Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space) Authors

Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space) Authors

  • Award-winning author Ginn Hale lives in the Pacific Northwest with her lovely wife and their wicked cat. She spends the rainy days observing local fungi. The stormy nights, she spends writing science-fiction and fantasy stories featuring LGBT protagonists.
  • Ashley Deng is a Canadian-born Chinese-Jamaican writer with a love of fantasy and all things Gothic. Currently working through a degree in biochemistry, she spends her spare time overthinking genre fiction and writing. She cycles back to pirates more often than she’d like to admit.
  • Joyce Chng is Singaporean. They write science fiction, YA and things in between. Joyce is also the co-editor of The Sea is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia. They can be found at @jolantru and A Wolf’s Tale.
  • Ed Grabianowski has worked as a contributing writer for io9 and HowStuffWorks. He’s also the singer and lyricist for a rock band called Spacelord. This is the first Jagga story, but not the last.
  • Mharie West learnt to read with one hand to enable reading while eating, showering, getting dressed, and most other life tasks. She loves world-building and occasionally gets words onto the page too. She studied Vikings and Anglo-Saxons at university (no, really), and Serpent’s Tail is her second publication.
  • Megan Arkenberg’s work has appeared in over fifty magazines and anthologies, including Lightspeed, Asimov’s, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Shimmer, and Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year. She has edited the fantasy e-zine Mirror Dance since 2008. She currently lives in Northern California, where she’s pursuing a Ph.D. in English literature.
  • A long-time resident of Ottawa, Elliott Dunstan is in the last year of a Classics degree at Carleton University, which ended up being the basis for ‘Andromache’s War’. Elliott has been previously published by Battleaxe Press and In/Words Magazine & Press, and has self-published a poetry chapbook.
  • Geonn Cannon lives in Oklahoma. He is the author of several novels, including the Riley Parra series which is currently being produced as a webseries for Tello Films. He also writes official tie-in novels for Fandemonium’s Stargate SG-1 series.
  • Su Haddrell is a British writer from Worcester, UK. She has had stories published by Fox Spirit and Phrenic Press. In addition to writing, she also plays the drums and organises the UK’s only Judge Dredd convention. She loves rum, her cat, her boyfriend and movies where things explode within the first 14 seconds.
  • Soumya Sundar Mukherjee, an admirer of engaging speculative fiction, is a bi-lingual author from West Bengal, India, writing about stuff strange dreams are made of. His works have appeared/ will appear in the anthology Mother of Invention, Occult Detective Quarterly, and the anthology Hidden Menagerie, among a few others.
  • Matisse Mozer is a writer and librarian living in lovely Los Angeles, California. If he’s not writing obviously-anime-influenced stories, he’s probably buying imported action figures despite his bank account’s protest. He’s also likely to be retweeting memes on Twitter as @thecopperhikari.
  • Caroline Sciriha lives in Malta, where she works as a Head of Department of English in a Secondary School. She writes fiction—especially fantasy—whenever her day job allows. Her short stories have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including Beyond Steampunk, Mind Candy and New Myths.
  • Peter Golubock is a teacher, writer, and pie enthusiast. He lives with his family in New Taipei City, Taiwan.
  • Michael Merriam has published three novels, two collections, and over 90 short stories and poems. His novel Last Car to Annwn Station was named a Top Book in 2011 by Readings in Lesbian & Bisexual Women’s Fiction. He lives in Hopkins, MN with his wife and two ridiculous cats.
  • AJ Fitzwater is a dragon wearing a dapper meat-suit living between the cracks of Christchurch, New Zealand. Their words of import can be found in Clarkesworld, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Glittership, Shimmer Magazine, and many other venues of repute. They survived the trial-by-wordfire of Clarion 2014, and is a two time winner Sir Julius Vogel Award winner.