Stuart is an amateur astronomer and science writer living in Kendal, in the Lake District. He writes a popular weekly stargazing column - "Skywatch" - for his local newspaper, The Westmorland Gazette, and also several monthly columns for the popular monthly "All About Space" magazine.
He is a published author, and his tenth book will be published next year. He is an astronomy consultant and editor for Usborne Publishing Ltd, and has worked on well over a dozen science titles for them, including, recently, The Astronaut’s Handbook co-written by British astronaut Tim Peake.
Imogen Walker is a book blogger over at Imogen's Typewriter and an English Literature & Creative Writing student. Usually found surrounded by books and cats, she's never far away from Twitter: @ImogenTypes
Margrét Helgadóttir is a Norwegian-Icelandic writer and editor living in Oslo, Norway. Her stories have appeared in a number of both magazines and print anthologies such as Gone Lawn, Luna Station Quarterly, Tales of Fox and Fae and Girl at the End of the World. Her debut book The Stars Seem So Far Away was published by award-winning Fox Spirit Books in 2015 and shortlisted to British Fantasy Awards 2016. Margrét is editor of the coffee table book series Fox Spirit Books of Monsters, seven volumes published 2014-2020, and the anthology Winter Tales (2016). She is also a charter member of the African Speculative Fiction Society. Read more at http://margrethelgadottir.wordpress.com
Magdalena Salata is a MA Contemporary Literature and Culture student and a Web Editor at Diabolique Magazine. She is particularly interested in Gothic, Neo-Victorianism, and vampires. She reads a lot and lives in London (not in a haunted house).
Mary Ryan Karnes is a frequent contributor to Spine Magazine. She is also a Master's candidate in fiction at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Amy McCaw is a dedicated YA blogger, obsessive reader and aspiring author. She can usually be found on Twitter chatting about books (@yaundermyskin) or writing in her office (which is crammed with books and memorabilia).