Archive for November, 2013

November 14, 2013
posted by WitC_admin

Shauna Roberts writes fantasy, science fiction, romance, and historical fiction in lengths from flash fiction to novel length. Along with her novel, Like Mayflies in a Stream, she has published numerous short stories, such as Coyote and the Gamblers, in the anthology Return to Luna (2008), Ennui, Night to Dawn (April 2009) and The Hunt for Jim Baen’s Universe (February 2010).

Read more about Shauna HERE

Emmett Spain is a teller of stories, fiction obsessive, professional worker, and professional goof (not necessarily in that order). Author of Old Haunts: A London City Novel, Emmett resides in Australia with his beautiful lady and a passion for the supernatural.

Read more about Emmett HERE

Kiri Callaghan is a writer obsessed with sci-fi, fantasy, books, and gaming. She is also an actor and director with a BFA in Theater from Cornish College of the Arts and an amateur clothing designer and seamstress. But that’s just a rumor, and you really shouldn’t listen to those. In addition to her works of fiction and scripts, Kiri contributes to a few blogs including but not limited to CraveLocal (Seattle), Nerds in Babeland andGeek Vs Life.

Read more about Kiri HERE

Carrie Jones is known for her work in young-adult fiction. She has written both fantasy and non-fantasy novels, including the paranormal series Need. Jones has received multiple awards and appeared on the New York Times Best Seller list.

Read more about Carrie HERE

Matthew Munson is currently working on his third novel (a follow on from Fall From Grace and Leap of Faith), and is one half of The Two Dyspraxics. Along with his novels, Matthew guest-writes for the European Council for Deaf Youth and blogs on deaf and dyspraxia awareness.

Read More about Matthew HERE

Ray Vukcevich lives and writes in Oregon. He spent many years as a research assistant in several university brain labs but is now writing full time. His latest book is a collection of short fiction called Boarding Instructions from Fairwood Press.

Read more about Ray HERE

November 12, 2013
posted by WitC_admin

The #WitC team announce three more interested authors bring the total nearly to two dozen:

Talented storytellers all:

Adam-Troy Castro’s twenty-five books include the Philip K. Dick Award winning EMISSARIES FROM THE DEAD, first of three featuring the brilliant and tormented trouble-shooter, Andrea Cort. His short fiction has been nominated for two Hugos, three Stokers, and eight Nebulas. Adam’s next major project is a series of middle-grade novels featuring a very strange young boy named Gustav Gloom.

Read more about Adam-Troy HERE

Jude-Marie Green is a writer of genre (science fiction & fantasy, plus the occasional horror) fiction. She lives in Southern California (well, Los Angeles. Well, honestly, a suburb of Los Angeles nestled in Orange County. All right already, she lives in Santa Ana.) amid palm trees, orange trees, avocado trees, roses, and birds. Lots of birds.

Read more about Judy-Marie HERE

Richard Paul Russo‘s first story, Firebird Suite, appeared in Amazing Stories in 1981 and his first novel, Inner Eclipse, was published in 1988. His second novel, Subterranean Gallery, won the Philip K. Dick Award for 1989. He won that award again in 2001 for Ship of Fools. Subterranean Gallery was also a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award.

Read more about Richard HERE

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