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Author P. Djeli Clark and his book "The Black God's Drum"
Daryl M., October 02, 2018

Born in New York and raised mostly in Houston, P. Djèlí Clark spent the formative years of his life in the homeland of his parents, Trinidad and Tobago.


Author Cherie Magnus
Catherine Royalty, September 29, 2018

Cherie Magnus, a California native, returned to Los Angeles in 2014 after teaching tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for 11 years.


Author Beth Bernobich
Daryl M., September 20, 2018

Beth Bernobich is the award-winning author of dozens of short stories and a number of SF/F novels, including the epic fantasy series River of Souls, and the alternate history novel,


Author Christopher Huang and his book, A Gentleman's Murder
Daryl M., August 30, 2018

Christopher Huang grew up in Singapore, where he served his two years of National Service as an Army Signaller. He then moved to Canada where he studied Architecture at McGill University in Montréal. Huang currently lives in Montreal.


Photo of Juliet McDaniel and her debut novel, Mr. & Mrs. American Pie
Daryl M., August 21, 2018

Juliet McDaniel has an M.A. in Writing from DePaul University. Although raised in Arizona, she spent the last 25 years living in Chicago, where she currently resides with her partner and her cats.


Author Anne Youngson and her debut novel, Meet Me at the Museum
Daryl M., August 15, 2018

Anne Youngson had a long, successful career in the motor industry before taking an early retirement to focus on her writing. She is currently studying for a PhD at Oxford Brookes. Anne and her husband live on a farm in Oxfordshire, where they have a two-acre garden open to the public.


Richard Foss wearing a top hat
Wendy Westgate, August 03, 2018

Richard Foss has been a restaurant critic and food writer for over 30 years, and has taught classes in culinary history and Elizabethan theater at UCLA Extension.


Author Ruthann Emrys with her book covers
Daryl M., July 26, 2018

Ruthanna Emrys lives in a mysterious manor house in the outskirts of Washington DC with her wife and their large, strange family.


Author Kathryn Harkup and her book Making the Monster: The Science Behind Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Daryl M., July 06, 2018

Dr. Kathryn Harkup is a chemist and author. Kathryn completed a Ph.D. then a postdoc at the University of York before realizing that talking, writing and demonstrating science appealed far more than spending hours slaving over a hot fume-hood.


3 pictures of Nguyen Tran
Wendy Westgate, July 06, 2018

Meet Nguyen Tran - the unlikely banana suit-wearing, Virginia born, culturally confused Vietnamese-American son of Vietnam War refugees who settled in Dallas, TX. There, he worked at a dot.com before the first internet bubble burst.


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