Elise lives in San Diego, California, where she spends most of her time ignoring the perfect weather to scribble down stories indoors. When she’s not writing, she likes to cultivate her ever-growing collection of fancy wood-case pencils, mechanical typewriters, and crumbly old books.
Chris lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife, daughter, a herd of dogs, and possibly one goat. He does album art for metal bands and writes short fiction. His debut novel, The Phlebotomist, came out on September 8, 2020, from Angry Robot Books. As a civil trial lawyer, he represents people who have been poisoned by negligent corporations.
Allison Brice was born in the deserts of Tucson, Arizona, but currently resides in Washington, DC. In her day job, she attempts to teach people United States history and mostly fails; at night she writes whatever comes to mind. She has never met a cow she did not like.
Charles Schoenfeld is a graduate of the Clarion science fiction & fantasy writers’ workshop, and a past finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contest. He has worked with more than a dozen community theatres in New England, as a leading actor, playwright, director, and fight choreographer. Charles lives in Connecticut with his daughter, Leila, and devotes much of his energy to the pursuit of chocolate cake.
James Rumpel is a retired high school math teacher who has enjoyed spending some of his additional free time trying to turn some of the strange ideas filling his brain into stories. He lives in Wisconsin with his wonderful wife, Mary.
John Adams (he/him/his) is a short-story, stageplay, and screenplay writer. He enjoys creating robust, offbeat worlds populated with teenage detectives, pelican-people, robo-butlers, cursed cowboys, and bear nuns. When not writing, he produces comedy shows and performs across the U.S. with That’s No Movie, a multi-genre improv-comedy team. He lives in the Kansas City area, where he works as a communications professional.