Kay Chronister’s fiction won the 2015 Dell Magazine Award and is forthcoming in Ticonderoga Publications’ Hear Me Roar, an anthology of feminist speculative fiction. Originally from Seattle, she currently lives in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in a household of twenty-one children and six dogs.
Special double-issue for BCS Science-Fantasy Month 5, featuring two bonus stories and science-fantasy cover art "Investigate" by Andis Reinbergs.
Issue #299 – Science-Fantasy Month 5 — Mar. 12, 2020
Special double-issue for BCS Science-Fantasy Month 5, featuring three bonus stories and science-fantasy cover art "Investigate" by Andis Reinbergs.
Kelly Stewart lives, writes, draws, and games in Ontario, Canada. Her fiction has appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies and recompose, while her poetry has appeared in Contemporary Verse 2. You can find her blogging softly at kellyastewart.wordpress.com and on Twitter @rarebitdream.
Ken Scholes is the author of four novels and over forty short stories. His fantasy series The Psalms of Isaak has been published internationally to critical acclaim and a scattering of awards. His short fiction has been collected into two volumes available from Fairwood Press. A third volume, Blue Yonders, Grateful Pies and Other Fanciful Feasts, releases in August 2015. Ken has a degree in History from Western Washington University. He is a native of the Pacific Northwest and makes his home in Saint Helens, Oregon, where he lives with his wife and twin daughters. You can learn more about Ken by visiting www.kenscholes.com.
- “On Freedom of Agency and the Finding of Lost Hearts” — Issue #175, June 11, 2015
Kendra Leigh Speedling is a writer and copyeditor with a master’s in library science from City University London. Her fiction has appeared in Vitality Magazine and Penumbra and earned an honorable mention in the 2011 Dell Awards. She will soon be moving to Boston with her partner and their extremely large cat. Follow her Twitter, @KendraLS, for general musings, tales of tabletop gaming shenanigans, and the occasional burst of wit.
- “The Exile of the Eldest Son of the Family Ysanne” — Issue #179, August 6, 2015
Kenneth Mark Hoover has sold over sixty short stories and articles. His fiction has appeared in various print and online magazines such as Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Fantastic Stories, Strange Horizons, multiple times in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and many others. His interviews with notable science fiction and fantasy writers can be found at Strange Horizons and his new novel Haxan, set in the same worlds as his stories in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, was published by CZP/HarperCollins in 2014, and the next Haxan novel, Quaternity, was published in 2015. Mr. Hoover currently lives in Dallas, TX but you can reach him, and read more about Haxan and the characters who live there, at kennethmarkhoover.com.
Kenneth Schneyer claims never to have been an actor, a corporate lawyer, a dishwasher, or a college professor, but he lies a lot. His stories have appeared in Analog, Clockwork Phoenix 3, Daily Science Fiction, GUD, and elsewhere, and one of them has been translated into Russian. Born in Detroit, he now lives in Rhode Island with one singer, one dancer, one actor, and something striped and fanged that he sometimes glimpses out of the corner of his eye. Visit him online at ken-schneyer.livejournal.com.
Kris Dikeman lives and works in New York City. Her stories have appeared in Sybil’s Garage, All Hallows, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, Strange Horizons, and Year’s Best Fantasy 9. She is currently at work on a novel about life, love, and zombie hordes in Manhattan. You can read more of her work at her website: www.krisdikeman.com.
- “Silent, Still, and Cold” — Issue #62, February 10, 2011
- “Clockwork Heart, Clockwork Soul” — Issue #16, May 7, 2009
"A bleak and dismal scene, effectively evoking the misery of cold." —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Kris Millering is a linguist by training, a tech tinkerer by trade, and a writer and photographer by avocation. She is a graduate of the 2009 Clarion West workshop. She lives just south of Seattle with her partners and a collection of small carnivores.
Kristina C. Mottla currently lives in California with her husband, two daughters, dog, and one very lazy cat. Her UCLA years gave her a degree in English Literature, a Creative Writing Specialization in poetry, and a stint at the Maui Writer’s School. "The Magick" is her first short story sale.