"Dental Troll," Mythic Orbits 2016
Lisa Godfrees is fascinated with creatures that don't exist, especially Jackalopes. She was a forensic scientist for over a decade and still testifies as a technical expert in the courtroom.
She is a light programmer extraordinaire, incredibly punny, an oxford comma enthusiast, mom of two, wife of one, hybrid homeschool parent and self-proclaimed data junkie.
She's also the author of about a half dozen great short stories featured in anthologies as well as the co-author of Mind Writer.
Andrea J. Graham
Creator, Avatars of Web Surfer universe; author of four stories in the AWS anthology.
Andrea studied creative writing and religion at Ashland University. She's been envisioning fantastic worlds since age six and has been writing science fiction novels since she was fourteen. In addition to creating the Web Surfer anthology, she has written an additional four novels in the same universe.
She is married to author Adam Graham and edits his novels, including Tales of the Dim Knight and Slime Incorporated. Their short story "Chosen of God" was featured in Light at the Edge of Darkness with her own short story, "Frozen Generation."
Andrea lives with her husband, Adam, and her cat, Joybell, in Boise, Idaho.
"The Power from the Past," Medieval Mars; "Clay's Fire," Mythic Orbits 2016; "Secrets Kept", Victorian Venus; "Mark the Days", Mythic Orbits Vol.2
Kat grew up in a small town, where she spent most of her time either drawing or sitting in her "reading tree" with her nose buriend in a fantasy novel...except for the hours pretending her back yard was an enchanted forest that could only be reached through the secret passage in her closet.
She never could give up on the idea that maybe she really was magic, mistakenly placed in a world not her own--but as the years past, and no elves or fairies carted her away, she realized she was just going to have to create the life of her fantasies with words.
Her characters always find a secret world--whether it be real, imaginary, or in the pages of a book. http://www.katheckenbach.com/