Tag: Analog

Paula S. Jordan

Paula S. Jordan, a former orbit analyst, writes moderately hard, character-driven science fiction, with (so far) three stories in Analog. Her first novel, a present-day alien contact story set in western North Carolina, is nearing completion. Working title: Of Seas and the Stars. The story connects a small-town group of friends with a centuries-old alien-watch network to defend humans and friendly aliens against anti-human alien invaders.

After BA degrees in history and drama and several years as a freelance writer, Paula earned a BS degree in physics and worked with Computer Sciences Corporation supporting 30+ unmanned science and weather missions for both NASA and NOAA, including the Clementine mission that first detected water on the moon.

Jennifer R. Povey

Born in Nottingham, England, Jennifer R. Povey now lives in Northern Virginia, where she writes everything from heroic fantasy to stories for Analog. She has written a number of novels across multiple sub-genres. Additionally, she is a writer, editor, and designer of tabletop RPG supplements for a number of companies. Her interests include horseback riding, Doctor Who, and attempting to out-weird her various friends and professional colleagues.

Bud Sparhawk

Bud Sparhawk has been a three-time novella finalist for SFWA’s Nebula award and has appeared in two Year’s Best anthologies. His short work was recently published in the Best of Defending the Future and Man and Machine anthologies, both by eSpec Books. He has also published a collection of twenty of his “best” short stories published in the last decade as Non-Parallel Universes. He has produced three print novels Shattered Dreams, Distant Seas, and Vixen and several e-novels. He also has two published print collections: Sam Boone: Front to Back and Dancing With Dragons. These and other novels and collections are available on Amazon.

Bud’s most recent stories have appeared in Analog, Amazing, Intergalactic Medicine Show and several yet-to-be-released anthologies. A complete bibliography can be found in Wikipedia and at budsparhawk.com. Bud also writes an occasional blog on the pain of writing at budsparhawk.blogspot.com.

Ian Randal Strock

Ian Randal Strock (IanRandalStrock.com) is a writer, editor, and publisher. He is the owner and publisher of Fantastic Books (FantasticBooks.biz), and was previously an editor with Artemis Magazine, SFScope, Science Fiction Chronicle, Analog, Asimov’s, and many more. As an author, most of his fiction has appeared in Analog (from which he won two AnLab Awards), Nature, and several recent anthologies. He’s the author of The Presidential Book of Lists (Random House), Ranking the First Ladies (Carrel Books), and Ranking the Vice Presidents (Carrel Books). He is also the national Secretary of American Mensa.

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