Rebecca Buchanan is the editor of the Pagan literary ezine, Eternal Haunted Summer. She is also the editor-in-chief of Bibliotheca Alexandrina. She has released two short story collections with Asphodel Press: A Witch Among Wolves, and Other Pagan Tales; and The Serpent in the Throat, and Other Pagan Tales. She is currently at work on her third collection. A complete list of her work can be found at eternalhauntedsummer.com.
Sandi Leibowitz lives in a raven’s wood, next door to bogles, in New York City. After a variety of jobs (including ghostwriting for a monsignor and working behind one of the caribou dioramas at the Museum of Natural History), she is now an elementary-school librarian, which enables her to hook kids on reading, tell stories, and use puppets and funny voices. She also sings classical and early music and plays recorders. Her speculative fiction and poems may be found in Metaphorosis, Liminality, Through the Gate, Luna Station Quarterly, Mythic Delirium, Kaleidotrope, Gaia: Shadow and Breath 3, Strange Horizons, Goblin Fruit, Apex, Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year 5, and other magazines and anthologies. Her poems have won second and third place Dwarf Star Awards, and been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Rhysling, and Best of the Net awards. Sandi invites you to visit her at www.sandileibowitz.com.
Shannon Connor Winward is the author of the Elgin-award winning chapbook, Undoing Winter (Finishing Line Press, 2014) and winner of the 2018 Delaware Division of the Arts Emerging Artist Fellowship in Literature. Her work has appeared in Fantasy& Science Fiction, Analog, Psuedopod’s Artemis Rising Series, The Pedestal Magazine, Gargoyle, Lunch Ticket, Minola Review, The Monarch Review, Qu, LiteraryMama, PANK , Flash Fiction Online, and Heiresses of Russ: The Year’s BestLesbian Speculative Fiction, among others. In between writing, parenting, and other madness, Shannon is also a poetry editor for Devilfish Review and founding editor of Riddled with Arrows, a literary journal dedicated to metafiction, ars poetica, and writing that celebrates the process and product of writing as art. Find out more at