Anna Yeatts is the Publisher of Flash Fiction Online. Since Flash Fiction Online is a free magazine, she spends a great deal of time over at Patreon, trying to drum up enough money to keep a free magazine in business. But she appreciates all the readers and supporters (including the world’s most amazing staff of editors and slush readers) who make FFO a reality every month.
Anna writes in that nebulous overlap between genre and literary works where offbeat, surreal stories are born. Her short stories appear in Cicada, Daily Science Fiction, Mslexia, Drabblecast, PodCastle, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, and Penumbra among other publications.
When not writing, Anna wrangles two wonderful children, two matching cats, and a German Shepherd who doesn’t believe in weekends. Follow her at Patreon.com or on YouTube.
Sheila Massie is a speculative fiction writer of mostly fantasy and horror, favoring both dark and hopeful (though not always in the same story). She holds a 4th degree black belt in TaeKwon-Do and, when away from her writing desk, trains empowerment self defense instructors internationally. She enjoys a good sipping tequila, can’t live a day without cheese or tea, and doesn’t like mornings. She lives with her husband and her brat of a Miniature Rottweiler in Victoria, BC, Canada.
John (@Wiswell) is a disabled writer who lives where New York keeps all its trees. His work has won both the Nebula Award and Locus Award. His work has also appeared in Uncanny, Nature, and Fireside. He hopes for peace among all people of all universes.
Emma Munro is a queer cis woman who lives in the Blue Mountains of Australia with her wife and cat. Her stories have appeared in Hashtag Queer LGBTQ+ Creative Anthology Vol. 1, Hello Horror, Pure Slush, Cosmos and other places.
Rich Larson was born in Galmi, Niger, has lived in Spain and Czech Republic, and currently writes from Montreal, Canada. He is the author of the novels Ymir and Annex, as well as the collection Tomorrow Factory. His fiction has been translated into over a dozen languages, including Polish, Italian, Romanian, and Japanese, and adapted into an Emmy-winning episode of LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS. Find free reads and support his work via patreon.com/richlarson.
Kat Day is a PhD chemist who was once a teacher and is now a writer and editor. By day she mostly works as an editor and proofreader of scientific materials, with bits of article and book-writing thrown in. By night she… mostly does all the stuff she hasn’t managed to do during the day. She is an assistant editor at PseudoPod and her fiction can be found at Daily Science Fiction, Cast of Wonders and PseudoPod, among others. You can follow her on Twitter at @chronicleflask, or check out her blogs, The Fiction Phial and The Chronicle Flask. She lives with her husband, two children and cat in Oxfordshire, England.