Globetrotter and fiction writer Ted Neill has worked on five continents as an educator, health professional, and journalist. He is the founder and executive editor of Tenebray Press. His writing has appeared in The Washington Post and he has published a number of novels exploring issues related to science, religion, class, and social justice. His latest novel, The Selah Branch, attempts to confront issues of racism and the divided political environment of the US today and the 1950s. His debut novel, City on a Hill, examines the fault lines of religious conflict in the Middle East. His 5 book series, Elk Riders, wrestles with issues of ethics, morality, and belief against an epic fantasy backdrop. Follow him on Facebook and Instagram @therealauthortedneill
Tiffany Pitts is a former molecular biologist of questionable merit living in the Pacific Northwest. In between dog walks and writing books, she blogs quite a bit about pets, parenting and the value of scientific thinking on tiffanypitts.com. Her Thanatos Rising series (Double Blind, Wizzy Wig) has received both critical and popular accolades including Winner of the Cygnus Award for Best Speculative Fiction as well Finalist for Readers' Favorite Book Award. She has also collaborated on, Four Fantastical Ways to Lose Your Fingers: A Speculative Short Story Collection with Michael G. Munz, Z.D. Gladstone, and Janine A. Southard.
Michael G. Munz
An award-winning writer of speculative fiction, Michael G. Munz aims to tell entertaining stories that give to others the same pleasure as other writers have given to him. He enjoys writing tales that combine the modern world with the futuristic or fantastic. His New Aeneid Cycle and Zeus Is Dead: A Monstrously Inconvenient Adventure are both available on Amazon. Visit him at michaelgmunz.com