Anne-Marie Strohman (co-editor) writes picture books, middle grade novels, and young adult short stories and novels. She is a teacher, an editor, and a scholar. She is an active member of SCBWI and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Find her at amstrohman.com
and on Twitter @amstrwriter
Kristi Wright (co-editor) writes picture books and middle grade novels. Her goal as a writer is to give children a sense of wonder, a hopefulness about humanity, and a belief in their future. Represented by Kurestin Armada at Root Literary, Kristi is an active SCBWI and 12 X 12 member.
Find her at kristiwrightauthor.com and on Twitter @KristiWrite.
Beth Mitchell lives in the coastal mountains of Northern California with her husband and two sons. A member of the Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators, she writes middle grade novels and blogs about the books she and her boys love.
Find her at bethmitchell.rocks
Sarah S. Davis lives among cats and piles of books outside Philadelphia. Her writing has appeared on Book Riot, Electric Literature, and Kirkus Reviews. Sarah is currently an MFA student in Vermont College of Fine Arts' kid lit program. She writes middle grade, YA, and verse.
Sarah blogs at Broke By Books.
Becky writes picture books and is the author of two books for Capstone Press and is a member of SCBWI. She lives in California’s Santa Cruz mountains and works as Grants Manager for a regional nonprofit. In her free time, Becky travels with her husband in their Vanagon.
She also blogs at beckylevine.com.
Lindsay Lackey is an author of middle grade fiction and former library services worker. She was born in Colorado, but now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and their spoiled dog. ALL THE IMPOSSIBLE THINGS is her debut novel.
Find her at www.lindsaylackey.com
LA Biscay writes children’s books and dances everyday, if only down the hall. LA is an active member of SCBWI. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, children, super dog, and a brood of chickens that lay green eggs. Yep. Green eggs.
Stephen E. Ambrose