D. B. Reynolds-Moreton
David Reynolds-Moreton is a retired Research & Development Engineer. Fed up with the 'new sci-fi' books in his local library he turned his hand at writing for himself. Inspired by the classical sci-fi greats such as Clarke, Asimov, Sturgeon, Russell etc he turned out a series of books that surprised even himself with the response and demand they generated.
He now has about a dozen books to his name and is still going strong!
Andy Severn is a veteran of the computer games industry, cutting his teeth on the Spectrum back in the 80's through to producer roles on chart-topping games such as Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and AVP.
He lives in a small village near Oxford with his wife and two children running sci-fi-cafe.com and Oxford eBooks.
If he weren't so busy, he'd write more.
Drew (Andy) Bryenton is a ninja, porn star, astronaut and the world's greatest liar!
In reality he lives in the tiny seaside town of One Tree Point, in the far north of New Zealand, where he writes looking out over the harbor at the sacred pinnacles of Mount Manaia. In 'real life' he's an electronics and home energy efficiency rep, but in his spare time he plays wargames, composes music, paints, and herds cats. His desire to write action sci-fi comes from a childhood of comics and cartoons that still isn't over at age thirty-two. His influences range from Iain Banks and Neal Asher to Slayer and H.R. Giger.
William L.K. lives in the suburbs of New York with his wife and two children. He began writing creatively as a teenager and has written and produced several successful plays and musicals in the NY area. William earned his B.A. and M.S. from Dowling College. He is currently a professional musician on the weekends and a science fiction/fantasy author during the week.
Valerie Estelle Frankel
Valerie Frankel was born at an early age. In order to finance her hobbies of paper napkin collecting and library hopping, she teaches creative writing for children and teens, along with teaching Composition at San Jose State University. She does storytelling for kids and has taught most grades, from kindergarten through high school.
Her many short stories appeared in the anthologies Legends of the Pendragon, In the Outposts of Beyond, and several best of the year anthologies. Shes also been published in Rosebud Magazine, The Oklahoma Review, and seventy other magazines.
After earning a B.A. at UC Davis, she became the youngest person ever to receive a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing degree from San Jose State University, an event that has earned her only limited wealth and success. She enjoys dancing, acting, and costuming in what little remains of her spare time, and reads a novel every day, just for fun. She would have gone crazy long ago, except for her collection of singing potatoes.
Many of her short stories lurk on her website, along with writing tips, games, reading lists, and an interactive fantasy kingdom especially for kids. Visit www.calithwain.com to begin the adventure.
Psycho-figurative artist and Writers in Oxford member, Mike Philbin has been writing his 'genreclectic' fiction for twenty years under various guises. He is the editor of the annual "Chimeraworld" anthology from Chimericana Books. His most recent novels are the anti-corporate-horror "Bukkakeworld" and the angel-apocalypse "Planet of the Owls" from Silverthought Press (NY).
Brandon Michael Collinsworth
Brandon Michael Collinsworth is the author of numerous works of dark short fiction. He lives in a dark cave in Louisiana, USA with his wife and six children. Ever since he was a teenager Brandon has used warped view of the world to inspire his twisted writings. Where most people see normality Brandon sees a dark underbelly pulsing with malevolent intent.
Brandon graduated from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Lousiana in 2007, and was published in his alma mater's literary journal the same year. Through his life Brandon has held numerous jobs from hotel desk clerk, social worker, and computer programmer. None of which touch at all on writing, but all of which give him a deeper understanding of the human condition.
Along with writing fiction Brandon also likes to post his random thoughts on life, politics, and reviews at: www.lethaldose.blog.com
Boredom is a word that was missed from Dawn's vocabulary. When not working, she fills her time by writing, drawing, designing, or reading - if her cat allows it – and, not forgetting, being a loving wife.
Professionally, Dawn works for an internet retail company as a web copywriter, designer and marketer. Unprofessionally she's the author of numerous short horror stories and numerous unpublished novels, something she's hoping to change in the near future with her new collection of Fantasy Sagas.
And, seeing as she's been writing fiction since the age of 10, she's now hoping that it's time for her trials and hard work to finally pay off.
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