Catherine Dilts’s most recent release is Survive or Die (Encircle Publications). She is also the author of the Rock Shop Mystery series.
California writer Melissa Fall is also an editor and playwright. Her work was a runner up in the Economic Security Project’s Into the Black contest in 2018.
Laurel Flores Fantauzzo is an assistant professor at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Former P.I. Steven Gore is the author of the Graham Gage and Harlan Donnally novels (Harper Collins).
Joe Helgerson’s last story in AHMM was “The Case of Captain Nemo’s Half Brother” (5/15).
Mark Joslyn is a Chicago criminal-defense attorney. His work has appeared in Akashic’s Mondays Are Murder series and McSweeney’s.
Portland-based former zookeeper Parker Littlewood is the author of Night Kill, Did Not Survive, and Endangered (Poisoned Pen).
Agatha and Derringer award winner Terrie Farley Moran writes the Read ’Em and Eat Cozy series and coauthors, with Laura Childs, the Scrapbooking Mystery series.
With Steve Seder, Chris Muessig is the author of the wrestling mystery trilogy that concluded with “One Fall to a Finish” (EQMM, 3-4/18).
Texas-based author Mark Thielman is a two-time Black Orchid Novella Award winner.
Short stories by Gigi Vernon appear in Adirondack Mysteries and Other Mountain Tales: Volume 3 (North Country Books, 2018), The Ghostbreakers: New Horrors (Rage Machine, 2003), and elsewhere.
Joseph S. Walker’s upcoming short fiction will be found in the MWA anthology Life Is Short, Then You Die (Macmillan, Sept. 2019).
Elizabeth Zelvin is the editor of the anthology Me Too: Crimes Against Women, Retribution, and Healing (Level Best, Sept. 2019).