Author and artist Dale Berry is the creator of the graphic novel series Tales of the Moonlight Cutter (Myriad Publications).
Michael A. Black is a retired police officer and the author of 29 books, including Blood Trails (Intrigue) and the Executioner series (as by Don Pendleton).
Michael Bracken won the 2016 Edward D. Hoch Memorial Golden Derringer for Lifetime Achievement. His work appears in the Bouchercon anthology Passport to Murder (Down & Out, 2017).
Dara Carr is the author of Angela Cray Gets Real, a Freddie Award finalist from MWA-Florida, now available from Marvelous Mayhem.
Chicago teacher and former forensic scientist Tim Chapman is the author of The Blue Silence and the collection Kiddieland and Other Misfortunes (Thrilling Tales).
The most recent novel from Max Gersh is Deceiver (Perfect Crime).
Robert C. Hahn is the former book editor for the Cincinnati Post.
Tom Larsen won the Portland Noir Flash Fiction Contest in 2009. Detective Wilson Salinas is featured in his novel Getting Legal.
“Boudin Noir” by R. T. Lawton (AHMM, 12/09) was included in The Big Book of Rogues and Villains (Vintage, 2017).
The next Sueño/Bascom novel by Martin Limón is The Line, due out in October.
Robert Lopresti is the author of the nonfiction When Women Didn’t Count and the novel Greenfellas.
Barry N. Malzberg’s work, solo and in collaboration, has appeared in AHMM since 1976.
Poet and science-fiction author Mario Milosevic is the author of 15 Strange Tales of Crime and Mystery (Green Snake Publishing).
The Bags of Tricks Affair, the sixth in the Carpenter & Quincannon series by Bill Pronzini, will be available in March (Tor/Forge).
This is Shauna Washington’s fourth Stacey Deshay story to appear in AHMM (see “La Rouge Jolie,” 9/15).