Grace Seybold
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Grace Seybold lives in Kingston, Ontario, where she works as a copy editor and valiantly tries to resist correcting public signage. Her fiction has been published in Clarkesworld, Reckoning, Machine of Death 2, and multiple times previously in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, among other places. Her name is pronounced “SIGH-bold”.

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Grace Yang
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Grace Yang is currently a proud student of Indiana University where she studies business during the day and hones her skills at strange fiction in the night. She graduated from the Alpha Writers Workshop in 2017 and beyond her passion of writing, she really likes dogs.

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Greg Kurzawa
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Greg Kurzawa studied theology at a small university in east Texas before taking a career in information technology. He is the author of the bleak fantasy novel Gideon’s Wall, which he self-published in 2006 to learn the process. Since then, his short fiction has appeared in various print and online venues, including previously in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and he has completed his second novel, The Sickness of Silas Traitor, for which he is seeking representation. Greg has two kinds of favorite stories: tragic ones, and ones that don’t give up their secrets without a fight. He currently lives in Omaha with his wife and three children.

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Greg Linklater
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Greg Linklater lives in Sydney, Australia, where he crunches numbers in an office so he can indulge his writing habit on the side. When he’s not scrabbling at the keyboard he’s either reading, tending to his pregnant wife, or wondering why he continues to support certain sporting teams despite the fact they only ever break his heart. A novel set in the same world as "Memories of Her" is occupying a large amount of his time.

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Gregory Norman Bossert
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Gregory Norman Bossert is an author, filmmaker, and musician, based just over the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. He started writing in 2009 on a dare from film designer Iain McCaig and has no intention of stopping anytime soon. His story “The Telling” in BCS #109 won the 2013 World Fantasy Award; other stories have appeared everywhere from Asimov’s Science Fiction to the Saturday Evening Post. When not writing, he works for Industrial Light & Magic, currently on the upcoming Captain Marvel film. More information is available on his blog

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Greta Hayer
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Greta Hayer received her MFA at the University of New Orleans and has nonfiction published in Booth and fiction appearing in Into the Ruins and Pilcrow and Dagger. She received a bachelor’s degree in history from the College of Wooster, where she studied fairy tales and medieval medicine. Her nonfiction was chosen as a finalist for the 2019 Mockbee prize. She lives in New Orleans with her husband and their two strange cats.

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Gwendolyn Clare
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Gwendolyn Clare resides in North Carolina, where she tends a vegetable garden and a flock of backyard ducks and wonders why she ever lived in the frozen northlands. She has a PhD in mycology, which is useful for identifying wild mushrooms but not for much else. Her short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Clarkesworld, and Daily Science Fiction, among others. She can be found online at

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Hannah Strom-Martin
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Hannah Strom-Martin’s fiction has appeared in Realms of Fantasy and Beneath Ceaseless Skies, among others, and the anthologies Amazons: Sexy Tales of Strong Women and Blood Sisters: Vampire Fiction by Women. She studied opera at Bennington College.

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Harry R. Campion
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Harry R. Campion lives in Harper Woods, Michigan, surrounded by children. He spends his days teaching and his nights parenting, and occasionally finds time to write. His stories have appeared in Electric Spec, New Writings in the Fantastic, and Fickle Muses. More about Harry, including links to his published stories, can be found at his webpage

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