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.
Samantha Murray is a writer, mathematician, and mother. Not particularly in that order. Her work has appeared Flash Fiction Online previously, and has also been seen in Clarkesworld, Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Interzone, and Escape Pod, among other fine places, and been collected in The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy & Horror, and The Best Science Fiction of the Year (Vol 4). Samantha is a two-time Aurealis Award winner. You can follow her on Twitter as @SamanthaNMurray.
Samantha lives in Western Australia in a household of unruly boys.
Dafydd McKimm is a speculative fiction writer producing mainly short and flash-length stories. His work has appeared in publications such as Deep Magic, Daily Science Fiction, Flash Fiction Online, The Cafe Irreal, Kaleidotrope, The Best of British Fantasy, and elsewhere.
He was born and grew up in Wales but now lives in Taipei, Taiwan.
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.
Emma Brankin is a teacher from Glasgow, Scotland with a Masters in Creative Writing and Education from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She was recently shortlisted for the Bridport Prize’s Short Story Contest as well as winning Fugue Fiction‘s Short Story prize and the To Hull And Back Short Story contest. Other work has appeared in places such as SmokeLong Quarterly, Reflex and X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine. You can contact her on Twitter via @emmanya.
Devin Miller is a queer, genderqueer cyborg and lifelong denizen of Seattle, with a love of muddy beaches to show for it. Their short fiction has appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, PodCastle, and Strange Horizons; their poetry can be found in Mermaids Monthly and Haven Spec Magazine, and on select King County Metro bus terminals. You can find Devin under a tree, probably, or at devzmiller.com.