Addison Smith (he/him) is an author and laborer living in Upstate New York, where he spends most of his time at libraries. He is a member of the Codex Writers Group, and his fiction has appeared in Fantasy Magazine, Fireside Magazine, and other publications. You can find him on Twitter @AddisonCSmith.
Ai Jiang is a Chinese-Canadian writer, an immigrant from Fujian, and an active HWA member. She draws on cultures and landscapes of the lands she has walked for inspiration. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in F&SF, The Dark, Dark Matter, Star*Line, Prairie Fire, Hobart Pulp, Jellyfish Review, among others. Find her on Twitter (@AiJiang_) and online (http://aijiang.ca).
Aimee Ogden is a former science teacher and software tester; now she writes stories about sad astronauts and space mermaids. Her debut novella "Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters" was a 2021 Nebula finalist, and her short fiction has appeared in publications such as Lightspeed, Analog, and Clarkesworld. She also co-edits Translunar Travelers Lounge, a magazine of fun and optimistic speculative fiction.
I am a therapist for children with autism living in Toledo, Ohio. My writing has appeared is forthcoming in publications such as Electric Literature, The Saturday Evening Post Online, Stoneslide Corrective, Daily Science Fiction, and Dark Matter Magazine.
Alice Gauntley is a writer of works that are literary, speculative, both, and neither. Her stories have previously appeared in Best Canadian Stories 2021, The Drabblecast, and Plenitude, among other publications. She lives in Toronto, Canada, on the traditional territory of many Indigenous nations, including the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe, the Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Find her on Twitter @alicegwrites.
Alyssa C. Greene's work has appeared in Fence, Pleiades, North American Review, Hotel Amerika, and elsewhere. She also co-hosts "Say Podcast and Die!," a podcast about the Goosebumps books. A member of the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Workshop class of 2022, she received her MFA from the University of Utah and currently lives in New York City.
Based in the Florida swampland, Amanda Michele is a writer of dark, queer fiction. Her dream-like relationship drama, "Centennial Nights," was published in LampLight Magazine and her forested dark fantasy, "The Swamp Witch's Apprentice," was featured in Corvid Queen. You can find her on Twitter @amandamxl.
Andrea Kriz writes from Massachusetts. Her other stories have appeared in Lightspeed, Clarkesworld, and Nature, among others. Find her at https://andreakriz.wordpress.com/ or on Twitter @theworldshesaw.