Dreaming about life on other planets has long obsessed the human imagination, particularly those of our authors, and it goes right to the heart of science fiction. While these stories are all about aliens, their similarities end there. Some of these creatures you wouldn’t want to happen upon unexpectedly, while others are welcomed with familiarity both tragic and tantalizing. And then there are some who will just leave you guessing…
Eve Fisher was adopted from an orphanage in Athens, Greece as a child, and hasn’t quit traveling since. She’s lived in almost every state in America, worked almost every kind of job, and managed to visit every national park, monument, state park, giant ball of string, and iguana farm west of the Mississippi. In between and during travels, she writes. Eve has been published numerous times in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, as well as other publications, including “Space & Time.” Her website is www.evefishermysteries.wikispaces.com.
Brian T. Hodges
Brian T. Hodges lives in the mossy forests of the Pacific Northwest, where he works as a lawyer, researcher, and non-fiction writer. He spends most of his free time exploring the woods, lakes, and creek beds with his Newfoundland dogs. His fiction has been published by The Strange Edge, received an Honorable Mention from the Writers of the Future contest (V31 Q1 2014), and was a finalist in the 2013 N3F Amateur Short Story Contest.
David W. Landrum
David W. Landrum teaches English at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. His speculative fiction has appeared widely, his science fiction in Aphelion, Fiction on the Web, Veterans of Future Wars, Death-Head Grin, Roar and Thunder, and many other journals and anthologies.
Marcus S. Robin
Marcus S. Robin is a Fraud Analyst residing in the Mile High City of Denver, CO where some believe the unusually high occurrence of UFO sightings is attributable to the elevation, while others believe it’s due to the recreational marijuana. He’s okay with either theory.
Come hear Eve Fisher discuss “the Beyond” at NLSP and the NYPL’s panel discussion: Starling Sci-Fi: Literature, Genre Fiction, & Beyond.