Elaine Marie Carnegie, formerly a Paralegal and Private Investigator, worked as a
Newspaper Journalist for many years before accepting a partnership in the HC Publishing
Company and then starting her own Stone Pony Publishing and Author Services. She has worked with both the FBI and Texas Rangers, written for Discovery ID, the Texas Legislature and Texas school systems. A published poet and short story author, she is included in the Who's Who of Emerging Writer's 2020. Writing full time now she lives in the idyllic East Texas Piney Woods
near a private lake, doing what she loves.
Sara Mosier is a Nebraska author, poet. Her writing focus is fiction and poetry of which she enjoys typing on an old 1950's typewriter. She has poetry published in several issues of Laurus Magazine, Cocky-Tales anthology, and University of Nebraska Press's 75th Anniversary edition of "Voices of Nebraska". Her queer romantic short stories "Sparkling Human Conundrum" and "Summer Dilemma" can be found in the anthologies Love Dust and Salty Tales on Amazon.
David Rogers' poems, stories, and articles have appeared in
various print and electronic publications, including The Comstock
Review, Atlanta Review, Sky and Telescope, and Astronomy magazine. His latest work is Roots of the Dark Tower: The Long Quest and Many Lives
of Roland, available from Amazon.
More of his work can be read at Davidrogersbooks.wordpress.com.
Joshua D Taylor is an author from Southeastern Pennsylvania who never stopped playing make-believe. He enjoys gardening, comic books, ska-punk music, Disney World, and traveling with his wife. Raised during weirdness that was the late 20th century Josh’s eclectic interests produce eclectic works. He loves to mix-n-match things from different genres and story elements to achieve a madcap hodgepodge of the truly unexpected.
Olivia London is a mother, an avid reader, master procrastinator, beach bum, and a proud muggle-born member of house Ravenclaw. She studied English/Creative Writing at the National University of Ireland: Maynooth and Northern Michigan University, where she graduated with a master's degree. In her free time, Olivia enjoys binge-watching Chef Gordon Ramsey, collecting mermaids, and shopping online. Olivia is also the owner of Stormy Island Publishing, founded in 2018. Find her published work at this Amazon link.
Melissa Sell is an editor, novelist, poet, short story author, and CEO of United Faedom Publishing. She's a die-hard SuperWhoLockian, who enjoys baking, reading, and Halloween. Melissa is married to her favorite nerd, and a mother of four. You can find all of her links at her website: www.melissawillissell.com
Vonnie Winslow Crist, SFWA, HWA, is author of The Enchanted Dagger, Beneath Raven's
Wing, Owl Light, The Greener Forest, and other books. Her stories appear in Cast of Wonders,
Amazing Stories, Faerie Magazine, Fae Wings & Hidden Things, Unreal, Gardens of
Enchantment, Best Indie Speculative Fiction: 2018, Hawthorn & Ash, Fae Dreams, Shelter of
Daylight, Re-Enchant, and elsewhere. A cloverhand who's found so many four-leafed clovers she
keeps them in jars, Vonnie strives to celebrate the power of myth in her writing. For more info:
Donise Sheppard is a romance and horror writer residing in southern West Virginia with her husband and four children. Donise found her passion for books at an early age and has been chasing stories ever since. She is an author, editor, and co-owner of Pixie Forest Publishing. Love and romance are her first passions, but who can resist a scary story? When she isn’t working, she’s reading for pleasure, baking, or singing off key.
Alanna Robertson-Webb is an author and editor who enjoys long weekends of LARPing, is terrified of sharks and finds immense fun in being the editor-in-chief at Eerie River Publishing. She one day aspires to run her own nerd-themed restaurant, as well as her own LARP game.
She has edited over ten books, such as Infected by Blair Daniels, Sirens at Midnight by Nick Botic, and all of the current Eerie River Publishing anthologies. Alanna's writing has been published in over seventy different collections, and her work can be found at: