Davey Beauchamp (daveybeauchamp.com) is the creator of the Writers for Relief anthology series and the award nominated Amazing Pulp Adventures Radio Show; podcast (pulpadventures.net). Scaldcrow Press published a RPG based on the World of Mister Adventure and the Amazing Pulp Adventures as part of its Worlds of Pulp line. He recently wrote new fiction for the Worlds of Pulp Western setting.
He is also the host of Gallifrey Pirate Radio an award nominated podcast dedicated to Doctor Who (gallifreypirateradio.com). Davey wrote an essay for volume 2 of You and Who Contact Has Been Made talking about his experiences with THE FIVE-ISH DOCTORS REBOOT.
Currently he is doing digital art. His art has been featured in art shows, in the 2015 BBCA SDCC booth, and has been doing art for conventions (OutlantaCon, Geek Gala, and GnomeCon).
Ben Fisher is a professional comic book writer whose list of books includes The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat & Pokey, The Great Divide, and Splitsville.
Ronald T. Garner is the CEO of Silence in the Library Publishing and a Major in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. He has short fiction published in various anthologies, and in his spare time builds things of questionable utility. Ron lives in North Carolina with his wife and daughter.
Janine K. Spendlove is a KC-130 pilot in the USMC and an award-winning author primarily known for her War of the Seasons series and her Star Wars tie-in fiction. Janine is also a member of Women in Aerospace (WIA), BroadUniverse (BU), and Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). She is a co-founder of GeekGirlsRun, a community for geek girls (and guys) who like to run and have fun.
George Taylor is the co-host of Communicore Weekly, a podcast dedicated to covering all things related to theme parks. He has been writing about Disney parks since 2007 at Imaginerding.com and CommunicoreWeekly.com. When he doesn’t have his nose stuck in a theme park book, you’ll finding him riding a roller coaster! He’s forgotten more about Disney than most people know. And he knows it.
Bryan Young is a novelist, comics writer, filmmaker, and columnist. He’s produced films for The Disinformation Company, written comics for Image Comics, and Slave Labor Graphics, written bestselling genre novels, and writes for Huffington Post, StarWars.Com, and Big Shiny Robot! He’s also the co-host of the popular Star Wars podcast, Full of Sith.