Emma is a researcher and writer. She has been published in Rejection Letters, Roi Fainéant Press, Elegant Literature, Five Minute Lit, and Fairfield Scribes, along with a bunch of academic stuff. She won second place in the 2022 Hammond House Publishing International Literary Prize, which was pretty exciting. If you’re into twitter stuff, you can find her @slashnburnett.
Vivian is a science advocate by day and a science fiction/slipstream writer by night. Her work appears in The Bookends Review and The Dread Machine and is forthcoming in Fusion Fragment. Follow her on Twitter at @vivianhchou or read her work at www.vivianchouwriter.com.
Eóin (he/him) is writer from rural Ireland. Having completed a master’s in cognitive science and philosophy, he turned to creative fiction, primarily as a way to stave off a PhD. His previous work can be found in Elegant Literature. His mastodon handle is @email@example.com, while his increasingly redundant twitter handle is @eoin_dooley.
Nate puts words in various orders. People intermittently give him money for this. No one knows why. His fiction has previously been published at Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Nightmare Magazine, among many others. You can read more here.
Mob writes, boulders, and codes. Work found on Metastellar, Old Moon Quarterly, and the Translunar Travelers Lounge.
Contact: Twitter @mob_writes or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cody is a pastel monster from the depths of the Maine woods. Whenever they’re not writing or fist fighting iron, they can be found advocating for trans and veteran’s rights dressed like a 80s Trapper Keeper. Their works can be found in TDM, various Ghost Orchid Press, 9th Story Studios, and the award winning A Toast to Edgar Allen Poe Anthology.
Kathleen Morrish has sung with a choir in the Royal Albert Hall, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, and Carnegie Hall; attained a Ph.D. in applied mathematics; worked as a computer scientist; served as a tabloid reporter in Second Life for Axel Springer SE; and nourished herself with generous servings of speculative fiction. She self-identifies as autistic. Her next adventure will take her to Texas State University’s Creative Writing MFA program. You can find her poetry in The Fib Review.
Andrew is the author of the forthcoming novels Gollitok (Cactus Moon Press, 2023) and The Mobius Door (Wicked House Publications, 2023), as well as the collection of poems The Goats Have Taken Over the Barracks (Finishing Line Press, 2021). His short fiction has appeared in Prose Online, Psychopomp Review, Bookends Review, The Colored Lens, Utopia Science Fiction, The Gateway Review, Dark Death Things, Creepy Podcast, and is forthcoming in Fusion Fragment. Currently, he teaches for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and is serving as a senior editor for Symposeum magazine.
Dan is a sci-fi writer from the UK. His short stories have been published or are forthcoming in F&SF, Kaleidotrope and Etherea. He is also a First Reader for Orion’s Belt. You can find links to all his published stories at danpeacockwriter.com, and he tweets at @DanPeacock92. He lives with his long-suffering partner and daughter, along with a second-hand cat that hoots like an owl.
Parker Ragland is a writer who spends most days trying to convince people that artificial intelligence isn’t that scary (contrary to what his fiction might suggest). He tends to write about robots having existential crises, but also jots down stories about humans having existential crises. His fiction has appeared in Clarkesworld and The Dread Machine. He lives in Denver.
A 2016 MBA graduate and published author, Priya Sridhar has been writing fantasy and science fiction for fifteen years, and counting. Capstone published the Powered series, and Alban Lake published her works Carousel and Neo-Mecha Mayhem. Priya lives in Miami, Florida with her family.
Kanishk is a BIPOC immigrant from India. His stories often center on the immigrant experience, environmental issues, and plants eating people. His work is available or forthcoming in Flametree Press, Dark Matter Ink and of course, The Dread Machine. Find him in the Dread Discord or on his website, kanishkt.com and follow him on Twitter @t_kanishk.
David Lee Zweifler
David spent decades writing non-fiction in jobs that took him around the world, including long stints in Jakarta, Hong Kong, and New York City. David’s work appears in Little Blue Marble, The Dread Machine, and Wyldblood, and he has upcoming stories in Analog, The Paramnesia Anthology in Grendel Press, and Shortwave Media’s Obsolescence anthology. His website is davidleezweifler.com.