in Glasgow, where she studied an MLitt in fantasy literature. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Lucent Dreaming, The Deadlands, and the other side of hope, and she is currently seeking representation for her neo-Victorian fantasy novel. She can most often be found in a bookshop or behind a keyboard writing stories with too many ghosts. Follow her on Twitter at @LBooklott.

Lin Darrow

Lin Darrow's fiction, poetry and comics have appeared in anthologies by Air and Nothingness Press, Jessamine Press, Eerie River, Fortuna Media, Valour I and II, In Somnio and QueerSciFi. Her comic Shaderunners, about bootleggers in a greyscale world who steal bottled colour, has been published by Hiveworks since 2015, and a novella was published by Less Than Three Press (Pyre at the Eyreholme Press) in 2018 prior to its closure. She is a two-time Prism Award nominee whose work can be found @linkeepsitreal.

RC deWinter

RC deWinter's poetry is widely anthologized, notably in New York City Haiku (NY Times, 2/2017), easing the edges: a collection of everyday miracles (Patrick Heath Public Library of Boerne, 11/2021) The Connecticut Shakespeare Festival Anthology (River Bend Bookshop Press, 12/2021), 2River, Event, Gargoyle Magazine, the minnesota review, Night Picnic Journal, Plainsongs, Prairie Schooner, Southword, The Ogham Stone, Twelve Mile Review, and York Literary Review, among many others, and appears in numerous online literary journals.

Moustapha Mbacké Diop

Moustapha Mbacké Diop is a speculative fiction writer from Dakar, Senegal. He studies medicine and is obsessed with African mythology, animation and horror films. His work has appeared in Omenana, If There's Anyone Left: Volume 2, and the Africa Risen anthology.