Ivy Grimes is originally from Alabama and now lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and beagle. She is a friendly neurotic person who writes speculative fiction and is looking for more writer friends. She feels nostalgic about her Birmingham writing group that sometimes met at an Applebees where attendees ordered the $1 house beer.
Eleanor R. Wood writes speculative fiction and eats liquorice from the south coast of England, where she lives with her husband, two marvellous dogs, and enough tropical fish tanks to charge an entry fee.
Jordan Legg is originally from Oshawa, Ontario, and holds a degree in English and Creative Writing from the University of Windsor. He is an amateur cyclist and sketch artist, as well as an avid reader and writer of speculative fiction. He currently teaches literature and history to preteens and teenagers at a private school in South Asia, where he’s lived for several years.
Rachel Delaney Craft is an engineer who dreams of writing full-time. She’s dabbled in everything from poetry and blog writing to children’s science articles, but her main focus is speculative fiction. Her latest project is a young adult sci-fi novel, and last year she edited her first anthology, WILD: Short Stories from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, which was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. She lives in between Colorado’s mountains and prairie, which often serve as inspiration for her work. When not writing, she enjoys baking, gardening, rock climbing, and exploring the outdoors with her goofy Bassett hound mix.
LJ Wetherby (they/them) is a non-binary writer living in Cambridgeshire, UK, with a focus on speculative and historical fiction that centres queer characters.