A. Christopher Drown is a native of Brunswick, Maine, who currently resides just outside of Memphis.
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Alexander S. Brown is a Mississippi author who was published in 2008.
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Allan Gilbreath denies that he was raised by wolves, but still enjoys quiet moonlit evenings.
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Anna Kathryn Davis is a 19 year old author from Birmingham, Alabama whose first YA fantasy novel, The Gifted, debuted in April of 2013.
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Barry Hayes was born in Aurora, Illinois but grew up in the mountains and coalfields of beautiful Southwest Virginia.
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Bonnie Kunzel, retired young adult librarian is now a free-lance Youth Services Consultant.
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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.
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D. Alan Lewis is an ‘alleged’ native of Chattanooga, Tennessee who now resides in Nashville with his children.
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Danielle Childers is a former librarian and educator.
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David's writing has appeared in numerous anthologies, magazines, webzines, and writer's sites since 1991.
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Debra Dixon has published with major publishers, written ten books, contributed to twelve anthologies and served as Vice President of one of the largest U.S. writing organizations.
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Dennis R. Upkins was born and raised in Nashville, TN.
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E G Glover began his indie author writing career with The Fear Series (Paranormal Romance), which is written and published with co-author, L R Barrett-Durham.
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Elaine Meece has three published romantic suspenses and one suspense/ parnormal.
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Elizabeth Donald is a writer fond of things that go chomp in the night.
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Herika R. Raymer grew up consuming books - first by eating them, later by reading them.
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H.C. Playa is a writer, a mad scientist in training, a mother, and an animal wrangler.
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Born in Hollywood and raised in San Diego, CA, J.L. Mulvihill has made Mississippi her home for the past fifteen years.
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James C. Paavola, PhD, MPEC James “Jim” Paavola has been a practicing psychologist for over forty years.
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One of the chosen few to be born in Alabam', Jeremy Hicks spent several years working as a field archaeologist in the Southeast before teaming up with his longtime friend, Barry Hayes, to realize a creative dream.
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Jimmy D. Gillentine was born and raised in Memphis, lending a southern flavor to his writing.
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John Hornor Jacobs' first novel, Southern Gods, was published by Night Shade Books and shortlisted for the Bram Stoker Award.
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Memphis native John Jackson Miller has spent a lifetime immersed in the worlds of fantasy and science fiction.
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John began reading at an early discovering a love of science fiction and horror.
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Kat Robinson is an author, blogger, storyteller and mom -- a far cry from her former career as a television news producer.
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Kathryn Sullivan is the author of the award-winning young adult fantasies The Crystal Throne, Agents & Adepts, and Talking to Trees.
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Keith found his way into the comic industry through a combination of luck and contacts back in 2008, working on Mysteries of the Arcana with author J. Gray.
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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.
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K. S. Daniels began writing stories in the 3rd grade.
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Louise Herring-Jones writes speculative and historical fiction as well as humor and non-fiction.
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M. Keaton has been writing professionally in one capacity or another for over twenty years.
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M. B. Weston is an award-winning fantasy, young adult, and paranormal author.
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Marla Monroe has been writing professionally for about eleven years now.
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Melinda LaFevers is a historical interpreter and an Arkansas Arts in Education Residency Artist.
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Melodie Romeo is a writer and musician who maintains a day-job as a professional educator.
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Michael, a life-long resident of the suburbs of Philadelphia, is best known for his Fractured Time Trilogy and Space Frontiers series.
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Missa Dixon commands one of the most extraordinary lives ever.
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Richard has traveled around the world as an army brat and then went on to be a sonar tech on a nuclear submarine.
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Richard A. Lester (b 1978) is an American writer/filmmaker.
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Robert J. Krog is a native of and author from Memphis, TN.
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Sharon Rawlins, Youth Services Specialist at the NJ State Library, will be chairing the 2015 YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Award Committee.
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Stephen Zimmer is an award-winning author of speculative fiction, whose works include the Fires in Eden Series (Epic Fantasy), the Rising Dawn Saga (epic-scale Urban Fantasy), the Harvey and Solomon tales (Steampunk), the Hellscapes tales (Horror), and the Rayden Valkyrie tales (Sword and Sorcery).
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Texas forensic investigator, Tennessee Biotech entrepreneur/CEO, published mystery/thriller author, CBS Radio Talk Show Host (Memphis).
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Stuart Jaffe is the author of The Max Porter Paranormal-Mysteries, The Malja Chronicles, the Gillian Boone novels, The Bluesman series, and much more.
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Teal Haviland grew up with a love for anything fantastical or outrageous.
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Tommy B. Smith is a writer of dark fiction, the author of Poisonous, the 2012 horror release,
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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.
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Trina is currently working on two short stories and a novella.
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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.
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Weston Ochse is the Bram Stoker-winning author of nine novels, including SEAL Team 666, Scarecrow Gods and Empire of Salt.
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