Hester J. Rook is an itinerant Australian with an unhealthy obsession with myth, dead languages, and the circus. She spends a lot of time writing speculative fiction and upside down on a trapeze—not usually at the same time. She is one of the editors behind Twisted Moon, and she has work in Strange Horizons, Apex Magazine, Liminality Magazine, Through the Gate, and elsewhere. You can find her on Twitter @kitemonster, and her work on her site.
Toby is a writer, artist, and teacher based in Burlington, VT. Their poetry has recently appeared in places like Through The Gate, Goblin Fruit, inkscrawl, and The Future Fire. They are working on being the best, sparkliest mutant they can be. You can find them online at tobymacnutt.com.
Romalyn Ante has been a member of Writing West Midlands Room 204. Her poems appeared in a variety of magazines such as Cannon's Mouth, Southlight, and Ink, Sweat, & Tears, amongst others. She has also prize-winning poems in The Yellow Book (2015). Her first novel, Chasing Deimos, was shortlisted for The Asian Writer Chick-Lit Competition in 2014.
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