Guest Authors



Jessica Holmes



Jessica goes by Jess most of the time, but labours under the delusion that going by her full name when writing will make her seem like more of a grown-up.


When not running back and forth fetching vegetables for the world's bossiest guinea pig, Jessica lives vicariously through her characters, a good number of whom would kill someone without blinking an eye. She swears this is no reflection on her own character. These brave and often bloodthirsty characters reside in the realms of science-fiction and fantasy, and most of them hail from a world where pirate ships sail the skies, the setting for the novel Jessica is working on at the present.



​You can follow her at her Twitter: @scribblingjess

Personal photo courtesy of Dandelion Design
Rights Reserved 2014

Matthew Harvey


Roleplayer extraordinaire, can dissect, min-max and rework pretty much any roleplaying system available (we have seen that). Fond of wolves and non taker of nonsense, he is a straight foward fellow and the fourth author that is joining us in this project.


He likes to write epic fantasy and steampunk stories and is currently working on his short stories.

Martha Gonzalez (aka Alei Kotdaishura)


Scientist, critic, anime fan and  connoisseur of asian literature and art (she actually likes to read classic chinese novels) is the fifth author joining us. A prolific fanfic author, this is her first dabble in original work. She is also tough as nails.


She likes to write epic fantasy stories and is currently working on her short stories.

​You can follow her at her Twitter: @AleiKotdaishura
And her Facebook Page.

Support Authors



Ricardo Victoria 


Neurosis made flesh, he combines a weird mix of fandoms: superheros, Lovecraftian horror, RPG, anime, science, action figures and fantasy. Says that his inspirations are G.R.R. Martin, H.P. Lovecraft, Terry Pratchett and 80's cartoons. Make of that what you want. Also holds a PhD and practices writing in his non-native languages by working on research papers. Also dreams of being an archer vigilante.


He likes to write science fiction fantasy (when he is not suffering from 15 years of writer's block) and is currently working on his horror science epic fantasy novel "Tempest Blades"​.


​You can follow him at his Twitter: @Winged_Leo
And his Facebook Page.

  

Brent A. Harris 


Brent says that when he was born angels trumpeted his birth. We seriously doubt it. Family man, manages to juggle the demands of a day job, parenting and geeking with aplomb and grace, and thus managed to write a doorstopper of a novel (we are proud of you buddy).


He likes to write alternative history and fantasy and is currently working on his alternative history novel "A time of need"​.

​You can follow him at his Twitter: @BrentAHarris1
And his Facebook Page.

Stephen Hunt (aka. Leo McBride)


Stephen goes by his pen name when it comes to his writings, since his real name is already in use by another writer. He is the mentor and guru of the group, by virtue of not only being the oldest and most devious, but also because he is a professional writer, journalist and editor in chief at a major Bahamas Newspaper. Basically he is Superman, Superman's boss and archenemy all at once.


He likes to write fantasy and science fiction and is currently working on his supernatural mystery novel "Fresh Blood"​.


​You can follow him at his Twitter: @chippychatty

And his Facebook Page.

Founding Authors



Rob Edwards 



Rob is a British born writer and podcaster, currently living in Finland.  His podcast, StorycastRob, features readings from his short stories and excerpts from longer works.  He likes to think he will one day learn Finnish, but progress is slow.  In the meantime, he writes sci-fi, fantasy, and superhero fiction in English.  Very very English.


His greatest geek pride is his entry on wookieepedia, the a result of writing several Star Wars RPG scenarios back in the day.
Rob is currently working on a YA novel featuring superheroes in space.


​You can follow him at his Twitter: @StorycastRob 

Personal photo courtesy of Dandelion Design

Rights Reserved 2016

Maria Haskins 



Maria Haskins is a Swedish-Canadian writer and certified translator. She writes speculative fiction and poetry, and debuted as a writer in Sweden sometime in the distant dinosaur-riddled prehistoric era, AKA the 1980s. Since 1992 she lives in Canada, just outside Vancouver, with a husband, two kids, and a very large black dog.

Her published works in Swedish include three collections of poetry, a novel, and a collection of science fiction short stories. In 2015, she made her English-language debut as a writer with a collection of science fiction, and a book of poetry. She also regularly contributes flash-fiction to R.B. Wood’s Word Count Podcast.


​You can follow her at her Twitter: @MariaHaskins 

And her Facebook page.