Profiles in Middle Grade

Bart King

Portland, Oregon, 97213

BART KING is a longtime middle school teacher who writes funny books for kids and immature adults. He was once referred to as “one of Oregon's best authors” by someone who […]

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Alethea Kontis

Titusville, Florida, 32796

Alethea Kontis is a princess, author, fairy godmother, and geek. Her bestselling Books of Arilland fairytale series won two Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Awards (Enchanted and Tales of Arilland), and was twice nominated […]

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Jane Lindskold

Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87120

Jane Lindskold is the New York Times bestselling, award-winning, internationally published author of over 25 novels and over 70 short stories.  She holds a PhD in English from Fordham University. […]

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Grá Linnaea

Portland, Oregon, 97202

Writer of speculative fiction, former editor for Shimmer Magazine and facilitator of the Wordos writing critique group. Active member of the Science Fiction Writers Association.

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Christopher McKitterick

Lawrence, Kansas, 66044

Science-fiction writer, educator, popular public speaker, hot-rodder, intersectional feminist, astro-guy, and director of the Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction. McKitterick speaks regularly about science fiction and writing […]

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Stel Pavlou

Denver, Colorado, 80203

Stel Pavlou is a British international bestselling author of the adult fiction novels, Decipher and Gene.  Daniel Coldstar: The Relic War, an epic golden-age sci-fi novel, is his first work for young readers. It is […]

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Cath Schaff-Stump

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52209

Catherine Schaff-Stump writes speculative fiction for all ages. She is a cohost of the Unreliable Narrators podcast. Her middle-grade novel Hulk Hercules: Professional Wrestler is available from Cats Curious Press, […]

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Nisi Shawl

Seattle, Washington, 98118

Nisi Shawl’s story collection Filter House co-won the James Tiptree, Jr. Award in 2009.  She has been Guest of Honor for feminist science fiction convention WisCon in 2011 and the […]

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C. Taylor-Butler

Kansas City, Missouri

Christine Taylor-Butler is the award winning author of more than 75 books for children and young adults, including a high profile nonfiction series for Scholastic, Inc. A science nerd, she […]

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Mark Teppo

Portland, Oregon, 97201

Mark Teppo is the author of nearly a dozen novels that run the gamut from historical adventure fiction, eco-thrillers, urban fantasy, and experimental narrative. His latest effort at subverting genre conventions […]

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