Shanna Germain
Shanna Germain has geekery in her genes, thanks to some form of alien pod-splicing that happened when she was a baby. An award-winning writer and editor, with more than 350 published stories, novellas, novels and essays under her leather collar, she’s a lover of all things kinky and geeky. Favorite pastimes include gaming, writing sex toy reviews, and perfecting her secret superpower of falling up stairs.
Janine Ashbless
Janine Ashbless is a multi-published British author of fantasy-themed erotica. She started playing Dungeons & Dragons when she was thirteen years old, in the chemistry lab during school lunchbreaks, back in the day when the Monster Manual had that terrible pastel-blue cover. That was it – the start of the slippery slope. From there it was Call of Cthulhu and, yes, dressing up and doing LARP. She still indulges in both, just more slowly these days and with more tea breaks.
Galen Dara
Galen Dara is an illustrator who has worked with Edge Publishing, Dagan Books, Apex, Lightspeed Magazine, Scapezine, Tales to Terrify, Peculiar Pages, Sunstone, and the LovecraftZine. She is on the staff of BookLifeNow, blogs for the Inkpunks, and writes the Art Nerd column at the Functional Nerds. When Galen is not working on a project you can find her on the edge of the Sonoran Desert, climbing mountains or hanging out with a loving assortment of human and animal companions.
Jaym Gates
Jaym Gates is a publicist, editor and author. She can be found at, or on Twitter as @JaymGates.
Lee Moyer
Lee Moyer is an illustrator and designer. Check These Out, Lee’s 2012 pin-up calendar, has won many admirers, and 2013’s calendar is underway.  Lee was nominated for a record three Chesley awards this year, and plays a mean game of Anagrams.
Adam Israel
Adam Israel started hacking on computers when he was twelve, and built his first when he was fifteen. Aside from being a lifelong geek, he is also a graduate of the Clarion Workshop. His fiction has appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies, including Crossed Genres. You can follow him on Twitter @adamisrael.
Bear Weiter
Bear Weiter is an illustrator, animator, artist, and writer. His fiction appears in a number of magazines and anthologies including Black Static, Rigor Amortis, and Slices of Flesh (many previous works were under the pen names Jacob Ruby and Virginia Ray, but he has finally decided to brand everything under one identity—his own). You can follow him on Twitter @bearthw or his personal site:

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