Simon Brown has worked as an inhouse journalist, copywriter, editor and communications officer for universities, charities, NGOs and two advertising firms.
He’s also written short stories – which have been published in Australia, the US, the UK, Poland and Japan – and eight novels, all published in Australia; the last six were also published in the US and Russia. All his fiction can be described broadly as speculative fiction.
He’s Australian, but currently lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, where his wife teaches at an international school.
His website (and intermittent blog) Strange Borders can be found at https://simonbrown.co/
Jenni Juvonen (http://www.jennijuvonen.fi/) is originally from Finland and currently lives in Berlin, Germany, where she works in tech. By day, she is a product manager in the field of artificial intelligence, and by night, she is a writer of science fiction, exploring the ways in which technology intersects with society and shapes our culture, thinking, and the human condition. She writes in English and Finnish, and her short fiction has been awarded in several international competitions.
Henry Gasko was born in a displaced persons camp in Yugoslavia after World War Two, was raised on a vegetable farm in Canada, and has lived in Australia for the last 40 years.
He has recently retired from full time work as a medical researcher and has returned to his first love, science fiction, as both a reader and an aspiring author. He has previously published stories in the anthology “Dreamworks” and in Aurealis magazine.
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