GM Rob Mulligan III

I do many things with stuff and stuff with things, but it's usually Cyberpunk, Fallout or Dune!

R. Talsorian Games

Creators of Cyberpunk, The Witcher TRPG, Mekton, Castle Falkenstein, and Teenagers from Outer Space!

Heinki

Speedrunner of all Deus ex games, Metal Gear Rising, Tomb Raider Anniversary, C&C Tiberian Sun and GTA , playing Casual stuff and also RTS List which is about finishing RTS games on PC!

Joseph and Marisha Cautilli

Joseph and Marisha Cautilli are probably the best father-daughter cyber punk-horror writers ever (maybe the only father-daughter combination). Joe Cautilli has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Temple University. He has worked for twenty-five years in mental health, including owning his own company, and in the prison system, working with inmates with mental health issues. Joe has written numerous articles in psychology as well as in both the horror and cyberpunk genera.
At the time of publishing the first book, Marisha Cautilli was seven years old, diagnosed as gifted and had many gifts and hobbies. She is a teen now. Her primary joy in writing is historical fiction and fantasy but has recently begun to take an interest in the cyberworld as well.

Dr Anna McFarlane

I am a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Glasgow working on a project entitled 'Products of Conception: Pregnancy and Science Fiction, 1968-2015'. I am also known as a cyberpunk scholar.

Trese Brothers Indie Games

Indie game devs going 10+ years strong. We make deep, highly-replayable RPGs.

SC Jensen

A genre bending and blending SF&F author living on the windswept Canadian prairies. Expect things to get weird.

Andrew McGee

Professional editor and independent filmmaker, currently developing
Venus: A Short Cyberpunk Film into a feature.

Clockwork Bird Games

Clockwork Bird is a game studio founded by James Patton and Daniel Adams, two oddball indies making offbeat narrative games.

Tobias Cabral

Tobias Cabral is a clinical psychologist and lifelong Speculative Fiction enthusiast and author. He has developed a sub-specialty in working with SF Fans (who are frequently and non-trivially helped by not having constantly to translate their thoughts and feelings into "Mundane-ese" with their therapist).
The author is an avid consumer of comparative mythology (who sees Grail stories *everywhere*), and an inveterate aerospace junkie. He is particularly obsessed with private/commercial spaceflight, and with the exploration/colonization of Mars.
Doctor Cabral lives in the verdant suburbs of Philadelphia with his (undeservedly tolerant) wife, (intriguingly-eccentric) son, three dogs (Kaylee, Madame Maxine, and Fitz), and Z'Ha'Dum-black cat (Daenerys Angelique). Ball python (Monty....of course), alas, shed his mortal coil in 2016.
The author is an avid consumer of comparative mythology (who sees Grail stories *everywhere*), and an inveterate aerospace junkie. He is particularly obsessed with private/commercial spaceflight, and with the exploration/colonization of Mars.
Doctor Cabral lives in the verdant suburbs of Philadelphia with his (undeservedly tolerant) wife, (intriguingly-eccentric) son, three dogs (Kaylee, Madame Maxine, and Fitz), and Z'Ha'Dum-black cat (Daenerys Angelique). Ball python (Monty....of course), alas, shed his mortal coil in 2016.
Doctor Cabral's passions for SF and psychology have cross-fertilized most fruitfully: He has developed a sub-specialty in working with SF Fans (who are frequently and non-trivially helped by not having constantly to translate their thoughts and feelings into "Mundane-ese" with their therapist). He regularly speaks at "PhilCon," the annual convention of the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society. His Doctoral Dissertation (Nested Systems: Evolving Models of Embodied Psychotherapy) dealt with Chaos/Complexity/Dynamic Systems theory (to which he was first exposed in Crichton's novel, Jurassic Park), as the basis for a proposed metatheory of psychological functioning and multi-level (fractal-structured) clinical interventions.

The author is an avid consumer of comparative mythology (who sees Grail stories *everywhere*), and an inveterate aerospace junkie (who will --*someday*-- complete his hours for his Private Pilot license!). He is particularly obsessed with private/commercial spaceflight, and with the exploration/colonization of Mars. (He is, thus, an *unapologetic* Elon Musk Fanboy)

Dr. Cabral dabbles in songwriting, aided in this by YouTube, his Giannini acoustic-electric guitar

(Evangeline), and assorted pennywhistles (because they're Lovely, and totally portable). He is nonetheless mindful of the comedic figure he clearly strikes in comparison to his former concert pianist mother and Julliard M.A. sister. Intermittently driving for Lyft provides a rich source of narrative and empathic capital to re-invest in all of the above (plus, drunks are Funny).

Doctor Cabral lives in the verdant suburbs of Philadelphia with his (undeservedly-tolerant) wife, (intriguingly-eccentric) son, three dogs (Kaylee, Madame Maxine, and Fitz ), and Z'Ha'Dum-black cat (Daenerys Angelique). Ball python (Monty....of course), alas, shed his mortal coil in 2016.