A. Christopher Drown is a native of Brunswick, Maine, who currently resides just outside of Memphis.
Alexander S. Brown is a Mississippi author who was published in 2008 with his first book Traumatized.
Allan Gilbreath denies he was raised by wolves, but still enjoys quiet moonlit evenings. He is an accomplished skeptic, cook, gardener, computer geek, martial artist, and avid student of arcane knowledge
Angelia Sparrow is a writer who lives quietly in the Mid-south, working her day job, writing and running Inkstained Succubus press by night.
ArmandRosamiliais a New Jersey boy currently living in Florida. He has over 125 releases to date, in horror, zombies, thriller, erotica, steampunk and more.
BenHerris thirty-one years old, and resides in the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia.
Having two Bachelor's Degrees, in Art Education/History and Computer Science, Bill M.Tracer, Rogue Philosopher, Artist, Metaphysicist, Ufologist, Science Fiction Enthusiast, and writer of that thought provoking stuff,
BobMayeris a NY Times Bestselling author, graduate of West Point, former Green Beret (including commanding an A-Team) and the feeder of two Yellow Labs, most famously Cool Gus.
BonnieKunzelis a retired young adult librarian who loves to read and talk about books.
W.Brad "Zorknot"Robinson is the author of several very odd short stories, most recently "Always Hungry" published in Luna's Children: Stranger Worlds by Dark Oak Press.
BrentAbellresides in Southern Indiana with his wife, sons, and a pug who fancies himself ruler of all humankind.
Cecilia Dominic wrote her first story when she was two years old and has always had a much more interesting life inside her head than outside of it.
Crymsyn Hart is a national bestselling author of over eighty paranormal romance and horror novels.
Born in San Antonio, Texas,David spent the majority of his formative years in Jacksonville, Florida.
DebraDixonis the SF/Fantasy/Horror Acquiring Editor for Bell Bridge Books, which tackles a broad spectrum of genres.
Born NYC 1944, grew up in Northern California, served US Navy, attended U of MO, worked for GM 35 years, and have been writing for publication since 1969, with 51 + books published.
Herika R. Raymer grew up consuming books - first by eating them, later by reading them.
A California native born in Hollywood, J.L.Mulvihill has made Mississippi her home for the past seventeen years.
JayWilburnleft teaching after sixteen years to be a full time writer and to care for his sons.
JerryBennsstarted writing when he was quite young. However, he began seriously writing in 2010 by launching his blog, TripThroughMyMind.com.
JimYeltonhas been storytelling since childhood. Starting in theater as an actor/director while still in high school, he has been involved in over 30 productions.
Jimmy D. Gillentine was born and raised in Memphis, lending a southern flavor to his writing.
JoanneMerriamis the owner and publisher of Upper Rubber Boot Books, and edits many of their titles, including How to Live on Other Planets: A Handbook for Aspiring Aliens and Choose Wisely: 35 Women Up To No Good.
JodiVaughnis a Southern Paranormal and Contemporary author. VEILED SECRETS is the first of her paranormal trilogy that was released in 2013.
JohnHornorJacobshas worked in advertising for the last fifteen years, played in bands, and pursued art in various forms.
Memphis nativeJohnJacksonMiller is the New York Times bestselling author of
Joyspent about 15 years as a journalist and non-fiction writer before writing her first novel.
KathrynSullivanis the author of the award-winning young adult fantasies The Crystal Throne, Agents & Adepts, and Talking to Trees.
KimSmithis the author of An Unexpected Performance, a YA time travel fantasy.
After found as an infant crawling among books in an abandoned library, Kimberly Richardson grew up to become an eccentric woman with a taste for jazz, drinking tea, reading books, speaking rusty French and Japanese, playing her violin and writing stories that cause people to make the strangest faces.
Born in southern Missouri, and traveling the American southwest throughout his early life,Logan L.Masterson rooted himself in ideas rather than places.
As Louis Herring-Jones, Amy L. Herring writes mainstream, historical, and speculative fiction as well as non-fiction.
M. B. Weston is an award-winning fantasy, young adult, and paranormal author.
MargaretL.Colton is an avid history buff, especially in the areas of Medieval Europe, Ancient Greece and American History, she loves all things history.
M.R.Williamson Pragamore Chronicles Imagicopter, grew up in Memphis, Tennessee during the forties and fifties.
Michaelresides in the Philadelphia area and enjoys writing sci-fi/fantasy/horror.
PeteBalestrieri is the Curator of Science Fiction and Popular Culture for Special Collections at the University of Iowa Main Library.
An aerospace-engineering bug stuck in the amber of the military/industrial complex for the last thirty years, Randy Bob has always been a maker at heart, when not writing steampunk stories.
RobertJ.Krog is the author of the collection, The Stone Maiden and Other Tales, and the award winning novella, A Bag Full of Eyes, and numerous short stories from various small publishers.
Rosalie Stanton is a multi-published erotic romance author, with emphasis in paranormal and urban fantasy.
SaraM.Harvey made her fiction debut in 2006 with the romantic urban fantasy A Year and a Day.
Traditionally-published author,SeanGrigsby has been working in the shadows since 2008 and his work has appeared in many print anthologies, as well as a popular creepypasta on YouTube.
South Carolina native S.H.Roddey has been writing for fun since she was a child and still enjoys building worlds across the speculative fiction spectrum filled with mystery and intrigue.
Noted as having “a native talent for imaginative storytelling,” (Midwest Book Review), and “skilled at crafting a nuanced page turner,” (The Kirkus Review), Terri-Lynne Smiles creates novels filled with realistic characters, a quick pace, and a bit of a puzzle for the reader and characters to chew on.
TommyB.Smith is a writer of dark fiction and the author of Poisonous and Pieces of Chaos.
Steeped in pulp magazines, old radio shows, and all things of that era’s pop culture, Tommy Hancock lives in Arkansas with his wonderful wife and three children and obviously not enough to do.
When Tracy was a small child she wrote her first "novel" in crayon on a newspaper and put it in the mailbox along with a silver dollar.
Inspired as a child by Superman's alter ego Clark Kent, a go-getter reporter at The Daily Planet, Tyrone Tony Reed Jr.'s writing career began in his teen years.
VanAllenPlexicois the award-winning author of a dozen SF and superhero novels and many more short stories, scripts and novellas. In the nonfiction world he co-wrote two Amazon.com bestselling books on Marvel’s Avengers.
Gabriel was exported from the Deep South and unpackaged in the mid-south.
Victor D. Lorthos was born in the American South in 1969 to a fine family. He was raised by wolves in the deepest, darkest parts of the South but mostly grew up in Mississippi.