Stephen Dedman is a horror writer who can’t spell.
Chris Dickinson has a day job in the Public Service and occasionally makes short films and writes a bit.
Nick Evans is a bolshie who works for a capitalist, an atheist with a theology degree, and an all-round man of contradictions, although naturally he will deny it. (poorimpulsecontrol.redrag.net)
Russell B. Farr was a 15 year-old Laphroaig whisky in a previous life and, due to some unfinished issues, hopes to get back inside the bottle in this one. (punkrocker1991.livejournal.com/)
Robert Hood often communicates with the Great Cephalopod Gezora. He comments: “Space squids have a lot to say if we’d only listen to them!” (roberthood.net)
Chris Lawson is best known for his experimental fiction extending the reach of stream-of-consciousness with a revolutionary new technique called raging-torrent-of-minutiae. (ozemail.com.au/~claw)
Garth Nix, after a string of successful novels in limited omniscient viewpoint, decided to try his hand at the unreliable narrator. Ever since, he has been late for meetings, padded his expense account, and stopped returning phone calls. (garthnix.com)
Robin Pen loves movies. He loves to think about movies. He loves to write about movies. Unfortunately, the movies he loves are only available from the Criterion Collection or obscure Asian mail-order firms.
Cat Sparks can be created by rubbing a Persian with a rod of amber. (catsparks.net)
Jonathan Strahan. Seen the Simpsons episode where Homer goes to Hell and for his gluttony is strapped to a donut-feeding machine for eternity, only the machine can’t keep up with Homer’s appetite? Well, substitute books for donuts, make Homer more handsome and less stupid, and there you have Jonathan. (jonathanstrahan.com.au/wp/)
Sean Williams denies these terrible allegations and is confident that he will be vindicated in court or, failing that, by posterity. (seanwilliams.com)