Generally dressed all in black. A round face, half-Chinese. Smooth black hair with a ponytail. Enigmatic pendant.
Undergraduate math major at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Keeper of the comics library. Nuclear reactor operator.
Space war. Gardens of stone, with nothing living. Celebrity babies with rich, missing parents and mysterious relatives.
A solid, rounded frame; a round face with a quiet smile. A mysterious scar on his chin.
A grad student in English at the University of Iowa; his dissertation is on serial killer novels.
The power of art, and why you should fear it. A vast anti-alien conspiracy. A tripartite alien.
Thin, dark-haired, with green-rimmed glasses (his contacts are in the mail) and a charming South African accent.
Came all the way from Durban, South Africa. University student; history major. This year's Sue Petrey scholar.
A plastic skeleton in an archaeological dig. Rats fleeing a burning cane field. Psychic shape-shifting alien cockroaches.
Lean, powerful, centered. Brown hair, clean-shaven. The quiet one; didn't socialize at all for the first week.
Drove all the way from Madison, Wisconsin. Brought his own chair. Practices kendo, burns incense, and jogs.
A mysterious trading family, vast and powerful, invaded in two times by a force that devours nobility.
Lean, with gray hair and large glasses. A high, sensitive voice. When he speaks it's worth listening.
Pharmacist from Salem, Oregon; our most generous chef. His partner Eric has excellent taste in chocolate cakes.
A bombastic alien ambassador who gets cooked and eaten. A girl and her doll, on a boat.
Compact frame, henna'd hair, glasses, charming Kiwi accent. Often barefoot, revealing one toe shorter than the rest.
Currently a medical writer, but has worked as a doctor and wants to get back to it.
The end of religious faith, in a culture whose religion has a basis in fact. Alien archaeology.
Small and rounded, with wild hair. Sunburnt chest from the Fremont Fair. Giggles. Always wears medieval gowns.
Recently graduated from Yale; BA in Women's Studies. Award-winning essay on cyborg and robot women in fiction.
An Arabian Nights tale whose beautiful language was, alas, in a story that ran out of time.
Large, bright, intense eyes and a truly spectacular amount of brown hair. More computer T-shirts than God.
Graphic artist from Redmond, Washington. Former molecular biologist. Former Mac tech support person. Husband also writes SF.
The effects of technological telepathy, memory storage. A god who causes a war and gets his comeuppance.
Tall and red-haired, with a voice that brooks no interference. Earrings in odd places and three tattoos.
Grad student from U. Nevada at Reno. EYE-nez from Nev-ADD-a, not EE-nez from Nev-AH-da. Her parrots masturbate.
A finely-crafted tale of a saint's foot, which arrives in a Southwestern retirement community and brings miracles.
Short, round, with dark hair. A very quiet voice, but worth hearing. Often wears a Tardis key.
Training as a medical transcriptionist on Bainbridge Island, WA. Published a novel 20-odd years ago. David's sister.
Only one story so far: a narrative in which the grass remains while people come and go.
Slender, with an oval face and large round glasses. Very straight hair, dark blonde with light highlights.
Research Assistant for a labor union. Has worked for Locus, waitressed, supported a green card PhD husband.
The dangers of Pokemon. A society in which all births are twins, who fight to the death.
Five foot two... "and a half!" Matchstick-thin but bursting with energy. Elfin face, but can be serious.
Psych major in her fourth year at the University of California, Irvine. Swaps waitress stories with Amy.
A fractal story. The return of the South Green Cut-Up Man, serial killer, through a college student.
A solid, quiet man who dresses plainly. Sometimes even seen in the halls in a white(!) T-shirt.
Lives in suburban New Jersey, formerly worked for a German book/journal company in New York City.
An old man meets a physical therapist who may possibly be the reincarnation of his dead daughter.
A tall man, lanky. Brown hair, a beard, a nice smile. Typically wears khakis and polo shirt.
Tech writer/editor for a software testing company near Seattle. Lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Anne's brother.
A Greek tragedy: a woman must sacrifice her own brother, who spared her in a previous sacrifice.
Bright eyes, bright smile, cute little goatee. Lucky Hawaiian review shirt. Random martial-arts moves in the halls.
The tell-tale fern. A bodyguard with Medusa hair. A life changed by bees. Tales of eight immortals.
A strange, asymmetrical face. A scary smile. Glasses that darken in sunlight. A long black ponytail. Balding.
Works for Intel in Portland, Oregon. Between jobs at the moment, moving from manager to software engineer.
Faster-than-light drive developed during an asteroid war. An astronaut who may have killed his partner. Aetheric travelers.
A bold, powerful frame; a face with large eyes; brown hair that appears to be beyond control.
History major at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, and an order-processing clerk at a book publisher.
A space traveler who does not know she is now unique. Gritty battles in the distant past.
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