Authors and artists


A little bit about each of our authors and artists.



About Andrew M LeBlanc

Andrew LeBlanc is a writer, stay-at-home dad, and programmer. He lives in New York City where he manages a rooftop garden and searches for strange new foods to eat.

www.andrewmleblanc.com @RobotLeBlanc


Andrew M LeBlanc’s story “Reproduction in a Closed Loop” will be
published on Friday, 5 October 2018.

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About E.A. Brenner

Elizabeth Brenner grew up in Toledo, Ohio and moved to Boston, Massachusetts to get an MFA from Emerson College. She loves hardware stores, making jam, stories about magic spilling everywhere, crochet, travel, and smart jokes. She makes a living as a managing editor for scholarly journals and is a member of the Boston Speculative Fiction writing group. She lives with her husband in Salem, MA.


E.A. Brenner’s story “Familiar in Her Angles” will be
published on Friday, 21 September 2018.

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About Michael Milne

Michael Milne is a writer and teacher living in Switzerland. He has written speculative fiction and overstayed his welcome in coffee shops throughout Canada, China, Korea, and most of continental Europe.

www.michaelmilne.ca, @ironcardigan


Michael Milne’s story “The Yarnball Woman” was
published on Friday, 14 September 2018.

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About Douglas Anstruther

Douglas Anstruther was raised among the long cold winters of Minnesota. At age seven he discovered that there were other worlds beyond our own and was astonished, and frankly disappointed, that no one had thought this important enough to mention earlier – a sentiment he still holds today. At some point he married his lovely wife, Dana, went to medical school, had three very nearly perfect children and moved to Wilmington, North Carolina. When not tending to people’s kidneys, Douglas likes to read, write and talk about history, linguistics, space, AIs, the singularity, and everything in between. He particularly enjoys writing stories that will rattle around in the readers’ head for a while after the last page has been turned.

www.facebook.com/douglasanstruther, @DouglsAnstruthr


Douglas Anstruther’s story “Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost” was
published on Friday, 31 August 2018.

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