Tag: Editor

Esther Friesner

Nebula Award winner Esther Friesner is the author of over 40 novels and more than 200 short stories.  Educated at Vassar College and Yale University, where she received a Ph.D. in Spanish. She is also a poet, a playwright, and the editor of several anthologies. The best known of these is the Chicks in Chainmail series that she created and edits for Baen Books.  In addition to SF, fantasy, and a bit of horror, she is also the author of the Princesses of Myth series of Young Adult novels from Random House.

Esther is married, a mother of two, a grandmother of two, harbors cats, and lives in Connecticut. She has a fondness for bittersweet chocolate, graphic novels, manga, travel, and jewelry. There is no truth to the rumor that her family motto is “Oooooh, SHINY!”

Her superpower is the ability to winnow her bookshelves without whining about it. Much.

Diana Bastine

Diana Bastine is the author of four YA fantasy novels, including the award-winning The Source and its sequels. They are also the co-editor (with Danielle Ackley-McPhail) of Gaslight and Grimm, a collection of steampunk versions of classic fairy and folk tales. Their story “Crows’ Feet” can be found in CORVID-19: A RavenCon Anthology.

Rachel A. Brune

As a military journalist, Rachel A. Brune wrote and photographed the Army and its soldiers for five years. When she moved on, she didn’t quit writing stories with soldiers in them, just added werewolves. Rachel is the founder and chief editor at Crone Girls Press, an indie horror micropress specializing in anthologies. She edits the Falstaff Dread line of horror fiction at Falstaff Books. Previously, Rachel was a contributing editor to the Writerpunk Press charity anthology series. She lives with her spouse, two daughters, one reticent cat, and two flatulent rescue dogs. Her werewolf secret agent novel, Cold Run, is available from Falstaff Books.

Jason Ray Carney

Jason Ray Carney, Ph.D. is a Senior Lecturer in Popular Literature in the Department of English at Christopher Newport University. He is the author of the academic monograph, Weird Tales of Modernity: The Ephemerality of the Ordinary in the Stories of Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, and H.P. Lovecraft. He is also the author of a sword and sorcery anthology, Rakefire and Other Stories. He edits Whetstone: Amateur Magazine of Sword and Sorcery and Witch House: Amateur Magazine of Cosmic Horror, and is the owner of Spiral Tower Press.

Sean CW Korsgaard

Sean CW Korsgaard is an Army veteran, freelance photojournalist, and assistant editor and media/military liaison at Baen Books. His first anthology, Worlds Long Lost, and with it, his first published short story “Black Box” made their debut last December.

Michael A. Ventrella

Michael A. Ventrella writes humorous novels (including the Teddy Roosevelt steampunk adventure Big Stick, The Axes of Evil, and Bloodsuckers: A Vampire Runs for President). He’s edited and co-edited many fun anthologies (including Release the Virgins, Across the Universe, and The Baker Street Irregulars series). His short stories can be found in other anthologies, including the Heroes in Hell series and the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series. His web page is MichaelAVentrella.com.

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