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Keith R. A. DeCandido
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TammyJo Eckhart, PhD
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Creepin' It Burly
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Transylvanian Lip Treatment
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John F. Allen
John F. Allen is an American author/writer and visual artist from Indianapolis. He is a founding and active member of the Speculative Fiction Guild, and a faculty member of the Indiana Writers Center, where he teaches classes on writing. John began writing and producing artwork as a child, and has pursued various forms of writing throughout his career. He studied liberal arts at IUPUI with a focus in creative writing and art, received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Air Force and is a member of The American Legion. John's debut novel "The God Killers" was published in 2013, followed by a spin-off novella series titled "Codename: Knight Ranger." John's short stories have been featured in such acclaimed collections as "Thunder on the Battlefield: Sword Volume One" by Seventh Star Press, "Trajectories" by Hydra Publications, "Black Pulp II" by Pro Se Productions and "Spyfunk" by MV Media. Some of which are featured in his collection "The Best is Yet to Come" which is currently published by Hydra Publications, along with "The God Killers" and "Codename: Knight Ranger" series. He also penned the novelization of respected screenwriter Demetrius Witherspoon's short film "Submerge: Echo 51." John currently resides in Indianapolis and is married to an amazing woman named Mia, with whom he's inherited nine grandchildren. He has one adult child and a teenager from a previous marriage. John co-hosts a popular YouTube show with fellow author RJ Sullivan called "The Two Towers Talk Show," which focuses on reviews of nerd-related films, television series and creator interviews. He also is the creator of OG NERDS and serves as an administrator for the Facebook community that caters to nerds of a certain age (40) but welcomes ALL nerds (18 ).
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Dan R. Arman
A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away, Dan R. Arman decided he wanted to tell stories. Stories about other worlds populated by interesting characters, because he thought these people and worlds would help him reflect on the world he was living in, its beauty, horrors and absurdity. While he was starting to pursue this dream of being a science fiction and fantasy author, he began teaching English composition at Stark State College in Ohio. For several years, he worked as a newspaper reporter, an editor, and now teaches literature and writing at an online high school. He holds a master's degree in English literature and rhetoric from Kent State University. He currently lives in Akron, Ohio, with his wife and cats.
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Mary R. Arman/Rose Withering is a multi-genre author. She is the creator of the Young Adult Color Me Novel, a combination of coloring book, epic fantasy book and illuminated manuscript. Rose is the author of the Fantastic Tales of Fae, a YA fantasy series. Arman is the author of Ty and the Blood Fairy Prince and Ty and the Blood Fairy King. When she started writing, she wrote about surviving hardships like child abuse and domestic violence as a way to deal with her own ghosts from her past. Fantasy has always been something she loved. She collects unicorns and loves everything from fairy tales and Disney to books, movies, World of Warcraft, Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: the Gathering. So to be a fantasy author is a dream come true for her.
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James O. Barnes has been a business consultant for nearly 30 years and over the last two years, he also co-hosts Authors Round Table, a private master group on all things creative. More recently, James began posting a weekly video where he talks about starting a business, entrepreneurship, creatives, and business topics that relate across the board no matter what industry you are in. James is an author, narrator, business consultant and serial entrepreneur. He keeps his life, like his social media presence, as simple as possible. Not all things have to be difficult. James had been writing for many years before entering the indie-publishing space in 2009 with his book, "Thief King." James went on to create an online publishing company promoting over 30 authors and well over a hundred titles before finding the company a new home in 2017. He has also authored the book "3 Simple Rules: A Guide for Business and Life." Find out more about James at www.jamesobarnes.com.
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E Susan Baugh
Susan is a retired librarian. She specialized in science fiction, fantasy, horror, media tie-ins and author support. Susan enjoys reading, movies, television and gardening. Along with three backyard chickens, she has recently added red wiggler worms. Chickens are allowed to catch wild worms but not the red wigglers, who are helping make compost for her garden. Susan thinks that she is the queen of run-on sentences, and if not then she is a part of the royal family.
Jo Boone writes fiction and nonfiction, with occasional amateur attempts at poetry. Her day job as an industrial hygienist takes her into interesting places, from residential construction sites to newspaper printing operations to funeral homes, where she picks up tasty tidbits that find their way into her stories. Her short fiction has appeared in Weird Tales, Challenge Accepted and other unusual places. The Magnetar is her first published novel.
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Jordan Brinker has a BA and MA in English literature and is the current web marketing manager for the Ray Bradbury Center, and she also covers the official Ray Bradbury accounts for Ray Bradbury Literary Works LLC. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, beating her husband at Mario Party and obsessing over her cat, Momo.
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David Alan Brown is an electrical engineer by education, a software and systems developer by profession, and an author by choice. All of these are by the grace of God. David grew up in the suburbs of Minneapolis, but after college his career took him to the suburbs of Indianapolis, where he is blessed to reside with his wife and children. En Passant is his second published work, and is the sequel to his first fiction novel, The Omega Gambit.
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Travis Clemmons is an author, actor and storyteller who was born and raised in Central Kentucky but now lives in Chicagoland. He has been a host, MC or panelist at several conventions including Context, Duckon, InConJunction, MarCon, Millennicon and WindyCon. He is the co-author of the well-reviewed murder mystery "Tick Of The Clock," which can easily be found for sale on Amazon. He also made a black TARDIS appear on stage in front of 3,000 people at Dragon Con in 2005.
For additional information, please refer to Travis Clemmons's Web Page.
Carrie is an entrepreneur, copy editor, proofreader, artist, book maker, community builder, voracious reader, cafe lover, art supplies enthusiast, avid hiker, vegan foodie, would-be gardener, sun worshipper, yogi, insatiably curious human, facilitator of all things creative and lover of ideas. She earned her bachelor of fine art degree at Herron School of Art and Design, and has certificates in editing from ACES Poynter. After working many years growing a business in Chicago, she relocated to bucolic Bloomington and is currently working on her Ph.D. in American studies at Indiana University in Indianapolis.
For additional information, please refer to Carrie Cooper's Web Page.
Mx. Elizabeth Davis
Elizabeth Davis: (Da Baby) Elizabeth was born and has lived her entire life in Dayton, Ohio, though she has also traveled to the other side of the world. She attended UD and Sinclair College, and holds degrees in English and Paralegal. She is currently creating a specialty in database repair. She is the younger, more liberal voice. Dead Fish Books aspires to be a multigenerational micropress. Our specialty is Retro-Spec: Retro Speculative fiction written for modern readers. Exciting, action-packed adventures with thrilling characters, but also inclusive and sex-positive. Space opera that is handicap-accessible, fantasy with strong female characters, horror with everything, LGBTQAS-friendly romance with consent-enabled sex, horror with everything.
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Sara Marian was raised in the woods by wild English teachers, and has been writing for as long as she can remember. She works as a technician for a Louisville archaeology firm, as well as writing articles for the Clio history website. In addition, she is a partner in Per Bastet Publications, a small press in the Louisville Metro area. Her fiction blends genres including fantasy and urban fantasy, cyberpunk and steampunk, mystery, historical fiction, literary fiction and comedy.
For additional information, please refer to Sara Deurell's Web Page.
For as long as she could remember, Rachel has been a geek, from watching Disney animated movies on VHS to recreating the fight scenes from the Power Rangers in the backyard. More recently, she's turned her love of fandom into blogging, cosplaying and podcasting. Since 2014 she has been co-hosting and producing the Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast, an all-female-driven pop culture podcast; and since 2020 she has been co-hosting Gold Standard, where they watch and review every Academy Award winner for Best Picture in chronological order.
For additional information, please refer to Rachel Frend's Web Page.
E. Chris Garrison
E. Chris Garrison writes fantasy and science fiction novels and short stories. She is a co-founding member of the Speculative Fiction Guild. Chrissy's latest release is Trans Witch: College of Secrets, which is set at a wizard school for the rest of us. Her Trans-Continental series is a steampunk adventure with a transgender woman as its protagonist. The series is set in one of the worlds in Chrissy's dimension-hopping science fiction adventure Reality Check. Alien Beer and Other Stories, a collection of her short stories, was released in 2017. Her books are published through Silly Hat Books. Chrissy has two urban fantasy trilogies, Road Ghosts and its companion series the Tipsy Fairy Tales. She reads her stories on her Alien Beer Podcast, which includes The Multiverse Blues, a science fiction serial. Chrissy lives in Indianapolis with her wife and their cats. She also enjoys gaming, sewing, and finding innovative uses for duct tape. Keep up on the latest news and releases from Chrissy at https://sillyhatbooks.com.
For additional information, please refer to E. Chris Garrison's Web Page.
T. Lee Harris
T. Lee Harris is a scribbler of the lowest order. Not only does she pen lies about people who don't exist, but she draws pictures of them as well. Harris aids and abets others by putting their scribblings into book form and going so far as to devise covers for these publications. She claims she went to school to learn these things, but that shouldn't be held against anyone. Harris is, in turn, aided and abetted by others in her assaults against literature. Among these accomplices are Per Bastet Publications, who have shamelessly published her untruths about an ancient Egyptian scribe and a magic temple cat and spread her prevarications about a former football player and a 200 year-old vampire turned international law enforcement agents. Also implicated are Untreed Reads and Hydra Publications, who have promulgated her lies about a retired spy who keeps getting mixed up in other people's business, Horror and Mystery, LLC who allowed her to run rough-shod over history, and the Southern Indiana Writers' Group - possibly the worst offenders of all - who have repeatedly permitted her to commit her acts of literary vandalism with their Indian Creek anthology series. There are suspicions that Harris is committing another novel or two, but this has yet to be confirmed.
For additional information, please refer to T. Lee Harris's Web Page.
Gal's Guide is the first women's-history lending library in the United States.
For additional information, please refer to Leah Leach's Web Page.
Rachel Lulich is a writer, editor and Air Force veteran. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Rachel has traveled extensively and enjoys living abroad. When she's not out exploring the world herself, she likes creating worlds for other people to enjoy. Her flagship project, the Fractured Galaxy series, is an exciting near-future space adventure full of surprising details, relatable characters and real-world believability. Rachel has an MA in book publishing, and has been published by GateWorld, Every Day Fiction, WordPress Theatrical and others. In her free time, Rachel enjoys volunteering with the Civil Air Patrol, playing board games and, of course, reading.
For additional information, please refer to Rachel Lulich's Web Page.
The once and future conchair (2018, 2023) strikes again, sending chills down the spines of her mortal enemies! She has delusions of grandeur! She wants to talk to you about absurd things! She has this all under control.
Rising Eagle Comics is an independent comic and Manga comic started in Chicago six years ago. We are building a multilayered universe full of original characters and stories. We strive to make characters that are both relatable and inspiring. Rising Eagle Comics currently has three writers who have produced over six different full-length projects.
For additional information, please refer to Jon Murphy's Web Page.
Mike is a 40-year attendee of InConJunction. Some of his interests include science fiction in books and movies, Star Trek, Star Wars, comic books and comic book movies, collecting in various areas, Spider-man and Marvin the Martian. For the past 11 years, he has worked in a comic-book store, the Hero House, in Fountain Square in Indianapolis.
International bestselling author of military sci-fi, space opera and zombie apocalypse, Mark Wandrey is also the only four-time Dragon Con Dragon Award finalist! Living the full-time RV lifestyle as a modern-day nomad, Mark Wandrey has been writing science fiction since he was in grade school. He launched his professional career in 2004 with the release of Earth Song-Overture. Now, 15 years later, he has more than 25 books out, including many bestsellers. Mark is the creator of the Four Horsemen Universe, a collaborative series of military science fiction with more than 70 books in print by dozens of best-selling authors. The Four Horsemen Universe Official Fan Organization has hundreds of members in multiple countries.
For additional information, please refer to Mark Wandrey's Web Page.
I'm an avid gamer of all types of games. I've been attending conventions for most of my adult life, and volunteering for a few years. I also enjoy reading and writing.
James Zarzana, PhD
James A. Zarzana grew up around science fiction. As a teenager, his favorite works were by H.G. Wells, Jules Verne and George Orwell. He watched the first Star Trek series as a high school student. He stood in line to watch Star Wars the weekend it opened. He reads widely in many genres, but lately has moved into fantasy via the Green Riders series among others. He's written three novels: The Marsco Dissident, Marsco Triumphant and The Marsco Sustainability Project. The near-future world has been taken over by a gigantic computer corporation, Marsco, which controls access to all technology and rules the Earth with an iron fist. As an English professor, he worked sci-fi into his reading list as much as possible, including works like A Canticle for Leibowitz and Never Let me Go. After retiring from a 40-year university teaching career, mostly in Minnesota, Zarzana divides his time between South Bend, Indiana, and Simlångsdalen, Sweden. He's completing the fourth and final novel of The Marsco Saga, The Ascendancy of Marsco, the prequel to the Marsco world. He's also finishing a YA fantasy novel, Sir Torne and the Queen of Hallandria, the adventures of a sort-of knight, a feisty lady-in-waiting, a hedgehog who wears a blue waistcoat with five brass buttons and a dragon who can no longer spit fire.
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