About The Authors


James Bayers ("The Parchment") works as a computer professional in Los Angeles. One of his dozen or so hobbies is writing.

Jason Clark ("Under the Microscope") is a senior attending Santiam Christian High in Corvallis, Oregon. He enjoys reading and writing science fiction, surfing the Internet, and using computers in general.

Romeo Esparrago (cover art, "SciFaiku", other various art, webconverter) is about the same height as Tom Cruise. Romeo has a Web page path, and if Tom had one, Romeo's would be longer than Tom's: http://www.amug.org/newton/nanug/BioPages/RomeoE/RomeHome.html. (okay, that was his old one - his new URL is unfortunately shorter than Tom's : http://www.romedome.com) <public@romedome.com>

Simon Joseph (author & artist for "The Plains of Meer") is marketing manager for a software company in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He enjoys writing science fiction and fantasy stories in his spare time.

Bidermeier van Leeuwonhoek ("Emoticon Lexicon") is CEO of Element 115 Mining Corp. of the Scamma Quadrant.

Andrew G. McCann (Editor, Publisher, art for "Under the Microscope", "The Time Madam", "Into the Darkness") lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. His home page lives over in <http://www.planetmag.com>. His email address resides at <editor@planetmag.com>.

Leslie Norton ("Brooklyn: May 1989") is a poet living in New York City.

Paul Semel ("Untitled") has had poems published in such magazines as Fish Wrap, Arbella, Flipside, Shockbox, Creem, and Coffeehouse Poets' Quarterly. He is currently finishing work on the third and final edition of his art and literary magazine, Mixed Media.

Drew Shelton ("Into The Darkness") is 12 years old and in the eighth grade.

Brad Stone ("The Time Madam") is a writer living in New York City <BStone@panix.com>. You can jump forward in time and read about his future work called "The Time Burglar" in Planet Magazine Issue #7. Pretty neat trick, huh? *



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