Rachel Carter likes to write about time travel and far away worlds. She’s the author of the So Close to You series with HarperTeen and a regular contributor to BookTrib.com. These days you can find her working on her next novel in the woods of Vermont, where she also teaches creative writing at Champlain College.
Margot Harrison was raised in the wilds of New York by lovely, nonviolent parents who never managed to prevent her from staying up late to read scary books. She studied at Harvard and Berkeley
and now lives in Vermont, where she works at the newspaper Seven Days. Her favorite part of the job is, of course, reviewing scary books and movies. The Killer in Me is her first novel. Find her at margotharrison.com or @MargotFHarrison.
Dayna Lorentz is the author of the No Safety in
Numbers trilogy (Dial/Kathy Dawson Books) and the Dogs of the Drowned City series (Scholastic). She holds an MFA in Creative Writing and Literature from Bennington College. Dayna lives with her husband, two kids, and dog in Vermont. If you give her a cupcake, she will show you the proper way to eat it. You can visit her atwww.daynalorentz.com and NoSafetyinNumbersBooks.com.
Lee Gjertsen Malone is a Massachusetts transplant, via Long Island, Brooklyn and Ithaca, NY. As a
journalist, she’s written about everything from wedding planning and the banking crisis to how to build your own homemade camera satellite. Her interests include amateur cheesemaking, traveling, associating with animals, shushing people in movie theaters, kickboxing and blinking very rapidly for no reason. She lives in Cambridge, Mass. with her husband, daughter and a rotating cast of pets. The Last Boy at St. Edith’s is her first novel.
Jennifer Mason-Black is a lifelong fan of most anything with words. She’s checked for portals in every closet she’s ever encountered and has never sat beneath the stars without watching for UFOs. Her stories have appeared in The Sun,
Strange Horizons and Daily Science Fiction, among others. Devil and the Bluebird is her first novel. She lives in Massachusetts.
Bethany C Morrow is a recovering expat straddling life in Montreal and North Country, New York. A speculative literary author for the YA and adult markets, she’s represented by Mark Gottlieb of Trident Media Group and is currently at work on an allegorical YA novel blending contemporary and urban fantasy in a spectacular version of the already beautiful Pacific Northwest. Her short work has been published in the Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature (theeeel.com).