Jack Clemons

Jack Clemons is a published author with a Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering. He was an engineer and team leader on NASA’s Apollo and Space Shuttle Programs. He also appeared in the “Command Module” segment of Moon Machines, the Discovery Science Channel’s award-winning six-part documentary about the Apollo Program, and in the National Geographic Channel documentary Apollo: Back To The Moon.

His award-winning book Safely to Earth: The Men and Women Who Brought the Astronauts Home, a memoir of his time on NASA’s Apollo and Space Shuttle programs, was published by University Press of Florida in September 2018.

He has authored several works of historical fiction and science fiction and is an active member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. 

In 2018, he was awarded an Established Artist Fellowship Grant for Literary Fiction by the Delaware Division of the Arts for his short stories that are based on his hidden-history novel, The Outliers (Secant Publishing, 2021). 

Jack is a frequent speaker at events across the Mid-Atlantic region—including RavenCon, Balticon, and the SFWA tent at the Baltimore Book Festival. Topics he covers include the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs, science, science fiction, and historical fiction. He also does readings from The Outliers at these and other venues.

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.

Richard C. White

Richard C. White is a science fiction/fantasy author, but he has also been known to do dark fantasy, new pulp, fantasy noir, and even non-fiction. His latest release is Chasing Danger: The Case Files of Theron Chase, which was released in July 2019. Other recent releases were Harbinger of Darkness, For a Few Gold Pieces More, the short story “Dangerous Memories” in The New Adventures of Rocky Jordan, and Terra Incognito. He’s appeared in various anthologies, such as Monsters, Robots, and Space for the Origins Game Fair, as well as Liberty Girl: Fight for Freedom, All for One: Tales of the Musketeers, and Charles Boeckman Presents: Johnny Nickle.

As a media tie-in writer, he’s written for the Star Trek, Doctor Who, Battletech and The Incredible Hulk franchises. His novel, Gauntlet Dark Legacy: Paths of Evil, was a best-selling tie-in for his publisher. His latest tie-in works are In the Shadows and Storm Wreck for Green Ronin’s Freeport gaming system.

Richard is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers. Additionally, Richard serves on the SFWA Writer Beware committee.

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