E. C. Fuller lives and works in Tulsa, OK.
Maud Woolf is Scottish writer with a particular interest in speculative fiction. Currently working towards an MLitt in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow, most of her free time is spent either writing in the library or searching for a way into the city’s abandoned network of underground tunnels.
Abhijato Sensarma is an 18-year-old student from Kolkata, India. He’s on the verge of stepping into the real word, which does not prevent him from writing about fictional ones whenever he can. He’s also been brought up on a steady diet of genre shows and books. So, even though he’s expanded his horizons over the years, he still has an affinity for comforting stories. He dreams of becoming a professional writer—hopefully one who’ll also retain the belief that art is the key to answering the mysteries of life.
From Queensland, Australia, Pauline Yates likes to explore the ‘improbable’ through her writing. When she’s not burning the midnight candle researching her ideas, she loves watching movies that pit humans against nature, debates with anyone who’ll listen about how dystopian societies start, and argues with her ancient cat about his demand to be fed at 3am. She also enjoys taking photos of the sunrise, if she wakes up in time.
Mariah Montoya is a writer and new mother from Idaho. She loves watching movies and losing at chess games on cold, blustery days. On sunny ones, you can find her running with her husband and a stroller along the Boise river. You can’t convince her to use Twitter, but she’s sometimes on Instagram @mariah_author.
Jason A. Bartles, originally from West Virginia, now calls Philadelphia home. He lives with his husband and two dogs, a blue-eyed husky and a pit-mix who will lick your face off. He teaches Latin American literature and Spanish at a regional university, but he promises his stories are entirely fictional.