Our Authors

Carole Cummings

SONATA FORM
BLUE ON BLACK
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Carole lives with her husband and family in Pennsylvania, USA, where she spends her time trying to find time to write. Recipient of various amateur and professional writing awards, several of her short stories have been translated into Spanish, German, Chinese and Polish.

J Tullos Hennig

THE BOOKS OF THE WODE
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JTH likes BIG books. Active in genre literature and conventions in the 70s & 80s, she returned to the authorial fold with the publication of a series of historical fantasy novels, and was awarded the Speculative Literature Foundation’s juried Older Writers Grant.

Zarabeth Abbey

THE WILD HIGH PLACES
THE LEY LINES OF KASHGAR
(forthcoming)
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Zarabeth Abbey is a pen name of
Susan R. Matthews, Nebula-nominated author of the science fiction series Under Jurisdiction. Her interest in the history and religion of the high Pamir, Central Asia, and westernmost China date from living in India when she was a girl. In her family a streak of mystical communion with the Divine (“plugging directly into the power source”) was a respected, if not universal, experience. This is her first historical adventure novel.

Maggie Nowakowska

GEEK ELDERS SPEAK
(Co-Editor & contributor)
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A writer for media fanzines since 1977, Maggie currently supports efforts to record the long history of active women in fandom. She participates in podcast interviews and convention panels, as well as contributing to university library archives and documentaries.

BLOOD INDIGO

TALULAH J. SULLIVAN
In this novel of magical realism with a bit of science fiction curling at the corners, Talulah has woven 
a tale steeped in the ways of her
 Choctaw & Chickasaw grandmothers.
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Talulah has been a pro equestrian, a dancer, an actor, an activist, and a teacher... yet she’s never managed to not be a storyteller. Ever. Her works reflect worlds both old and new, cultures both fantastic and familiar, and promise an immersive, subversive experience.