Alexander Etheridge has been developing his poems and translations since 1998. His poems have been featured in Wilderness House Literary Review, Ink Sac, Cerasus Journal, The Cafe Review, The Madrigal, Abridged Magazine, Susurrus Magazine, The Journal, and many others. He was the winner of the Struck Match Poetry Prize in 1999.
Eric Farrell (he/his) lives in Long Beach, California, where he works as a beer vendor by day and speculative fiction author by night. His writing credits stem from a career in journalism, where he reported for a host of local and metro newspapers in the greater Los Angeles area. He runs the website stygianspace.com and posts on Twitter @stygianspace. He has recent fiction in Etherea Magazine, Pulp Modern, and Synthetic Reality.
Corey Farrenkopf lives on Cape Cod with his wife, Gabrielle, and works as a librarian. His short stories have been published in Tiny Nightmares, The Southwest Review, Smokelong Quarterly, Catapult, Reckoning, Bourbon Penn, Uncharted, and elsewhere. He is the Fiction Editor for The Cape Cod Poetry Review. To learn more, follow him on twitter @CoreyFarrenkopf or on the web at CoreyFarrenkopf.com.
David Farrow is the author of the bestselling Neverglades series. His work has appeared in Mythaxis Magazine, the LGBT+ horror anthology Black Rainbow, and is forthcoming on the NoSleep Podcast. He holds an MFA in Fiction from Lesley University and teaches with the creative writing non-profit GrubStreet in Boston, MA. You can find him at davidfarrowwrites.com or @davidfarrow5734 on social media.
Mark A. Fisher is a writer, poet, and playwright living in Tehachapi, CA. His poetry has appeared in: Reliquiae, Silver Blade, Eccentric Orbits, and many other places. He was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for his poem “papyrus” in 2016. His first chapbook, drifter, is available from Amazon. His poem “there are fossils” (originally published in Silver Blade) came in second in the 2020 Dwarf Stars Speculative Poetry Competition. His plays have appeared on California stages in Pine Mountain Club, Tehachapi, Bakersfield, and Hayward. He has also won cooking ribbons at the Kern County Fair.
Vanessa Fogg dreams of selkies, dragons, and gritty cyberpunk futures from her home in western Michigan. She spent years as a research scientist in molecular cell biology and now works as a freelance medical writer. Her short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Lightspeed, Podcastle, GigaNotoSaurus, The Future Fire, and Neil Clarke’s The Best Science Fiction of the Year: Volume 4. Her short fantasy novelette, The Lilies of Dawn, is available from Annorlunda Books. A complete bibliography and more can be found at her website www.vanessafogg.com. Vanessa is fueled by green tea.
A. R. Frederiksen is a Danish writer of English speculative fiction, represented by Mollie Glick from CAA. Her short fiction has been published by Factor Four Magazine, Quill and Crow Publishing House, Night Terror Novels, Brigids Gate, Crow and Cross Keys, and more. She lives in Denmark where she works full-time as a copyeditor for ContentAvenue and freelances as a creative writing instructor at South Gate Creative Writing School.
André Geleynse (he/him) is a SFF writer, game master, and architectural technologist from unceded Algonquin Anishinaabeg territory near Ottawa, Ontario. He lives with his wife, two dogs, two cats, two horses, six chickens, and one snake. He is the Publication Manager for Tales & Feathers Magazine, and can occasionally be found on Twitter at @alisterscriven. His fiction has previously appeared in The Sprawl Mag and Wyldblood Press.
Ashley Gilland is a writer, musician, and multimedia artist from Missouri. Her work is published or forthcoming in Dishsoap Quarterly, Defunkt Magazine, Patchwork Lit Mag, and KALEIDOSCOPED MAG, among others. When not writing poetry and philosophical flash fiction, she also loves composing music and embroidering mixed media art projects. Find her music on Spotify and Bandcamp, her art on Instagram and Etsy (@pocketsnailart), and her tweets at @earlgreysnail.
Jenna Glover is a science fiction and fantasy author of short fiction. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Martian Magazine, Daily Science Fiction, Luna Station Quarterly, and Flash Point SF. When she's not writing or reading, she enjoys haunting her local library, trying new recipes, playing video games, and crafting. You can read her work and learn more about her at www.jennaglover.com or follow her on Twitter and Instagram @JennaCGlover.