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Justine Norton-Kertson (they/he/she) is a writer, publisher, musician, photographer, and community organizer. They are the founding editor of Black Cat Magazine, and his work has been published or is forthcoming in BOMBFIRE, C*nsorship Magazine, Sledgehammer, Brave Voice Magazine, Alien Buddha Press, Rulerless, Jupiter Review, Tattie Zine, Royal Rose Magazine, Southchild Lit, Struksurriss, PTO, Serious Flash Fiction, Poet’s Choice, and more. She can be found on Twitter @jankwrites.
Abriana Tuller (she/her) is a Vegas native who has just acquired her dream job of becoming an editor for a literary magazine. Abriana has participated in education reform and has taught in her local school district. Along with having an education background, Abriana is a former journalist. Abriana, when not spending time with her two children, can be seen dancing in the store, singing at karaoke, reading a fiction novel, or writing about fictional words.
J.D. Harlock (he/him) is a Lebanese writer based in Beirut. His short stories have been featured in The Deadlands, Sciencefictionary, Defenestration, Wyldblood Press, and the Decoded Pride Anthology, his poetry has been featured in Penumbric, Mobius and Black Cat Magazine, and his articles/reviews have been featured in NewMyths.com, Mermaids Monthly, Interstellar Flight Press, and on the SFWA Blog.
Brianna Castagnozzi (she/her) is a writer, artist, musician, and composition instructor. She enjoys writing and reading interstitial fiction that explores the connections between ethnic, spiritual, and environmental narratives. Her work has been published in Stonesthrow Review, Shawangunk Review, and ENTROPY. She is a licensed falconer, and lives with her red-tailed hawk in the Hudson River Valley.
Moshe Siegel (he/him/his) has clocked hours as a slush reader, proofreader, copyeditor, editor, writer, and interviewer for independent publishers, research institutions, and Lightspeed Magazine. Moshe lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with his husband Keith, by leave of their cat, Jareth.
M. Darusha Wehm (they/them) is the Nebula Award-nominated and Sir Julius Vogel Award winning author of the interactive fiction game The Martian Job, as well as the science fiction novels Beautiful Red, Children of Arkadia, The Voyage of the White Cloud, and the Andersson Dexter cyberpunk detective series. Originally from Canada, Darusha lives in Wellington, New Zealand after spending several years sailing the Pacific.
Christina De La Rocha (she/her), formerly a professor of biogeochemistry and marine sciences, loves reading and writing science fiction that explores what people do with the spaces opened up by science and technology and non-fiction related to how stuff works, from the origin of the Universe and then, later, life, to the complexities of the climate system, to whether or not fueling the electricity grid through fusion is an impossible long shot. Her (non-academic) writing has appeared in Analog, Toasted Cheese, and Unsustainable Magazine and in the book Silica Stories. You can find her on Twitter at @xtinadlr.
Ariel Kroon (she/her) is a recent PhD in English Literature, specifically in the field of Canadian post-apocalyptic science fiction published between 1948 and 1989. In addition to academic interests in feminist posthumanism and affect theory, she enjoys and pursues speculative futures with an environmental bent, queer optimism, radical hope, and garden dirt. She is an ancient Tumblrkid and a huge fan of solarpunk and hopepunk. You can find some of her talks on YouTube or read her personal webpage, arielkroon.wordpress.com.
In the course of her 9-year writing journey, Holly Schofield (she/her) has critiqued several hundred manuscripts and has been a reader for a pro magazine and several writing competitions. With not-so-hidden twin agendas of promoting environmental causes and inclusivity, Holly has had over 90 short stories published in genres ranging from hard science fiction to magical realism. Her works have appeared in such publications as Analog, Lightspeed, and Escape Pod, are used in university curricula, and have been translated into multiple languages. Find her at hollyschofield.wordpress.com.
Hal Hefner is a Creative Director and Strategist who uses award winning illustration, design, writing and strategy to create digital and physical experiences. He’s illustrated books, games, video games, magazines, comic books, & more. He’s most recognized for his pop art series, CONSUME, with millions of shares and shown in galleries around the world. Hal is also an accomplished marketing executive for major entertainment properties such as movies, TV/streaming, Games, toys and more. Most recently he worked on The Wheel of Time for Amazon, Titans for HBOMax, and Loki for Disney+. Hal is dedicated to the advancement of new narratives for humanity that don’t end with a cyberpunk dystopia or an apocalypse. He is currently in production on the Serpentseed, an episodic solarpunk, drama epic created with multiple forms of media, set in the near future. #DemandABetterFuture
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