Cat writes weird, lush speculative fiction for adults and children. She’s the author of When the Sea is Rising Red and Beastkeeper, and her short fiction and poetry have appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including Tor.com, Apex Magazine, Shimmer and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.
Cristy is the author of two fantasy novels, The Dreamer’s Tears and Of Magic and Memory and has published various short stories, including stories in both AfroSF and AfroSFv3.
Icy writes Gothic-tinged not-quite-YA fantasy novels and Gothic short stories.
When she's not writing fiction, she's blogging about folklore, legends and the supernatural.
Laurie is an author of speculative fiction who obtained an MA in creative writing from the University of Cape Town before going on to work as an editor of political non-fiction in London.
Masha writes fantasy and science fiction, set in alternate world South Africa. She trained as a visual artist, majoring in sculpture and went on to study bronzecasting.
Nerine is a South African author and editor of SFF currently residing in Cape Town. She is Skolion's founder. Her short fiction has been published widely and, most recently, her short story 'On the other Side of the Sea' was shortlisted for a Nommo in 2018.
Stacey is an aspiring writer of fantasy novels who has loved creating stories from an early age. She grew up with a solid foundation in English literature thanks to her mother, an English teacher. When she is not writing, she enjoys creating illustrations and learning to become a better artist and creative.
Although she has a Master’s degree in music, Suzanne prefers conjuring strange worlds and creating quirky characters. When she grows up, she wants to be an elf – until then, she spends her time (when not writing) climbing, buying far too many books, and entertaining her shiba inu, Lego.
Tallulah holds a Bachelor of Journalism. However, she much prefers writing fiction. After spending a few years as an IT journalist, she now works in marketing and focuses her writing efforts on young and new adult fantasy novels.
Toby works and dreams in Cape Town, South Africa.
His writing is primarily fantasy and horror with the occasional digression into science and historical fiction.
Yolandie can often be found typing away at the computer or nibbling at the end of a paintbrush. When not writing or making art, she spends her time cuddling her daughter and husband, reading, fangirling, or gaming.