Lynn Wallace lived in Costa Rica several years as a boy, and after receiving an MA in English-Fiction Writing from
Pennsylvania State University in 1986, he was awarded a Fulbright to Costa Rica for fifteen months, where he taught at
the University of Costa Rica, wandered the back country, and worked on several writing projects. One of those works
was a memoir, an excerpt of which was translated into Spanish and published in the literary supplement of the daily La
Nación, and installments of which have been published in Postcards from Pottersville, Kalliope, and elsewhere. Most
recently, some of his poems have appeared in the Atlanta Review. His novel, Los Caminantes, is just out from
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Tony Simmons is a Florida boy. He’s the assistant managing editor for news at The News Herald in Panama City,
where he lives with his wife, Debra, and their children, Nathaniel and Jessica. He was born and raised in Century, and
graduated from Century High School in 1982, sixth in a class of 60. He has degrees in television production and print
journalism from, respectively, Pensacola Junior College and the University of West Florida, both located in Pensacola.
His novel, Welcome to the Dawning of a New Century, is just out from Pottersville Press.


Margaret Coel is the New York Times best-selling author of the acclaimed Wind River mystery series set among the Arapahos on Wyoming's Wind River Reservation and featuring Jesuit priest Father John O'Malley and Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden. The latest is EYE OF THE WOLF (Sep '05).

The novels have received wide recognition. They have been on the bestseller lists of numerous newspapers, including the New York Times , the Los Angeles Times , the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News . THE SPIRIT WOMAN won both the Colorado Book Award and the Willa Cather Award for Best Novel of the West. It was also a finalist for the Western Writers of America prestigious Spur Award for Best Novel. THE SHADOW DANCER was also a winner of the Colorado Book Award.

She is a native Coloradan who hails from a pioneer Colorado family. The West � the mountains, plains, and vast spaces � are in her bones, she says. She moved out of Colorado on two occasions � to attend Marquette University and to spend a couple of years in Alaska. Both times she couldn't wait to get back.


Before Michael Lister became a full-time writer in 2000, he was the youngest chaplain within the Florida Department
of Corrections. His seven years of prison chaplaincy bring authenticity and realism to his mystery series featuring excop
turned prison chaplain, John Jordan. The first of which, Power in the Blood, was published by Pineapple Press.
The next, Blood of the Lamb, was published by Bleak House Books in September of 2004. The third book of the series,
The Body and the Blood, will be out soon. His website is


Jim Huang is the current publisher of The Drood Review , considered by many to be the mystery genre's most comprehensive and trusted source of information about new books (for over 20 years). He's also the mastermind behind Crum Creek Press, publishing everything from reprints of earlier mystery novels to critical works germane to the genre. The Drood Review has won the American Mystery Award for best fan publication and was also twice-nominated for an Anthony Award in a similar category. And two books edited by Jim Huang and published by Crum Creek Press have won multiple awards. His "They Died in Vain: Overlooked, Underappreciated and Forgotten Mystery Novels" won an Anthony Award, Agatha Award, and Macavity Award for best nonfiction. And, his "100 Favorite Mysteries of the Century: Selected by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association" won Anthony and Agatha awards in the same category.


Mary Anna Evans has degrees in physics and engineering, but her heart is in the past.  Her series character, Faye Longchamp, lives the exciting life of an archaeologist, and Mary Anna envies her a little.  The first Faye Longchamp novel, Artifacts , won the Benjamin Franklin award for the best mystery novel published by a small press in 2003.  It also won the Florida Historical Society's Patrick D. Smith Florida Literature Award, and it was recognized by the Voice of Young America (VOYA) as an "Adult Mystery with Young Adult Appeal."  Mary Anna is very proud of being recognized for writing a good page-turner for people of all ages while, at the same time, getting the historical facts right. 

For the incurably curious, Mary Anna's first published work, her master's thesis, was entitled A Modeling Study of the NH 3 -NO-O 2 Reaction Under the Operating Conditions of a Fluidized Bed Combustor.  Like her mysteries, it was also a factual page-turner but, no, it's not available online.  She turned to from engineering to fiction after the birth of her third child prompted a shift in focus from managing hazardous wastes to preparing balanced meals.  Unfortunately, she has yet to acquire the knack of laundry management.  Writing lets her indulge her passion for history and literature and science and everything else that goes into a good book.  Simply put, crafting a novel is fun.  Mary Anna lives in Gainesville, Florida with her husband, three children, and a cat.


Terry Lewis , a native of North Florida and a trial judge since 1988, knows his legal and geographical territory and his taut courtroom procedurals ring with authenticity. Both CONFLICT OF INTEREST (1997) and PRIVILEGED INFORMATION (2003) are set in Tallahassee and feature unlikely law partners, Paul Morganstein and Ted Stevens. He is hard at work on his third novel. Terry lives in Tallahassee with his wife Fran and their cat, Buffy. They have one daughter, Angie, who is away at school.