Sloane Leong is a cartoonist, artist and writer of Hawaiian, Chinese, Mexican, Native American and European ancestries. She’s written and drawn two acclaimed graphic novels and has short fiction credits with Fireside Magazine, Dark Matter Magazine and Entropy Magazine. She is currently living near Portland, Oregon.
Sophie Greenwood is a non-binary writer and horror enthusiast from London, UK. She holds a degree in English Literature and Film Studies from the University of Southampton, where she wrote fervently about Trollhunter and Dead Snow. She is a Pisces.
Stephen S. Power novel, "The Dragon Round," was published by Simon & Schuster. His short fiction has appeared most recently at "Analog" and "The Arcanist." He tweets at @stephenspower, and his site is stephenspower.com.
Tania Chen is a Chinese-Mexican queer writer. Their work was selected for Brave New Weird Anthology by Tenebrous Press, and has also appeared in Unfettered Hexes by Neon Hemlock, Apparition Lit, Strange Horizons, Pleiades Magazine, Baffling Magazine and Longleaf Review, among others. They are a graduate of the Clarion West Novella Bootcamp workshop of 2021. Currently, they are assistant editor at Uncanny Magazine and can be found on twitter@archistratego or mastodon at @[email protected]
Tianna Ebnet rose from the ashes in the magical land of winter and road construction, also known as Minnesota. She makes a living teaching English Composition to mostly disinterested young college students. She has been published by Luna Station Quarterly, a story that has been translated by El Nombre del Mundo es Cuento. As a life-time and self-proclaimed nerd, her passion is writing speculative fiction, particularly stories with queer protagonists. When she’s not writing, she is usually engaging with any medium that has a good story be it books, movies, podcasts, or games both video and tabletop. You can find her talking about any of those things on Twitter.
Timothy Burkhardt’s fiction has appeared in Metastellar, The Horror Tree, Riddled With Arrows online literary journal. He lives in the mountains outside of Asheville, NC with his two teenage sons and his cat, Keats.
Timothy G. Huguenin lives in the dark Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. His short fiction has appeared in various publications, including VASTARIEN: A LITERARY JOURNAL, DIM SHORES PRESENTS VOLUME 2, TALES TO TERRIFY, and THE DREAD MACHINE. His weird novella, UNKNOWING, I SINK was released in October 2020 by Independent Legions Publishing. His third novel, SCHAFER, is coming 2021 from Bloodshot Books. You can find out more about him and his writing by visiting https://tghuguenin.com/