Simon Kewin is from the UK. By day he's a software developer, but comes out at night to write fantasy and SF. He blogs about writing and stuff at Spellmaking. He wishes he had the same weather as Milo.
Stephen V. Ramey is a renouned writer (i.e. a writer who reuses nouns) from New Castle Pennsylvania. He blogs about his various adventures in writing and editing at Ramey Writes, home of the coveted Slushy Award. Go Slush!
Stephanie M. Lorée writes speculative fiction, moonlights as a rock star, and works in a cubicle for The Man. Her stories cover important, literary topics like psychic tattoos and zombie robots. Stephanie's digital life is available for stalking at Scribbler to Scribe.
Erin Cole is a dark fiction writer from Portland, OR. After obtaining her B.S. in psychology, she naturally progressed into penning mystery and horror. In her spare time, she turns the clocks backwards and claims that she has all the time in the world. For what, she is still deciding. ErinColeWrites.com
Alex Shvartsman is a writer, editor, and translator from Brooklyn, NY. His short stories have appeared in Nature, Daily Science Fiction, and many other venues. He is a member of SFWA, Codex Writers and a graduate of Viable Paradise workshop. On rare occasions, he updates his blog.
Jeff Chapman writes software by day and speculative fiction when he should be asleep. His stories have appeared in various anthologies and online publications. He lives with his wife, children, and cat in a house with more books than bookshelf space. You can find him musing about words and fiction here.
Shelley Ontis has spent the last several years as a full-time freelance writer, but now makes a living writing fiction. Her horror and dark fantasy short stories and poems have been published in a variety of places in print and online. You can see what she's up to at her mostly neglected blog, Having Written.
Devin Miller is a tar heel who writes fiction . . . and sometimes does other things, too. His fiction has appeared in DSF, Ray Gun Revival, Electric Spec, and many others. He has won two awards for his fiction, and served as a judge for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Be sure to visit his blog and say hello!