Samuel Cook is a freelance writer and former English teacher from Virginia. He enjoys all forms of nerdom, be it video games, anime or obscure science fiction. He enjoys a good book, reading voraciously through most forms of science fiction. In particular, he loves military sci-fi.
Katie Holland is an aspiring Science Fiction and Horror author living in Greensboro, NC. Coming from a world of art and writing, she loves games with a solid story and killer world building. She is currently working on a cyber-zombie novel called Sleep State while trying to navigate real life as a real adult, and coming to terms with never being an astronaut.
My name is Paul and I am a freelance writer from Glasgow, Scotland. I have been working online for around 4 years and while I genuinely enjoy writing about whatever a client requests, I'd love to concentrate more on writing about the things I love. Along with music and my family, my main love in life is films and as a child of the 80's I had great appreciation for all things sci-fi including Star Wars, Transformers and Back to The Future in my early years; and X-Files, Terminator, Robocop, the Aliens films and Blade Runner when I was older. After my wife and I finish watching House MD, we intend on working through Orphan Black and when I have more free time I intend to build on some of the interesting ideas I have running around in my head into short stories. So, watch this space!
John grew up in the biggest city in North Carolina, looking into books. When he discovered comics, he started looking up: up is where the heroes make their stories. John spends most of his time making up stories of his own, high-flying and otherwise, in NC's third largest city. There are less skyscrapers there, but still sometimes you can spot a flying something neither bird nor plane.
Kevin has been writing about the things he loves for more than 10 years, much of that time spent writing about video games. A few of his favorite games are the Super Smash Bros. series and League of Legends. Film-wise, he was blown away by movies like Ex Machina, Edge of Tomorrow, Inception, and Star Trek. He’s currently reading the Dune series by Frank Herbert.
Ever since he was little, Alex has always been a gamer/movie nerd. But over the years and at the age of 25 now, he has developed his nerdom to expand upon the foundation he had already built, to include some things like reading, ranging from novels to comic books, writing, and wishing Joss Whedon would bring back Firefly. Follow him on Twitter: @Kane_Static
Matt Pepper lives in Chatham, Ontario, Canada and is a Journalism Graduate from St. Clair College, class of 2009. He also holds a technology degree from Niagara College and a General Manager and Scouting degree from Sports Management Worldwide out of Portland, Oregon, USA. Matt is currently a Team Lead in the Customer Service industry, a freelance videographer for different sports group, freelance writer, and also a hockey scout intern. In his free time, he enjoys playing Xbox One, travelling, and reading sports autobiographies.
Raymond K. Rugg is a career journalist and freelancer in both print and digital media. He is the author of the non-fiction book Sales and Science Fiction, and the editor of a series of themed speculative fiction anthologies for the indie publisher, Tree-Lion Press. He lives and works in the Galena foothills between Lake Tahoe and Reno, Nevada.
Thomas Short is a freelance writer and blogger. His writing often covers culture, music, arts and entertainment. He earned his bachelor's degree from Gonzaga University in 2015.
Christopher Dodson is a freelance writer and music critic from Kingsport, TN. His interests include science, philosophy, politics, and genre fiction (especially SF, horror and crime fiction). His favorite writers include Shirley Jackson, Joyce Carol Oates, Kim Stanley Robinson, Peter Watts, and Ursula K. Le Guin. When he's not engaged in esoteric scribbling, he spends his spare time cat herding, watching far too much television, and patiently awaiting the heat death of the universe. He can sometimes be found haunting the dark corners of social media at http://www.facebook.com/christopher.dodson.9085