Benjamin Percy is the author of five novels — most recently, The Ninth Metal — three story collections — including Suicide Woods — and a book of essays titled Thrill Me that is widely taught in creative writing classrooms. He writes both Wolverine and X-Force for […]
Brenda Peynado’s genre-bending short story collection, THE ROCK EATERS—featuring alien arrivals, angels falling from rooftops, virtual reality, and sorrows manifesting as tumorous stones—garnered starred reviews from Publisher’s Weekly and Kirkus Reviews, and was named one of NPR, the New York […]
Diana M. Pho is a queer Vietnamese-American independent scholar, playwright, and Hugo Award-nominated fiction editor. She has over a decade of experience in traditional, Big Five publishing, including Tor Books, Tor.com Publishing, and the Science Fiction Book Club. Diana currently […]
Aimee’s short fiction has appeared in Podcastle, Fireside, Flash Fiction Online and Daily Science Fiction, among other publications. She’s also a graduate of Viable Paradise and a former classical musician. By day, she is a business journalist with CBS News. […]
Marisca Pichette is a queer author of short fiction, poetry, and criticism. Her work has appeared in Strange Horizons, Fireside Magazine, Fusion Fragment, Apparition Lit, Daily Science Fiction, PseudoPod, and PodCastle, among others. She lives in Western Massachusetts, collecting fragments.
Terese Mason Pierre is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in Fantasy Magazine, Uncanny and Strange Horizons, among others. Her work has been nominated for the Rhysling Award and Best of the Net. She is the co-Editor-in-Chief of Augur Magazine, a […]
Sarah Pinsker’s first novel, A Song For A New Day, won the 2020 Nebula Award, and her Small Beer Press collection Sooner or Later Everything Falls Into the Sea won the Philip K Dick Award. Her short stories have won the Nebula and Sturgeon […]