Davey Beauchamp is an artist who has done work for BBC Books, Penguin UK and BBCA for Doctor Who. He has also done art for various conventions and Scaldcrow Games.
CJ runs the Geek IO Media Network, where he is a podcaster, comedian, interviewer, journalist, entrepreneur, streamer, and professional geek.
Jon Boutelle has been hosting and producing podcasts since early 2005. He co-hosts and produces 50 Days of Dragon Con, a podcast dedicated to the directors, staff, and people of Dragon Con. He can also be found on Need Coffee’s Weekend Justice and The Unique Geek.
Dave (D.J.) Butler has been a lawyer, consultant, corporate trainer, and fast food fry cook. He writes fantasy novels published by Baen, Knopf, and WordFire Press.
Ben Fisher is an author of comic books and prose spanning a wide spectrum of genres, including horror, alternate history, sci-fi, and comedy. His most recent works include The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat, The Great Divide, and C.H.U.D. Lives.
Co-Owner and Podcaster on the Geek-IO Media Network. When Rachel is not podcasting or cracking the whip at her favorite Podcasting team she is a full time mother, wife, and teacher of special needs students.
Faith McCombs spends her weekends working for Princess Productions, attending children’s birthday parties all over Southeast Georgia as a character entertainer. When not in costume, she works full-time as a Systems Analyst for a paper mill and she lives outside of Savannah, GA, with her family.
Jonathan is a career law enforcement professional and special victims detective with a metro Atlanta police department. He also designs, develops, and writes role-playing games for Onyx Path Publishing and Growling Door Games.
A 30 year video gaming and information security professional, Kevin has developed award winning software in both genres.
Jo Whittemore is the author of the Supergirl novel trilogy (all-new adventures based on the CW television show), as well as numerous middle grade humor novels, including the Girls Who Code novel Lights, Music, Code!, Me & Mom vs. the World, and the Confidentially Yours series.
Bryan Young is an author and journalist. He writes for StarWars.Com, Star Wars Insider, and wrote the bestselling book on Dragon Con “Lost at the Con.”