Hey! I'm Shae! Just your not-so-everyday awesome nerd of geekery. When I'm not busy trying to take over the world, I can be found writing, talking for the cats, playing video games, watching movies, and/or reading comics. I've been cosplaying (for fun) for 13 years. I am addicted to Supernatural. And Misha Collins is my spirit animal.
John Edward Betancourt
John is a master at science fiction and horror. He enjoys all things science fiction but Star Trek is his favorite. He is a "zombie specialist," that being his favorite type of monster. An avid reader John will read just about anything he can get his hands on. John is a screenwriter and his upcoming screenplay "Hurricane Kid" is currently in development and the script was awarded Best Original Screenplay at the 2014 Illinois International Film Festival. He has also finished his first novel and is working on getting it published, and his short story "An Undying Love" was recently featured in the horror anthology Roms, Bombs & Zoms from Evil Girlfriend Media. If you have any trivia questions, he is the one to ask!
An avid movie fan, Scotty enjoys any and all genres of film, but is certainly partial to horror and science fiction. When not enjoying Hollywood's latest offering, he spends his time with his nose buried in books, as since he fully believes that books are the best fuel for the brain.
Mike Cervantes is a graduate of creative writing and communication from The University of Texas at El Paso. He is a humorist, a cartoonist, a steampunk enthusiast, a regular contributor to Denver's local steampunk convention, AnomalyCon, and just a swell person besides. He writes and publishes stories featuring his steampunk hero characters "The Scarlet Derby and Midnight Jay" regularly on his website, TheScarletDerby.com.
Bio coming soon!
Joel T. Lewis
Joel has a Masters in English Literature from the University of Denver. He wrote his thesis on Charlotte Brontë's under-appreciated second novel, “Shirley.” A writer of surrealist poetry, absurdist plays, and bluesy rock music, Joel spends much of his free time lusting after guitars to add to his collection or re-watching TV shows that ended years before his birth. Films, comics, comedy, science fiction, or fantasy; Joel devours pop culture at a rate some might call unhealthy. Star Wars, Moon Knight, and Monty Python’s Flying Circus are among his favorite topics of discussion but be warned: his stamina in such discussions, no matter how trivial, is inexhaustible.