Anna Mocikat is the award-nominated, internationally published author of "Behind Blue Eyes", the "Tales of the Shadow City" series and the "MUC" series. Before becoming a novelist, she graduated from Film School and worked as a screenwriter and game writer for over a decade. Anna’s love for cyberpunk began when she saw Ghost in the Shell for the first time. Ever since she wanted to write cyberpunk stories. Behind Blue Eyes is her sixth published novel and the first one, which is pure cyberpunk. It’s the first part of a series that is planned to span over many books.
Mark Everglade's mission is to give the people a voice; to pay respect to the cyberpunk elders, who created all this with little precedence to draw on, while inspiring new authors to carry their torch (with cybernetic arms of course, and the flames are virtual, and corps are trying to extinguish them). He lives in Tallahassee, FL and works as a social scientist.
Nik Whittaker broke into the independent fiction scene with his debut cyberpunk novel, Neon Helix, the first in the Neon Helix Universe series. Inspired by his love of science fiction and storytelling, he wanted to create his own worlds and characters to entertain others. He followed Neon Helix with The Omega Drive, a space opera, and the beginning of his second series.
Finding he always worked best through self-learning, Nik earned an Open University degree in English Language and Literature whilst working full time to pay the bills. He has since started working freelance as a copy and content writer alongside his writer.
Now, fueled by coffee, bourbon, and pure imagination he continues his journey into self-publishing.
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Matthew A. Goodwin has loved cyberpunk since he first read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and Neuromancer as a child. The questions the genre asks about morality, humankind’s relationship with technology, increasing corporate control, the ‘bread and circus’ nature of entertainment and the fusion of man with machine have fascinated him throughout his life.
His novel series A Cyberpunk Saga seeks to explore these themes in a fast-paced action adventure.
D.L. is a Pushcart Prize nominee and winner of the Independent Press Award. A lifelong science fiction fan, his intense, fast-paced novels echo his many influences from books and movies, including William Gibson’s Sprawl trilogy, the Mad Max films, Akira, Blade Runner, Harlan Ellison, and the novels of Paolo Bacigalupi. If you like page-turning, edgy science fiction, you’re definitely his kind of reader. Get a FREE BOOK when you join his spam-free reader list at http://dlyoungfiction.com.
Elias is a published chemist and electro-optics researcher. With a background in toxicology, photonics, and millimeter wave communications, Elias draws from his diverse scientific experiences to create compelling future worlds.
His latest novel, Europa, is a cyberpunk thriller that follows a NASA scientist as he fights a powerful corporation seeking to weaponize a dangerous new technology.
Davene Le Grange, born in South Africa, was a Theology & Religious Studies student whose journey led to the fulfilling role of becoming a full-time writer. She has a poem published in Away With Words edited by Claire Tupholme, and self-published a cyberpunk poetry book, The Cyber Punk: Ready-2-Play? She has also written 95 editions as a Columnist for Navneet Newshouse in India, and collaborated on the cyberpunk anthology Arc City Stories. You can tweet her @DaveneLG.