Freedom Is Not Free
David M. Hoenig
Gin and Tonic
Guy T Martland
A License to Wed
for Mr. Chips
When I Wasn't
David M. Hoenig is a practicing physician for whom writing is his “second career.” He has published multiple stories in the horror and science fiction genres in Nonbinary Review and for Horrified Press and Espec Books, and he is proud to have published “Frail Vessel” in Nebula Rift. He is currently working on his first novel and can be found and followed on Facebook.
Guy T Martland, MA (Cambridge), Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, FRCPath, is a British-based SF writer and pathologist. His debut novel The Scion was released by Safkhet Fantasy this July. He is an old hand on the SF short story market with publications in Perihelion SF, Albedo One, Encounters Magazine, Jupiter SF, and Shoreline of Infinity, to name a few. At over two meters in height, he is one of the tallest SF writers on this planet.
Nidhi Singh studied English literature at Delhi University. Now, wedded to an army officer, she lives off the coast of Kutch in Gujarat, India, trying to get used to the sweet cuisine of the region. Her fiction work, published and under consideration for publication, includes The Proof Diaries, The Benefit Season, Games Girls Play, and The Boy Wonder. Her non-fiction work includes essays on Bollywood and commentaries on Sikh scriptures. When she has a bad dream, she knows she’ll have a good story in the morning!
Mark Daley is a professor of computer science and biology and has published many scientific papers in fields related to the primary (neuro)technology that informs the setting of “When I Wasn’t.”
Baron Brady, an author of two published novels as well as several self-published works, has also written a number of screenplays over the past seven years, many of them sci-fi/metaphysical thrillers and historical dramas. In 2006, he was a finalist at the Script Pimp Screenwriting Competition for his screenplay Da Vinci’s Angels, an unconventional glance at moments in the life of Leonardo DaVinci. He was also a finalist in the 2011 AWS Screenplay Contest for Babalon, the fantastical story of Jack Parsons, a rocketeering pioneer and devoted practitioner of the occult arts who died tragically in the early 1950s. He recently shot a short film called Representative with director Nathan Hong and director of photography Greg Young, and he is currently designing a series of satirical flash animation shorts.
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