Sean Wallace is the founder, publisher, and managing editor of Prime Books. In his spare time he has edited or co-edited a number of projects, including two magazines, Clarkesworld Magazine and Fantasy Magazine, and a number of anthologies, including Best New Fantasy, Japanese Dreams, The Mammoth Book of Steampunk, People of the Book, Robots: Recent A.I., and War & Space: Recent Combat. He lives in Germantown, MD, with his wife, Jennifer, and their twin daughters, Cordelia and Natalie.
Paula Guran is the senior editor for Masque Books and Prime Books. In the past she edited Juno Books for six years from its inception as a small press imprint through its incarnation as an imprint of IHG. She has been nominated twice for the World Fantasy Award, won two Bram Stoker awards, and two International Horror Guild Awards. The list of anthologies she has edited is growing so rapidly that it would likely be outdated as quickly as listed here, but includes Brave New Love, New Cthulhu: The Recent Weird, and The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror series.
Natalie Luhrs is the Acquisitions Editor for Masque Books. Previously, she was the senior science fiction and fantasy reviewer for RT Book Reviews and curated that section of the magazine. As a resident of one of the smallest states in the union (Delaware), she is daily faced with the fact that the state is too small to hold both her home and her day job and thus she commutes to the endlessly variable landscape of New Jersey in the wee morning hours, all the while thinking about what makes a great book tick. She's also an avid knitter, spinner, and can be found sounding off about books several times a week at Radish Reviews (http://www.radishreviews.com).
Sherin Nicole has been dubbed a “chic geek" and likes the sound of it, especially since she’s a bit shy and depends heavily on her super heroine styled alter ego. When not designing all things graphic or hosting The Fantastic Forum—a show celebrating comics, sci-fi and fantasy—she escapes into food, family, the arts, and travel. Culturally, she’s half American, half British and very southern; right down to the accent and love of grits. Government reports list a residence in DC but Sherin spends most of her time on the astral plane and is certain she's seen you there.
Neil Clarke is the owner of Wyrm Publishing, editor of the multiple Hugo Award-winning and World Fantasy Award-nominated online semiprozine, Clarkesworld Magazine, a freelance ebook designer and an educational technologist. He lives in Stirling, NJ with his wife and two children.