Beth Cato hails from Hanford, California, but currently writes and bakes cookies in a lair west of Phoenix, Arizona. She’s the Nebula Award-nominated author of the Clockwork Dagger duology and the Blood of Earth trilogy from Harper Voyager. Her short stories can be found in publications ranging from Beneath Ceaseless Skies to Uncanny Magazine. In 2019, she won the Rhysling Award for short speculative poetry.
Beth shares her household with a hockey-loving husband, a numbers-obsessed son, and three feline overlords. Her website BethCato.com includes not only a vast bibliography, but a treasure trove of recipes for delectable goodies. Find her on Twitter as @BethCato.
Originally from the tree-swept hills of the Missouri Ozarks, Brent lives in London with his wife, two daughters, and pet menagerie. If you find him without his hands on a keyboard or his nose in a book, it will probably be in the kitchen. His work has previously been published by Nature Magazine, Fireside Fiction, and Analog, among others. You can find him online at www.dbbaldwin.com and on Twitter at @dbrentbaldwin.
C. M. Fields is a queer, non-binary astrophysicist and writer of horror and science fiction. They live in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with their beloved cats, Mostly Void Partially Stars and Toast, and spend their days studying the atmospheres and climates of other worlds. They are also the co-editor of If There’s Anyone Left, an anthology series featuring the flash fiction of marginalized writers from across the globe.
Caleb Stephens is a dark fiction author writing from a rusty shed somewhere deep in the Colorado mountains. His short fiction has appeared in multiple publications, anthologies, and podcasts, including, The Wicked Library, Scare You To Sleep, and Suspense Magazine. You can learn more about him and his work by visiting www.calebstephensauthor.com.
Calie Voorhis is a short story author and poet. She has work appearing or forthcoming in over
twenty venues around the world; including Anywhere But Earth, The Urban Green Man
Anthology, If This Goes On, and Daily Science Fiction. She’s a lifelong fan of the fantastical, an
Odyssey Workshop Alumna, and holds an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill
University. You can visit her at the world’s fourth worst writer’s website:
Carol Scheina is a deaf speculative fiction author who hails from the
Northern Virginia region. Her stories have appeared in publications
such as Escape Pod, Flash Fiction Online, and Cossmass Infinities. You
can find more of her work at carolscheina.wordpress.com.
Carrie Lee South is an MFA candidate at the University of Central Arkansas where she serves as the fiction editor for Arkana. Her work has appeared in Opus Comics, The Mid/South Anthology, The Hunger, and elsewhere. She’s working on her first novel. Follow her @CarrieLeeSouth