Codexians' Web Sites

Jared Oliver Adams blog Web site  
Kyle Aisteach blog Web site Twitter
J.W. Alden blog Web site Twitter
J.W. Alden grew up along the coasts of Florida, where he learned to hate the sun and love the shade. He now lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he is trying desperately to understand the difference between a state and a commonwealth. Alden is a 1st Place Writers of the Future winner, a graduate of Odyssey Writing Workshop, and an active member of SFWA. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Nature, Daily Science Fiction, and various other publications. Read more from him at
Matthew F. Amati   Web site  
Laurel Amberdine   Web site Twitter
Christine Amsden   Web site  
The Cassie Scot Series: Cassie Scot: ParaNormal Detective (2013) Secrets and Lies (2013) Mind Games (2014) Stolen Dreams (2014) Stand-Alone Novels: The Immortality Virus (2011) Touch of Fate"(2007)
G. V. Anderson   Web site Twitter
K.G. Anderson blog Web site Twitter
Karen G. Anderson is a Seattle journalist and technology writer. She worked on the launch of the iTunes Music Store and wrote a book about the iPhone. She attended Viable Paradise (2013) and Taos Toolbox (2017).
Guy Antibes   Web site Twitter
Katrina Archer blog Web site Twitter
Writer. Sailor. Engineer. Copy editor. Author of "The Tree of Souls" and "Untalented".
Charlotte Ashley blog Web site Twitter
Molly Atkins blog Web site Twitter
Matthew Bailey   Web site  
David John Baker   Web site  
Stewart C Baker   Web site Twitter
J.S. Bangs blog Web site Twitter
By day, J.S. Bangs works as a mild-mannered computer programmer somewhere in the American Midwest. By night he slays princesses, rescues dragons, and writes stories about it. You can see more at his site,, and follow him on Twitter at @jsbpax.
Barbara A. Barnett blog Web site Twitter
Writing makes you do the wacky
Yaroslav Barsukov     Twitter
Software engineer from Moscow, currently living in Vienna.
T.S. Bazelli   Web site Twitter
T. S. Bazelli writes software help by day, and SFF or horror by night. When she’s not at the keyboard, she’s probably making messes in the kitchen or sewing things.
Megan Lee Beals   Web site  
Megan Lee Beals writes fairy tales that pretend to be horror stories. Or is it the other way around?
James Beamon blog Web site  
James Beamon's currently in Afghanistan, writing short stories, novels and awesome bios on himself to pass the time on his deployment. A quick peek into his mind and latest projects can be found at
stevebein blog Web site Twitter
Steve Bein is a climber, diver, skier, photographer, martial artist, philosopher, and award-winning sci fi and fantasy author. His fiction has appeared in Asimov's, Interzone, and in international translation. He was a winner of the Writers of the Future contest in 2003. His debut novel, DAUGHTER OF THE SWORD (Penguin Roc, 2012), was met with critical acclaim, including a starred review from Publishers Weekly. Library Journal named his second novel, YEAR OF THE DEMON, one of the top five books of 2013 in sci-fi and fantasy. The mass market edition of his third novel, DISCIPLE OF THE WIND, is due out in March 2016.
Noah Beit-Aharon blog Web site Twitter
Anatoly Belilovsky blog Web site Twitter
Robyn Bennis blog Web site Twitter
Lou J Berger      
Evan Berkow      
TJ Berry   Web site Twitter
TJ Berry writes SFF and horror from Seattle. Her debut novel, Space Unicorn Blues, will be released in July 2018 from Angry Robot Books. She’s on Twitter @TJaneBerry.
Rebecca Birch blog Web site Twitter
Rebecca Birch writes fantasy and science fiction from her home in Washington state. Her fiction has appeared in markets including Nature, Cricket, and Flash Fiction Online. She's also a two-time Writers of the Future finalist.
David G Blake blog Web site  
David G. Blake lives in a van down by the River Styx. His work is forthcoming or has appeared in Galaxy's Edge, Daily Science Fiction, Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Nature, and many other publications.
Derrick Boden blog Web site Twitter
Dawn Bonanno blog Web site Twitter
Dawn Bonanno is a Viable Paradise alumni and writes fantasy and science fiction, from flash to novel length.
Jonathan P. Brazee   Web site  
SB Divya blog Web site Twitter
S. B. Divya is a lover of science, math, and fiction. When she isn't designing high speed communications systems, raising her daughter, feeding the cats, or enjoying dinner with her husband, she writes. She dreams of finishing and publishing an epic science fiction novel, but mostly she works on short fiction and blogs at
Tanya Breshears   Web site Twitter
Jennifer Brinn     Twitter
Laurence Brothers blog Web site Twitter
John Brown blog Web site  
John D. Brown is an award-winning writer. He lives with his wife & four daughters in the hinterlands of Utah where one encounters much fresh air, many good-hearted ranchers, and the occasional wolf.
francisbruno   Web site Twitter
Tim W Burke blog Web site Twitter
My horror novel "The Flesh Sutra" was on the preliminary ballot for the 2014 Bram Stoker Awards.
Travis Burnham blog Web site  
I love to write and snowboard, teach and travel and read.
Jeremy R. Butler blog Web site Twitter
Elinor Caiman Sands blog Web site Twitter
Jennifer Hicks blog    
Arasibo Campeche     Twitter
Tom Carpenter   Web site Twitter
Erin Cashier blog   Twitter
Traci Castleberry blog Web site Twitter
Emily Cataneo   Web site Twitter
Emily Cataneo is a writer of dark fantasy and horror. She originally hails from the wilds of New Hampshire and now lives in Boston, Mass. She is a graduate of the 2013 Odyssey Writers Workshop. When she's not writing fiction, she works as a freelance journalist. In her spare time you can find her knitting, running, reading history books, or wearing her Russian hat.
Beth Cato blog Web site Twitter
Vajra Chandrasekera blog Web site Twitter
Vajra Chandrasekera lives in Colombo, Sri Lanka. His fiction has appeared in Apex, Clarkesworld and Lightspeed, among others.
J. Kathleen Cheney blog Web site Twitter
J. Kathleen Cheney is a former teacher and has taught mathematics ranging from 7th grade to Calculus. Her works have been published or forthcoming in The Best of Jim Baen's Universe 2, Writers of the Future XXIV, and Fantasy Magazine, among others. Her novels in the Golden City trilogy are out from Ace/Roc, and the Palace of Dreams series debuted in early 2016. Her website can be found at
Dantzel Cherry   Web site Twitter
Michael W Cho   Web site Twitter
Michael Choi      
DJ Cockburn blog Web site Twitter
DJ Cockburn has supported his unfortunate writing habit through medical research on various parts of the African continent. Earlier phases of hislife have included teaching unfortunate children and experimenting on unfortunate fish.
Jessi Cole Jackson   Web site Twitter
Liz Colter   Web site Twitter
Due to a varied work background, Liz can boast a modest degree of knowledge about harnessing, hitching, and working draft horses, canoe expeditioning, and medicine. She's also worked as a rollerskating waitress and knows more about concrete than you might suspect. Liz is a Writers of the Future winner and her short stories, which have appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies, span a wide range of SF/F sub-genres. Her novels - written under the name L. D. Colter - explore the dark/weird/magic realism that currently dominates her own reading (think Neil Gaiman, Tim Powers, China Mieville, and Jeff VanderMeer), or the epic fantasy she grew up reading and loving. Armed with a lifelong love of fantasy and science fiction, Liz set out some years ago to create her own speculative worlds. A complete list of her published works can be found at her website:
Christopher Cornell   Web site Twitter
CD Covington blog Web site Twitter
Stephen Cox blog Web site Twitter
Novelist and short story writer living in London.
Donald S. Crankshaw blog Web site  
Donald S. Crankshaw has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from MIT, which is more useful for writing fantasy than he expected, but less useful for writing science fiction than he had hoped. He's published stories in Daily Science Fiction, Black Gate, and has an upcoming story in Nature Futures.
Ian Creasey   Web site Twitter
British writer Ian Creasey has sold 70+ stories to various venues including Asimov's, Analog and F&SF.
Cecile Cristofari blog Web site  
Cécile Cristofari is a teacher, former researcher, amateur knitter, pianist and gardener. She lives in Provence.
Malcolm F Cross   Web site Twitter
Gary Cuba   Web site  
Leah Cypess   Web site  
Aaron DaMommio blog   Twitter
I'm a husband, father, writer, juggler and expert dishwasher who lives in Austin, Texas.
Karl Dandenell blog Web site Twitter
Deborah Davitt   Web site  
Beth Dawkins     Twitter
J.R. Dawson blog Web site Twitter
Writer and Editor
Robert Dawson      
Robert Dawson writes SF and poetry, in the gaps between teaching mathematics at Saint Mary's University.
Julie C Day blog   Twitter
Julie C. Day has published over two dozen stories in magazines such as Interzone, Farrago’s Wainscot, Black Static, and the New Haven Review. Her first collection is forthcoming from PS Publishing.

Kelly Link describes the book as “A collection of stories to unsettle your dreams and make the world a stranger and more delightful place.”

John Crowley says, “Julie C. Day’s stories are strongly strange, whether happening in a sort of now in this country or in a weirdly altered past. These stories seem to be what the term American Gothic was meant for.”

You can find a complete list of Julie's publications on her blog.

Aliette de Bodard blog Web site Twitter
When not writing, Aliette de Bodard works as a Computer Engineer. Her short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Realms of Fantasy, in Interzone and in Gardner Dozois's Year's Best Science Fiction. Her trilogy Obsidian and Blood is published by Angry Robot. Her fiction has won her a Nebula Award, a Locus Award and a BSFA Award for Best Short Fiction, as well as nods for the Hugo, Sturgeon and Tiptree Awards.
Marion Deeds blog   Twitter
Danielle DeLisle   Web site Twitter
Brendan Detzner blog Web site Twitter
Brendan Detzner lives, works, and writes in Forest Park IL. He writes in a variety of genres. His work is sometimes funny, sometimes scary, and usually very strange. His work has appeared in Chizine, Pseudopod, One Buck Horror, the Exigencies and Book of Dead Things anthologies, and many other places. He also runs the Bad Grammar Theater genre fiction reading series in Chicago.
Jennifer Dornan-Fish   Web site Twitter
Matt Dovey blog Web site Twitter
Matt Dovey is very tall and very English, and is most likely drinking a cup of tea right now. His surname rhymes with Dopey, but other similarities to the dwarf are purely coincedental. He was the Golden Pen winner for Writers of the Future 32 (2016), was shortlisted for the James White Award in 2016, and has fiction out at PodCastle, Flash Fiction Online and elsewhere.
Aidan Doyle blog Web site Twitter
Aidan is an Australian writer and computer programmer. His stories and articles have been published in places such as Lightspeed, Strange Horizons and He has been shortlisted for Australia's Aurealis award and is a Clarion South graduate.
Jakob Drud blog Web site Twitter
Jakob Drud lives with his wife and two children in Aarhus, Denmark, where he writes advertising copy for a living and science fiction and fantasy for fun. He writes in English because of the many interesting writers and people involved in the SF web community. His stories have appeared in various webzines and anthologies, including AE Scifi, IGMS, Daily Science Fiction, and Flash Fiction Online.
Robin Duncan blog Web site Twitter
Anaea Lay blog Web site Twitter
Meg Elison blog Web site Twitter
Author of THE BOOK OF THE UNNAMED MIDWIFE, published by Sybaritic Press and winner of the 2014 Philip K. Dick Award.
Spencer Ellsworth blog Web site Twitter
Spencer Ellsworth lives in Bellingham, WA, works as an administrator at a local college, plays and writes music for the band Pawnbroker, and writes his little brain out. His work has been published in, Podcastle, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Michael Moorcock's New Worlds Magazine, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and many others. He also blathers about comics for Bleeding Cool. You can find more about him at
PatEsden blog Web site Twitter
Pat is the author of the contemporary paranormal Dark Heart series from Kensington Books, and the upcoming Northern Circle Coven series. Her short fiction has appeared in a number of publications, including Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, the Mythopoeic Society’s Mythic Circle, George Scither’s Cat Tales Anthology, and the upcoming Fragments of Darkness anthology.
Chia Evers blog   Twitter
Nicole Feldringer   Web site Twitter
Ronald D Ferguson blog Web site  
eugenefischer   Web site  
Nora Fleischer blog    
Nora Fleischer writes stories about love, animals, the past, dead people, and food, told by narrators you shouldn't trust. She's been published by Story House Coffee, among other places. You can hear her podcast novel, "Discovered Country; or, the Adventures of Rosemary the Librarian" at Or you can read her novella, "Over Her Head," originally published by Drollerie Press And there's always her body horror romance, "Zombies in Love," available here:
Lise Fracalossi blog   Twitter
Julie Frost   Web site Twitter
Julie Frost is a SF/F/H author living in Utah amid a collection of Oaxacan carvings and anteaters, some of which intersect. She writes mainly short stories--and a lot of werewolf fiction, with a smattering of angel and demon stories (most of which are too overtly Christian for the fantasy market and too gritty for the Christian market, but what are you gonna do), space opera, and hard SF. You can see a list of her published stories on the sticky post at the top of her LiveJournal.
Sahara Frost     Twitter
Matt Fuchs   Web site Twitter
Matt Fuchs is a science fiction and fantasy author living in Silver Spring, Maryland. Publishing credits include a sci-fi novella and a handful of short stories. He holds degrees in creative writing and law.
Gwynne Garfinkle blog Web site Twitter
Stephen Gaskell   Web site Twitter
British writer who thinks speculative fiction is the most intelligent, most challenging, and most entertaining form of fiction, and wishes Hollywood would reflect this so that everyone who wasn't in on the secret got in on the secret. I love talking about stories, thinking about stories, dreaming about stories, but not so much writing stories. However, sheer bloody-mindedness has led to sales to Writers of the Future, Interzone, Clarkesworld, and a few others. I look forward to meeting you. Twitter: @stvgskll.
Gary Gibson   Web site Twitter
Ben Godby blog Web site  
Beth Goder   Web site  
David W. Goldman   Web site  
David W. Goldman grew up reading -- and planning to write -- science fiction. After winning a university poetry award, though, he was shanghaied from his writing career by a time-consuming Boston trade school. He subsequently moved to Puget Sound, where he further sidetracked himself by abandoning his trade and becoming a software company. A decade later he convinced somebody else to provide him regular work hours and a steady paycheck, and the sudden novelty of free evenings and weekends -- plus a writing workshop with Ursula Le Guin -- reminded him of his original plan. David currently lives in Portland, Oregon with his multi-talented wife, two appropriately hyperactive cats (Dash and Apostrophe), two digital pianos, three PCs, and eleven (mostly vintage) Macintoshes.
Abby Goldsmith blog Web site Twitter
Writer by night, Animator by day.
Rebecca Gomez Farrell blog Web site Twitter
Sarah Goslee   Web site Twitter
Jeremy M. Gottwig blog Web site Twitter
Montana native, who now lives in Baltimore. Writes short fiction.
RM Graves   Web site Twitter
Andrew Gray   Web site Twitter
Paul Alex Gray   Web site Twitter
Jude-Marie Green blog Web site Twitter
A. T. Greenblatt blog   Twitter
A. T. Greenblatt works in a firmly non-writing field when the sun is up and writes under a desk lamp at night. Fueled by a sheer love of books and a tyrannical imagination, she writes the stories that appear over her morning coffee and won't leave her alone until they are put down on paper. She writes, raves, and blogs at and on Twitter @AtGreenblatt
Michael Greenhut blog Web site  
Sarah Grey   Web site  
Sean Grigsby   Web site Twitter
Amy Griswold blog Web site Twitter
Eileen Lee   Web site Twitter
Shane Halbach blog Web site Twitter
Shane is a software engineer, happily married and living in Chicago with his wife, two kids and one nuisance cat. He has been accused of being obsessed with pirates, bacon, zombies and his kids (not necessarily in that order). He's a knitter, guitar player, budding accordionista, as well as a board and card game enthusiast. His fiction has appeared in Escape Pod, Redstone Science Fiction, and Daily Science Fiction, among others. He can be found online at
Kate Hall     Twitter
Renee Carter Hall blog Web site Twitter
Writer, reader, dreamer.
Lee Hallison blog Web site Twitter
Jasmine Hammer blog   Twitter
Elektra Hammond blog Web site Twitter
C Stuart Hardwick blog Web site Twitter
C Stuart Hardwick is a winner of Writers of the Future and other awards whose Heinleinesque work has appeared in Analog, Galaxy's Edge, and Mental Floss, among others. A southerner from South Dakota, he grew up writing radio plays and has been known to wear a cape.
Elliotte Rusty Harold blog Web site Twitter
When not laboring in his secret identity of a mild-mannered software developer, Elliotte Rusty Harold lives in a secret mountaintop laboratory on a large island off the East Coast of the United States with his eight-pound Maltese Thor. He’s an avid birder and insect photographer. His fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Crossed Genres, and Daily Science Fiction in addition to numerous anthologies. He has also also written over twenty non-fiction books for various publishers including Addison-Wesley, O'Reilly, Wiley, and Prentice Hall. His most recent books are Java Network Programming, 4th edition, and the JavaMail API, both from O’Reilly.
Nin Harris   Web site  
Gregor Hartmann      
By day, Gregor translates Japanese patents into English. By night, his mind roams.
Erin M. Hartshorn   Web site Twitter
Brennan Harvey   Web site  
Merrie Haskell blog Web site Twitter
Merrie Haskell lives in southeastern Michigan. She is the author of the children's historical fantasies, Handbook for Dragon Slayers (winner of the Schneider Family Book Award 2014), The Castle Behind Thorns, and The Princess Curse. Her short fiction has appeared in Asimov's, Strange Horizons, Nature, and Unplugged: Year's Best Online Fiction.
Sam Hawke   Web site Twitter
I'm an Australian fantasy author and my debut epic fantasy, City of Lies, is coming out with Tor in July 2018. I can't write short fiction to save my life, or anyone else's for that matter.
Michael Haynes   Web site Twitter
Sean Patrick Hazlett blog Web site Twitter
Sean Patrick Hazlett is an Army veteran living with his wife and three children in the San Francisco Bay area, where he works at a cybersecurity company. His short stories have appeared or will soon appear in publications such as Writers of the Future, Galaxy's Edge, Abyss & Apex, Grimdark Magazine, and Sci Phi Journal, among others. He holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School, a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and bachelor's degrees in History and Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. Before graduate school, he served as an Armored Cavalry officer at the Army's National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California, where he trained U.S. forces for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He considers writing as therapy that pays for itself.
Kate Heartfield blog Web site Twitter
Kate Heartfield writes speculative fiction in Ottawa, Canada. Her work has appeared in magazines such as Strange Horizons, Daily Science Fiction, Crossed Genres and Lackington's, and she is working on a historical fantasy novel.
Adam Heine blog   Twitter
Holly Heisey   Web site Twitter
Amanda Helms   Web site Twitter
Gary D Henderson blog Web site Twitter
Stephanie Herman blog Web site Twitter
William Hertling   Web site Twitter
Miriah Hetherington blog   Twitter
Larry Hodges blog Web site  
Larry Hodges is an active SFWA member, full-time writer, and championship table tennis player & coach. Cross him in any way, and you will face the wrath of his ping-pong paddle! :)
Liam Hogan   Web site Twitter
C L Holland blog Web site Twitter
C.L. Holland is a British fantasy writer and winner of Writers of the Future.
Kelly Horn   Web site Twitter
SL Huang blog Web site Twitter
SL Huang justifies her MIT degree by using it to write eccentric mathematical superhero fiction, starting with her debut novel, Zero Sum Game. In real life, you can usually find her hanging upside down from the ceiling or stabbing people with swords.
Alexis A Hunter blog   Twitter
Patrick Hurley blog   Twitter
Langley Hyde   Web site Twitter
Langley Hyde writes steampunk, fantasy, and romance. Her debut novel, Highfell Grimoires, was named a best book of 2014 in SF/Fantasy/Horror by Publishers Weekly.
Jose Iriarte   Web site Twitter
Elaine Isaak   Web site Twitter
The author of The Singer's Crown and The Eunuch's Heir, both from Eos Books. And now The Bastard Queen, available from Visit the website to find out why you do not want to be her hero.
Adam Israel blog Web site Twitter
Writes Science Fiction and Fantasy. Graduate of 2007 James Gunn Workshop and Clarion 2010. Creative Director, Electric Velocipede. Slush reader, Lightspeed. Staff writer, & Generally plays well with others.
Debra Jess blog Web site Twitter
pauljessup blog Web site Twitter
K.G. Jewell   Web site  
K.G. Jewell lives and writes in Austin, Texas. He is a '09 Odfellow, and a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
Jim Johnson blog Web site Twitter
Jim Johnson is the author of the Pistols and Pyramids series as well as other prose fiction series currently under development. He has written sundry other pieces of fiction, including several stories published in the Star Trek universe, and has freelanced for pen and paper roleplaying game companies, including Decipher and White Wolf. Please visit for more information on Jim and his interests and writing. Jim lives in historic Alexandria, VA with his wife, newborn son, and several crazy cats.
L.S. Johnson   Web site Twitter
Matthew Johnson blog Web site Twitter
RPL Johnson   Web site  
Richard Johnson is an Australian writer of speculative fiction living in Melbourne. He won the writers of the Future contest for 2011 and the Jim Baen Memorial writing contest in 2012.
Cameron Johnston   Web site Twitter
Michael M Jones blog Web site Twitter
Michael M. Jones wears many hats. He is a book reviewer for Publishers Weekly and, an anthology editor for Circlet Press, and a writer of science fiction, fantasy, and erotica (sometimes all three at once.)
Rachael Jones blog Web site Twitter
Sharon Joss blog Web site Twitter
Vylar Kaftan   Web site Twitter
Vylar Kaftan writes short sf/f fiction and is a volunteer instructor for teenage writers.
Brenda Kalt   Web site  
Keffy Kehrli blog Web site  
Joy Kennedy ONeill   Web site  
Jake Kerr blog Web site Twitter
Rajan Khanna   Web site Twitter
Michael Kinn   Web site Twitter
Michael makes up stuff as a scientist, a storyteller and a writer, any combination of which sets his creative juices flowing. He loves the ocean, writes under the influence of green tea and finds life a breeze compared to negotiating his teenagers' freedom charters. Michael is addicted to great stories and in dire need of extra lives.
Benjamin C. Kinney   Web site Twitter
Benjamin C. Kinney is a pseudonymous neuroscientist and SFF writer. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri with two cats and a spacefaring wife. He's the Assistant Editor at Escape Pod, and his stories have been published in Strange Horizons, Flash Fiction Online, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and more.
Floris Kleijne blog Web site Twitter
Floris is a cat lover allergic to cats, a fast writer with few stories actually written, a Dutchman who doesn't... well, any of the things Dutchmen supposedly do, like abuse illegal substances or stick his finger in dykes. He is a Writers of the Future winner, and spends his days wishing there were more speculative fiction writers in the Netherlands.
Gary Kloster   Web site Twitter
Gary Kloster is a librarian, a martial artist, a stay-at-home dad, and a writer. But only occasionally all at once. His work has appeared in Writers of the Future 25, Baen's Universe, IGMS, Fantasy Magazine and Clarkesworld.
Dan Koboldt blog Web site Twitter
Dan is a fantasy/sci-fi author, genetics researcher, and avid bowhunter living in St. Louis, Missouri.
Rachel Kolar blog Web site Twitter
Leo Korogodski blog Web site  
Stephen Kotowych blog Web site Twitter
Philip Kramer   Web site Twitter
Philip Kramer lives, works, and writes in Seattle Washington. He is a Biomedical researcher who studies aging, metabolism, and oxidative stress. He has completed three as-of-yet unpublished novels with more in development. His short stories and non-fiction articles feature on Baen and in several anthologies and books. He maintains a writing blog dedicated to helping writers get the science right in science fiction.
Jamie Kress     Twitter
Matthew Kressel   Web site Twitter
Jordan Kurella blog Web site Twitter
Jonathan Laidlow   Web site Twitter
Jonathan Laidlow grew up in the North West of England, near the Sellafield Nuclear Power plant, which regularly leaked. He has one good leg, one good eye, and one good ear.
Jason LaPier blog Web site Twitter
Jon Lasser blog Web site Twitter
Jon Lasser lives and writes in Seattle. He’s a graduate of Clarion West 2016 and a winner of Writers of the Future. His website is
Stephen Lawson   Web site  
Stephanie Leary blog Web site Twitter
Nicole J. LeBoeuf blog Web site  
Kate Lechler blog Web site Twitter
I write, teach, and edit for a living. One time, I ate a live minnow.
William Ledbetter   Web site Twitter
Gerri Leen blog Web site Twitter
Anne Leonard   Web site Twitter
Leena Likitalo   Web site  
Craig Lincoln     Twitter
kirsten lincoln blog Web site  
Yosef Lindell      
Darcie Little Badger     Twitter
Phytoplankton geneticist, writer, and fan of the weird, beautiful, and scary.
Stephen R. Loftus-Mercer   Web site  
Stephanie Loree   Web site Twitter
Born and stuck in Ohio, Stephanie Lorée writes fantasy fiction and occasionally moonlights as a rock star. Her short stories have appeared in such places as Abyss & Apex, Urban Fantasy Magazine, and as tie-in fiction for the Pathfinder RPG from Paizo, Inc. In 2013, she was a finalist for the Writers of the Future award. With her editor hat on, Stephanie freelances for indie authors and small presses, and she's a longtime slush minion for Lightspeed and Nightmare magazines. A self-proclaimed super nerd, Stephanie loves gaming, technology, good sushi, and bad kung fu flicks. Her digital life is available for stalking at
Marina J Lostetter blog Web site Twitter
Brian K. Lowe blog Web site Twitter
Christine Lucas blog    
Jeff Lyman      
Terry Madden   Web site Twitter
Darja Malcolm-Clarke      
Usman Malik blog   Twitter
Emma Maree   Web site Twitter
Marshall Ryan Maresca   Web site Twitter
Marshall Ryan Maresca is a fantasy and sci-fi author, as well as playwright living in Austin, Texas. He is the author of the Maradaine Novels.
Phil Margolies blog Web site Twitter
Rachel Marks blog Web site Twitter
Rachel A. Marks is a writer and artist, a surfer and dirt-bike rider, chocolate lover and keeper of faerie secrets. She teaches her four kids at home and tries not to act like a nerd during science class. She was voted: Most Likely to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse, but hopes she'll never have to test the theory. Her debut novel DARKNESS BRUTAL (Skyscape, 2015) released as an Amazon Best Seller with DARKNESS FAIR hot on its heels. DARKNESS SAVAGE release, as it should, just before Halloween (Oct 11, 2016).
Samuel Marzioli blog   Twitter
Alastair Mayer blog Web site  
Ronya F. McCool   Web site  
Odyssey graduate, writer of science fiction and horror, librarian, etc, etc. Currently contributing to Speculative Chic, which covers SF/F/H in books, gaming, TV, movies, podcasts & more.
brigitte mccray     Twitter
Angus McIntyre   Web site Twitter
Kathryn McMahon   Web site Twitter
P. A. Cornell     Twitter
Melissa Mead blog Web site  
Melissa Mead lives in Upstate NY. She's a writer who never knows what to say in blurbs. You can find more about her (and the Carpe Libris Writers Group) here:
Rati Mehrotra blog Web site Twitter
Lynette Mejia blog Web site Twitter
Lynette Mejia writes science fiction, fantasy, and horror prose and poetry. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Daily Science Fiction, Goblin Fruit, Dreams & Nightmares, Mythic Delirium, and Strange Horizons, among others. In 2010 she was nominated for the Million Writers Award.
Mel Melcer   Web site Twitter
Matt Mikalatos blog   Twitter
Jeremy Minton      
Coral Moore   Web site Twitter
Grayson Bray Morris   Web site  
Grayson Bray Morris was born and raised in eastern North Carolina; since 2002 she has lived in the Netherlands with her husband and three children. She earned a BS in mathematics in 1989, then went on to study the technical side of computer graphics before leaving academia to program assembly on parallel digital signal processors. After fifteen years as a freelance corporate translator, she now translates journalism, novels, and short stories from Dutch into American English.
Tracy S Morris   Web site Twitter
Writer, Essayist, Podcaster.
Timothy Mudie      
Michelle Muenzler   Web site Twitter
Allison Mulder blog   Twitter
Alvin R Mullen   Web site  
John Murphy blog Web site Twitter
Samantha Murray blog Web site  
Samantha Murray is a writer, actor, mathematician and mother. Not particularly in that order. She lives in Western Australia in a household of unruly boys
Russ Nickel      
George Nikolopoulos blog   Twitter
Christi Nogle     Twitter
Bennett North blog   Twitter
Rick Novy   Web site Twitter
Rick writes fiction and non-fiction from his home in Arizona (it's a wry heat).
Dayo Ntwari   Web site Twitter
Megan E OKeefe   Web site Twitter
Ryan Sean OReilly   Web site  
Suyi Davies Okungbowa blog Web site Twitter
Karen Osborne   Web site Twitter
Kurt Pankau blog Web site Twitter
Mark Pantoja   Web site  
Bradley Robert Parks blog Web site Twitter
Sandy Parsons blog Web site Twitter
Andrea M. Pawley   Web site Twitter
Another great thing about editing my novel on my iPhone is it only takes one hand. The other hand can hold a pastry.
Josh Pearce   Web site Twitter
Laura Pearlman blog   Twitter
Angela Penrose blog Web site  
Diana Pharaoh Francis blog Web site Twitter
Gary B. Phillips blog   Twitter
Gwen Phua   Web site Twitter
Tony Pi blog Web site Twitter
Writer, Linguist, Administrator. 2015 Aurora Award for Best English Poem/Song. 2nd place winner of the Writers of the Future Contest (Q1 2006), vol. XXIII. Nominated in the category of "Best Short-Form Work in English", 2008 Prix Aurora Awards. Nominated for the 2009 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
Aimee Picchi blog Web site Twitter
Sarah Pinsker   Web site Twitter
Chloie Piveral blog Web site Twitter
Chloie Piveral, a 2015 graduate of The Odyssey Writing Workshop, currently resides in the American Midwest. She is perpetually on the lookout for an escape, most of all from the beast humidity. Visit her online at for updates, or to see how long it takes her to dig a metaphorical tunnel through Kansas.
Meg Pontecorvo   Web site  
John Popham     Twitter
Bethany Powell blog Web site Twitter
Bethany Powell writes YA fantasy and poetry. She works with writers and creators as a coach to get their health and energy on track to be more productive. Check out her published stories and poetry at Her coaching webpage is
Stephen S. Power   Web site Twitter
Lettie Prell blog Web site Twitter
Brad Preslar   Web site Twitter
Brad Preslar writes from Nashville, Tennessee, where he lives with his wife Ellie and their dog Stella (named for his wife's favorite cider with a nod to Mr. Williams.) He owns boots but not a cowboy hat.
Shawn Proctor   Web site Twitter
Shawn Proctor’s writing has been nominated for Best New American Voices and published in several literary journals and anthologies, including Daily Science Fiction, Galaxy's Edge, Crab Orchard Review and Flash Fiction Online.
Melanie Rees blog   Twitter
Mike Reeves-McMillan blog Web site  
Luc Reid blog Web site Twitter
Luc Reid is a Writers of the Future winner and the founder of Codex. His fiction has appeared in Nature, Daily Science Fiction, Escape Pod, Abyss & Apex, and a variety of other publications. His first book, Talk the Talk: Authentic Slang from 65 American Subcultures was published by Writer's Digest books in 2006.
Alter S. Reiss blog    
I'm an archaeological editor and field archaeologist. Also, I write.
Pamela Rentz blog Web site Twitter
Pamela Rentz is a graduate of Clarion West 2008. She's been published in Asimov's, Innsmouth Free Press and Apex Magazine.
Alexandra Renwick blog Web site Twitter
Alexandra Camille Renwick is a genre-elastic US & Canadian writer with stories under various iterations of her name in Asimov's, Fantasy Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock’s and Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazines, Clockwork Phoenix, Imaginarium: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, and The Year’s Best Hardcore Horror. Born in Los Angeles but raised in Yorkshire, Philadelphia, Denmark, and Austin, she currently lives in a crumbling historic urban manor in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa. More at or on Twitter @AlexCRenwick.
Jay Ridler blog    
Gray Rinehart blog Web site Twitter
Contributing Editor (a.k.a. "Slushmaster General") for Baen Books. Singer/songwriter. Needs to write a lot more than he does.
Andrew L. Roberts     Twitter
Judson Roberts   Web site  
Judson Roberts is the author of The Strongbow Saga, an epic 9th century adventure set in the world of the Vikings. The books in the series can be previewed at his website.
Scott M. Roberts blog Web site  
Scott M. Roberts sees himself as a demon who feeds off dark butterflies of evil. Roberts is also a man who has done despicable things with a spoon.

You can find his lepidopteric exploits, along with descriptions of his many place-setting depravities, on his website, Lord Of All Fools. He is also the Lead Editor for Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show.
J.B. Rockwell blog Web site Twitter
James Wesley Rogers      
Rebecca Roland blog Web site Twitter
Anton Rose   Web site Twitter
Daniel Rosen   Web site Twitter
Matt Rotundo blog Web site Twitter
Lauren M. Roy blog Web site Twitter
Merc Rustad   Web site Twitter
Clarissa C. S. Ryan blog Web site Twitter
Laura F. Sanchez      
Victoria Sandbrook Flynn blog Web site Twitter
Victoria Sandbrook is a fantasy writer and freelance nonfiction editor. Her short fiction has appeared in SHIMMER, CAST OF WONDERS, and SWORDS & STEAM SHORT STORIES. A graduate of Viable Paradise XVIII, she lives in the Boston area with her family.
Kelly Sandoval   Web site Twitter
Erica Satifka blog Web site Twitter
cathschaffstump   Web site  
I write fantasy for young readers, teens, and adults, often with a root in folklore and mythology. I teach English as a second language at an Iowa community college. I have been known to fight crime.
Gregory Scheckler blog Web site Twitter
Ken Schneyer blog Web site  
Lawrence M. Schoen blog Web site Twitter
Lawrence is responsible for coming up with the name Codex. That is his sole contribution to this community of authors and he plans to keep milking it. So there. Well, okay, most years he also organizes the official Codex Breakfast at the Worldcon. But only because he likes watching you all eat.
Holly Schofield blog Web site  
Holly Schofield travels through time at the rate of one second per second, oscillating between the alternate realities of city and country life. Her short stories have appeared in Analog, Lightspeed, Escape Pod, and many other publications throughout the world. For more of her work, visit
Ken Schrader   Web site Twitter
I am a science fiction and fantasy writer, a shameless Geek, a fan of the Oxford comma, and I make housing decisions based upon the space available for bookshelves.
Rebecca Schwarz blog   Twitter
An ex-librarian and ex-cocktail waitress, I have always been a writer. By day I am a mild-mannered Editorial Assistant for a scientific journal, by night I write science fiction and fantasy stories.
Eric Schwitzgebel blog Web site Twitter
Effie Seiberg   Web site Twitter
John Shade   Web site Twitter
LisaShapter blog Web site Twitter
I am working on an alternate history series with one publication to its name: the novella A Day in Deep Freeze (Conversation Pieces no. 46) Aqueduct Press.

I am also working on an LBGT-positive feminist military SF series about the colonization of the Milky Way galaxy. The series in internal chronological order is:

[The loss of the Hera is in '10]

1) '19 in Black Denim Lit (October 2015)

2) '19 "The World in His Throat" in Things We Are Not: An M-Brane SF Magazine Queer Science Fiction Anthology (2009)

3) '23 "Inducement" in Black Denim Lit (September 2016)

4) '27 "Searching" in Black Denim Lit (December 2014)

5) '28 "Nightskyman Hope" in Expanded Horizons (January 2016)

6) '34 "Life on Earth" in Expanded Horizons (January 2015)

7) "No Woman, No Plaything" in Kaleidotrope (October 2012)

8) "Planet 38" in Four Star Stories (Summer 2013)

9) "Planet 50" in Black Denim Lit (July 2015)

10) (100 and 400 years in the stories' future) "The Other Two Men" (play) (Read at by the Generic Theater at The Players' Ring in Portsmouth, NH, USA Nov. 2015; Performance date Summer 2016)

I collect antique typewriters (my favorite is the Remington 5), have a background in antiquarian books, and work at libraries.

Damon Shaw      
Matthew Shean   Web site Twitter
Cranky misanthropist in search of perpetual Sunday afternoon laze. Odyssey '16 grad. I used to be a scientist, and I like pie.
Alex Shvartsman   Web site Twitter
Alex Shvartsman is a writer and game designer. His adventures so far have included traveling to over 30 countries, playing a card game for a living, and building a successful business. Alex resides in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and son. His blog can be found at
Mark Silcox blog    
Mark Silcox is a Professor of philosophy at The University of Central Oklahoma. He is editor of Experience Machines: The philosophy of Virtual Worlds (Rowman & Littlefield Intl., 2017), a co-author of Philosophy through Video Games (Taylor & Francis, 2008) and co-editor of Dungeons & Dragons and Philosophy: Raiding the Temple of Wisdom (Open Court, 2012). He is also a graduate of the 2011 Summer Short Story Workshop at the Center for the Study of Science Fiction at the University of Kansas.
Frances Silversmith   Web site Twitter
Jeremy Sim   Web site  
Amy Sisson blog Web site  
K B Sluss blog Web site Twitter
Brent Smith blog   Twitter
Cislyn Smith     Twitter
Michael Smith     Twitter
Lover of science, technology, history, & languages. Teacher of various IT and business courses including systems analysis and design, project management, modeling with spreadsheets, database development, emerging technologies, and data communications.
Derek So     Twitter
Jeff Soesbe blog Web site Twitter
Jeff Soesbe writes stories and stuff.
Arley Sorg blog Web site Twitter
I write lots of kinds of stuff, often dealing with identity in one way or another. Tend to get into dark things, but not exclusively. I blog a bit about writing, society, relationships, and "stuff 'n' things."
Katherine Sparrow blog Web site  
D.A. Xiaolin Spires   Web site Twitter
I am an SFF (speculative) fiction writer and an academic (National Science Foundation fellow).
Carlie St. George blog    
David Steffen   Web site Twitter
Jeff Stehman      
Dustin Steinacker     Twitter
D. J. Stevenson   Web site Twitter
A writer of many names, I write mostly speculative fiction: fantasy, science fiction, or some combination of both. I also write thrillers, action/adventure, and romance. I also love musical theater and work backstage as a techie and stage manager, and am fluent in German.
Steven R. Stewart blog   Twitter
Eric James Stone blog Web site Twitter
Eric longs for the day when he will have a great blurb, but that day has not yet come.
Grant Stone   Web site Twitter
Dan Stout   Web site Twitter
BonnieJoStuffle blog Web site Twitter
Morris Stuttard   Web site Twitter
I live in Prague, Czech Republic. If my career were akin to cooking, mine would be making pancakes. Not the fundamentally flavourless result, at least I hope not. What I meant is that I seem to be branding-averse and have spread myself as widely as possible across the flat pan of format and genre. My job is to write stories and scripts for screen and, at the moment, a trilogy of novels, but I also work on video games and, in the past, did a produced play and some poems. I manage to retain some degree of Britishness by means of membership to the Writers' Guild of Great Britain.
Philip Suggars blog Web site Twitter
Philip Suggars writes weird stuff. Sometimes it even gets published or wins awards.
Naru Sundar blog Web site Twitter
Amy Sundberg blog Web site Twitter
Henry Szabranski blog Web site Twitter
K.M. Szpara     Twitter
Bogi Takcs blog Web site Twitter
Andrea Tang blog Web site Twitter
Tee Tate blog Web site Twitter
Gretchen Tessmer     Twitter
Allison Thai blog   Twitter
Natalia Theodoridou   Web site Twitter
Benjamin Thomas blog Web site Twitter
A multi-genre writer who has far too many ideas and not enough completed pieces.
Tex Thompson blog   Twitter
Laurie Tom blog   Twitter
T. M. Tomilson blog   Twitter
Michael R. Underwood   Web site  
I'm a graduate of the 2007 Clarion West workshop. I have two series with Pocket Star: The Ree Reyes series (GEEKOMANCY, CELEBROMACY, ATTACK THE GEEK), and the YOUNGER GODS series, as well as SHIELD AND CROCUS, an epic fantasy coming from 47North in 2014. My short fiction has appeared in Escape Pod and Crossed Genres.
Todd Vandemark   Web site  
The Revolution will not be televised. It will be coded in RNA and distributed as beef jerky.
Marie Vibbert blog Web site Twitter
I play football and dress-up, drink whisky and ride my bike to work, where I'm a programmer / developer. My short fiction has appeared in Analog (four times!), Lightspeed, OSCIGMS, and on Escape Pod and other markets. My story "Keep Talking" was Apex Magazine Story of the Year in 2014 and was called "Everything Science Fiction should be" by The Oxford Culture Review. I sell poems now and then, but don't hold that against me.
Leo Vladimirsky   Web site Twitter
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David VonAllmen   Web site Twitter
Kevin Wabaunsee blog Web site Twitter
Kevin Wabaunsee is a former newspaper reporter and a current editor, communications director, and speculative fiction writer. He is a Prairie Band Potawatomi. He writes science fiction and fantasy: everything from alien planets to strange biology and unsettling magic, and the impossible places they come from.
Erin A. Tidwell     Twitter
Nancy SM Waldman blog Web site Twitter
Wren Wallis blog Web site Twitter
Holly Walrath blog Web site Twitter
Damien Angelica Walters blog Web site Twitter
David Walton   Web site Twitter
David is the author of THE GENIUS PLAGUE, a thriller about mind control, cryptography, and a fungal pandemic that can make you smarter. His other novels include quantum physics murder mysteries SUPERPOSITION and SUPERSYMMETRY, and the Philip K. Dick Award-winning TERMINAL MIND. He's also a Lockheed Martin engineer and the father of seven children.
LaShawn M. Wanak blog   Twitter
Barbara J Webb   Web site Twitter
Christoph Weber   Web site  
Darusha Wehm blog Web site Twitter
Darusha writes speculative fiction and poetry as M. Darusha Wehm and mainstream work as Darusha Wehm, and is the author of ten published novels, several poems and many short stories. Originally from Canada, Darusha currently lives in Wellington, New Zealand after spending the past several years sailing around the Pacific.
Michael Wehunt   Web site Twitter
James R Wells   Web site Twitter
Erin Wilcox blog Web site Twitter
Speculative and literary fiction writer. Pushcart Prize nominee. Occasional poet & essayist. Nerfherder.
Fran Wilde blog Web site Twitter
Alex Wilson blog Web site Twitter
Writer and actor from northern Ohio and now based in Carrboro, NC. Comics have won the Eagle Award and fiction has won Writers of the Future. Other work has appeared in Asimov's, LCRW, Shimmer, and Outlaw Territory II (Image Comics). Known as "Alex Wilson" through 2013.
Filip Wiltgren blog Web site Twitter
John Wiswell blog   Twitter
Michal Wojcik blog    
Jeremiah Wolf     Twitter
Mike Wood blog Web site Twitter
J. Deery Wray     Twitter
Tristina Wright   Web site Twitter
Tristina Wright is a queer SFF writer made of magic and exposed nerves.
Christie Yant blog Web site  
Karlo Yeager Rodriguez   Web site Twitter
Anna Yeatts   Web site Twitter