Jason Fischer lives near Adelaide, South Australia. He is a winner of the Writers of the Future contest, with short-listings in the Ditmars, Aurealis, and Australian Shadows Awards. He is the author of dozens of short stories, with his first collection Everything is a Graveyard available from Ticonderoga Publications. Jason’s YA zombie apocalypse novel Quiver is now available from tamsynwebb.com.
Featuring new cover art: "Tower of the Winds" by Alexey Shugurov.
Issue #291 — Nov. 21, 2019
Jason Ridler is a historian and writer. He created The Brimstone Files for Nightshade Books, has published over 60 short stories, and teaches creative writing for such clients as Google, CloudFlare, and others. A former punk rock musician and cemetery groundskeeper, he lives in Northern California.
- “The Mirror Dialogues” — Issue #284, August 15, 2019
- “Spider’s Ink” — Issue #187, November 24, 2015
- “Forsaken Beneath the Stars” — Issue #134, November 14, 2013
- “Buzzard's Final Bow” — Issue #68, May 5, 2011
"A grim story of revenge and damnation... It’s a complicated story, taking an effort from readers to unravel the past events on which everything depends." —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Jason Sanford’s last story for Beneath Ceaseless Skies Science-Fantasy Month, “Blood Grains Speak Through Memories,” was a finalist for the Nebula Award and is set in the same world as “The Emotionless, in Love.” He has also published stories in Asimov’s, Analog, InterGalactic Medicine Show, Interzone, and other magazines, along with appearances in multiple Year’s Best anthologies and other books. His fiction has been translated into various languages including Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian, Polish, and Czech. His website is www.jasonsanford.com.
Jaymee Goh is a writer of fiction, poetry, and academese from Malaysia who moved to Canada for tertiary education. A graduate of the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Workshop 2016, she is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of California, Riverside, working on affect, multiculturalism, and whiteness in steampunk. Her creative work has been published in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, and Interfictions Online. Her non-fiction has appeared in Steampunk III: Steampunk Revolution and Science Fiction Studies. She co-edited The Sea is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia (Rosarium) and maintains a blog exploring steampunk and postcolonialism called Silver Goggles (silver-goggles.blogspot.com).
- “Magic Potion Behind-the-Mountains” — Issue #262, Tenth Anniversary Month Double-Issue II, October 11, 2018
In addition to writing, Jeff Isacksen works as a personal trainer, plays too many video games, and practices Krav Maga incessantly. His first reader is always his infinitely supportive wife and fellow writer, Lauren Liebowitz, without whom he never would have put his ideas to the page.
- BCS 105: Our Dead Selves Lie Like Footsteps in Our Wake — Issue #122, May 30, 2013
Jennifer Greylyn has been telling stories for as long as she can remember. Her work has appeared in such varied places as Abyss and Apex and Malpractice: Tales of Bedside Terror, and she has stories forthcoming in Neo-opsis as well as the anthologies Evolve, 2012 AD, and Twisted Legends. She writes under a pseudonym to keep her writing life separate from her more mundane existence as a university teacher and tutor. She lives in Canada.
Jeremy A. TeGrotenhuis is a history and English teacher and SFF writer from Eastern Washington state, where he grew up playing make-believe in the same desert that houses the most polluted nuclear waste site in America. His fiction has also appeared in Deep Magic, Writers of the Future 34, and The Overcast. You can follow him on Twitter @jeremyteg and he blogs at jeremyteg.wordpress.com.
Jeremy Sim is a Singaporean-American writer and author of over a dozen published stories, including appearances in Cicada, Crossed Genres, Flash Fiction Online, and previously in Beneath Ceaseless Skies. He is a graduate of Odyssey Writing Workshop and Clarion West Writers Workshop, where he received the Octavia E. Butler Scholarship. By day he works in the video game industry, having lent his pen to titles such as the critically acclaimed Endless Space 2. He currently lives in Seattle, Washington, and writes for En Masse Entertainment. Find him online at @jeremy_sim or www.jeremysim.com.
Jesse Bullington is the author of the novels The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart and the upcoming The Enterprise of Death, which will be released in March 2011. His short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in various magazines, including ChiZine, Jabberwocky, and Brain Harvest, as well as in anthologies such as Ekaterina Sedia’s Running with the Pack, James Lowder’s The Best of All Flesh, and Robin Laws’s The New Hero. He currently resides in Colorado and can be found online at www.jessebullington.com.