Harley Easton is a Renaissance woman dabbling in everything life offers. She's worked at a major theme park, found expert witnesses for legal cases, been a guest lecturer at a well known national museum, and worked with medical students. Putting experience and insanity to good use, she's become an author specializing in erotic, romantic, and speculative fiction. See what Harley is up to at www.harleyeaston.com.
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From the whimsical to the macabre, S.B. Roark’s genre-crossing works appear in anthologies like Witches, Stitches & Bitches, Give: An Anthology of Anatomical Entries, Melt: Five Stories to Get Snowed in With, and more. Along with writing, S.B. edits for small presses and brought to light Rachel by Dobromir Harrison that later appeared on John Scalzi’s blog.
S.B. frequents local conventions as the occasional panelist, critiques for the writing workshops, and edits for SinCyr Publishing. As Secretary of Cascade Writers, a nonprofit writing workshop, S.B. assists in bringing community, creativity, and contacts to authors at every level of career.
Rhiannon Rhys-Jones has been editing anthologies and role playing games for 9 years. She also speaks regularly at conventions about alternative lifestyles (including poly, bdsm, and furry) and feminism in the gaming community. She writes a blog that focuses on several things, including body acceptance and positivity. She writes humor, alternative pre-history, fantasy, and poetry.
Rhiannon is the Vice President of Cascade Writers, and has delighted in introducing people to “the person they need to talk to” for years. She works for Dragondyne Publishing and SinCyr Publishing as well as running various science fiction conventions and writers conferences.
Sienna Saint-Cyr once wrote vanilla, mainstream fiction. For years, she suppressed her deep need to write about sex, BDSM, and what true consent means, but putting that naughty boy in a dress, pulling that cute blonde’s hair, or being cuffed to a cross was so much more… satisfying. In fiction, of course.
Along with writing erotica and romance, Sienna speaks at conventions, workshops, and for private gatherings on such sex-positive topics as a healthy body image, using sexuality to promote healing, and navigating diverse or non-traditional relationships. She writes for sites like fuck.com, fetish.com, kinkabuse.com, and happiness.org. Learn more at www.siennasaintcyr.com.