Hugo award winner Sarah Gailey lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Their nonfiction has been published by Mashable and the Boston Globe, and their fiction has been published internationally. They are a regular contributor for Tor.com and Barnes & Noble. You can find links to their work at www.sarahgailey.com. They tweet @gaileyfrey.
Sarah Hollowell is a fat Hoosier writer working to up the magic quotient of Indiana. Her work has been published on Huffington Post, Fireside Fiction, and Apex, among others. She’s working on finding representation for her YA novel, which is pretty good if you ask her mom.
She spends an awful lot of her non-writing time listening to podcasts and needle felting unicorns and characters from Animal Crossing. She can be found on Twitter as @sarahhollowell yelling about something or other.
R. K. Duncan
R. K. Duncan is a new, hopefully up-and-coming, author mostly of fantasy, with a dash of Sci-fi and horror thrown in. He writes about fairies and gods and ghosts from a ramshackle apartment in Philadelphia.