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HOPE, Akua Lezli
Akua Lezli Hope is a creator and wisdom seeker using sound, words, fiber, glass, metal, & wire to create poems, patterns, stories, music, sculpture, adornments & peace. rnIn print since 1974 with over 450 poems published, her collections include Embouchure: Poems on Jazz and Other Musics (Writer’s Digest book award winner), Them Gone, Otherwheres: Speculative Poetry (2021 Elgin Award winner), & Stratospherics (micro-chapbook of scifaiku @Quarantine Public Library). A Cave Canem fellow, her honors include the NEA, two NYFA fellowships, SFPA award & multiple Rhysling & Pushcart Prize nominations. She won a 2022 NYSCA grant to create Afrofuturist, speculative, pastoral poetry. She created Speculative Sundays, an online poetry reading series. She edited the record-breaking sea-themed issue of Eye To The Telescope #42 (https://eyetothetelescope.com) & NOMBONO: An An Anthology of Speculative Poetry by BIPOC Creators, the history-making first of its kind.
Haroun, Simbiat
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Hartsfield, Byron
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Hauer, Diana
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Hogan, Liam
Liam Hogan is an award winning London based short story writer. He's been published at Analog, Daily Science Fiction, NoSleep Podcast, and in over eighty anthologies, including Best of British Science Fiction, and Best of British Fantasy (NewCon Press). His collection of dark fantasy, "Happy Ending Not Guaranteed", is published by Arachne Press. Find out more at http://happyendingnotguaranteed.blogspot.co.uk/, or tweet at https://twitter.com/LiamJHogan
Honebrink, Casey
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Hurley, Patrick
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Iglesias, Lucia
Lucia Iglesias teaches English in Germany. She travels widely and often. She suspects she is a changeling and is still looking for her real home.rn
Ilo, Innocent
Nigerian. Iggy and Litro Longlistee. Reader. Writer-ish.
Jensen, Andrew
Andrew Jensen lives in Braeside, Ontario. His list of jobs has included car sales, highway construction, warehouse worker and clergy. He plays trumpet, has a 3rd degree black belt in karate, and does an uncanny impersonation of Kermit the Frog. He appears on stage in musical theatre in his spare time. Andrew has had over twenty speculative short stories published in magazines, anthologies and podcasts in the US, Canada and New Zealand, including one in Best Indie Speculative Fiction Vol. 4. Andrew is also the author of a book of Church humour called God: The Greatest User of Capital Letters, published by Wood Lake Books.
Johnson, Hannah
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Kamei, Toshiya
Toshiya Kamei writes fiction inspired by mythology, folklore, and fairy tales.
Karsten, Terri
I was published at Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores
Kastin, Jonathan
I am a queer, trans writer with an MFA in Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and my poems have been published in Mythic Delirium, Goblin Fruit, Liminality, and Abyss & Apex. My short stories will also appear in two forthcoming anthologies: Ab(solutely) Normal (Candlewick, 2023) and Transmogrify! (HarperTeen, 2023).
Philip Brian Hall
Yorkshireman Philip Brian Hall is a graduate of Oxford University. A former diplomat and teacher, at one time or another he's stood for parliament, sung solos in amateur operettas, rowed at Henley Royal Regatta, completed a 40-mile cross-country walk in under 12 hours and ridden in over one hundred steeplechase horse races. He lives on a very small farm in Scotland. rnrnPhilip's had short stories published in the USA and Canada as well as the UK. His novels, ‘The Prophets of Baal’ and "The Family Demon" are available as an e-book and in paperback. He blogs at sliabhmannan.blogspot.co.uk/.

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