Suzanne Vincent is the editor-in-chief of Flash Fiction Online. That’s what people think anyway. Actually, she’s really a pretty ordinary middle-aged woman packing a few extra pounds and a few more gray hairs than she’s comfortable with. As a writer, she leans toward the fantasy spectrum, though much of what she writes is difficult to classify. Slipstream? Isn’t that where we stick stories when we just can’t figure out where else they go? Suzanne’s first professional publication was right here at FFO, published before she joined the staff: “I Speak the Master’s Will,” — a story she’s still very proud of. While she doesn’t actually have time to blog anymore, she once did. You can still read her ancient posts on writing at The Slushpile Avalanche. Suzanne keeps a house full of kids (3), a husband (1), and pets (too many to number) in Utah, USA. Yes, she’s a Mormon. No, there isn’t another wife. Mormons haven’t actually practiced polygamy since the 1890s. Too bad. She’d love to have another woman around to wash dishes and do laundry.
Damon Shaw is a writer and carpenter living in the Canary Isles with his husband and a menagerie of animals from peafowl to goats. When he can fit it in around puppet-making, classical singing, earning a living (ha! Remember that anyone?) and caring for ducklings, he writes. His first professionally published story was “The Door,” with Flash Fiction Online in 2009. One of his last published stories was “Widdershins Mine”, again here in Flash Fiction Online in November 2019. In the intervening ten years he has been published in various anthologies from Lethe Press, where Seven Lovers and the Sea was reprinted in best-of anthology, Wilde Stories, also in Daily Science Fiction. He has audio stories with the Drabblecast
and the Dunesteef and has a forthcoming story from the point of view of every housefly that ever lived with the Glittership podcast.
Jason S. Ridler is a writer, historian, and actor. He is the author of The Brimstone Files, and his latest historical work Mavericks of War was called a “visceral read that is also an important piece of scholarship” by Pulitzer-Prize winner Richard Rhodes. He is a Teaching Fellow at Johns Hopkins University and teaches creative writing at Google, Youtube, and for private clients.
Catherine George lives in Vancouver, BC, with her partner and their two young children. After ten years away from writing fiction of any sort, she felt the urge to write again during her maternity leave with her second child and now writes short speculative fiction of all types. When she’s not writing, she can be found reading, hanging out with her family, and working as a litigator at a law firm in downtown Vancouver. Find her at cgfiction.com or @catinlaw on Twitter.
Aishah Ojibara lives in Ilorin, Nigeria, where she studies Health Education at the University of Ilorin. She hopes to become an accomplished novelist, as well as an individual who drives impactful change in her community. In her spare time, Aishah loves to debate and travel. Her favourite writers include J. M. Coetzee, Zadie Smith, Chimamanda Adichie, and several others. Aishah practices the philosophy of Stoicism, as well as the idea of egalitarianism. To her, writing is a necessity, as well as the need to call out societal flaws and urge everyone to become better individuals. You can follow her on Twitter at: @aishahojibara.
Sarah Daniels is a graduate of the Curtis Brown Creative Online Novel Writing Course. Her work has appeared in Gravel, Five on the Fifth, Fictive Dream, Neon, Ghostlight, The Magazine Of Terror, and 600 Second Saga. She has been nominated for Best British And Irish Flash Fiction and Best Small Fictions.