David Alexander has authored some thirty-two mass market paperback
novels. About two years ago he decided it was time to return to writing
noncommercial short fiction, something he had put off for more than a decade.
Since then he has been searching for new metaphors and narrative modes suited to
the age of the sound bite, the blur and the Zen koan as rock lyric.
Craig Graves Delancey (email@example.com) lives in Bloomington,
IN, where he is gracefully (that is, slowly) finishing up a joint Ph.D. in
Philosophy and Cognitive Science and an M.S. in Computer Science. He is the
co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Electronic Journal of Analytic
Philosophy, and has published a number of articles on the philosophy of
mind. His previous fiction publications and awards have been for a few science
fiction short stories. "Time Dilation" is his first non-genre fiction
Emily Snow Hackbarth (firstname.lastname@example.org) lives in Southern California with
her boyfriend Mike and her house rabbit Hazel. She is co-author of a non-fiction
book on traditional Native American culture that is currently making the rounds.
She writes a weekly column on beadwork for The Mining Company, a popular on-line
service. Snow Ball is her first published short story and her first submission.
Susan Hubbard's book, Walking on Ice, won the AWP Short Fiction
Prize, and her fiction has appeared in America West, The North
American Review, Ploughshares, and other places. She teaches creative
writing at the University of Central Florida
Kyle Jarrard is an editor working at the International Herald Tribune.
He has published in North American Review and New Orleans Review,
and his novel, Over There, has just been published by Baskerville.
Sharon McKenna (email@example.com) is a freelance journalist,
writing about such disparate topics as The burning Man event for MSNBC
interactive and the woes of the publishing industry for ThirdAge.Com. She is a
graduate of the Univeristy of Washington Fiction Writer's
Program and her fiction has appeared in the Raven chronicles digital magazine, Babette's
Gift. She lives in Seattle with her two dogs, Rain and Sun.
Megan Sheehan lives in Brooklyn, NY, and has taken undergraduate writing
courses at Columbia University, where she is now working towards a graduate
degree in business. Her nonfiction has appeared in Grand Tour.
Brian Oberkirch we know nothing about.
James D. Lilley ditto.