Mike Resnick is, according to Locus, the all-time leading award winner, living or dead, for short science fiction. He has won 5 Hugos (from a record 37 nominations), a Nebula, and other major awards in the USA, France, Croatia, Poland, Spain, Catalonia, and Japan, and has been nominated for major awards in England, Australia and Italy.
January 20 - 22, 2017
Chattacon is an annual Speculative Fiction convention held in Chattanooga, Tennessee
at the historical Chattanooga Choo Choo.
Alan Pollack was born in New Jersey in 1964. Influenced at an early age by artists such as Frank Frazetta and Boris Vallejo, Alan knew that fantasy illustration would be his career of choice.
After graduating from high school, he studied at several colleges. At the School of Visual Arts in NYC, the illustration team of Martucci and Greisbach convinced Alan to dabble in oils. He was so inspired by hid first attempts that he began developing a portfolio of fantasy illustration.
J. L. Mulvihill a/k/a Jen, is a passionate writer with her debut novel, The Lost Daughter of Easa, an engaging fantasy novel bordering on science-fiction with a dash of Steampunk, published through Kerlak Enterprises in 2011. The sequel to this novel is presently in the works and boasts of demons, dragons and epic battles.
Wendy was born in Florida where she lived before moving to Georgia. Wendy's first published work came at the grand old age of five when her illustration "Mother Giraffe and Children" was published. After achieving the pinnacle of stick figure art Wendy, fortunately for us, turned her hand to writing.