Author Kristin Wauson
Since she learned to hold a pencil, Kristin Wauson has been making pictures and stories. She grew up in the Texas Hill Country, inspired by fairy tales, C.S. Lewis, music, horses and classic Disney animation. Kristin is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, and former graphic designer. She rediscovered picture books via her two sons and was inspired to write and illustrate her own. When she’s not perfecting her craft, you’ll find her cooking, or possibly upside down doing yoga. Kristin is represented by Adria Goetz of Martin Literary Management.
Author Toby LeBlanc
Toby is a mental health therapist by day, and a dad, husband, cook, and nature lover by night. Born and raised in the heart of Cajun Country, Toby’s writing often focuses on life along the byways and bayous of the only place he’ll ever say he’s from: South Louisiana. His work has been featured in Coffin Bell Journal, Deep South Magazine, and Barrelhouse Magazine. His upcoming short story collection Soaked has placed in several writing competitions including as a finalist for the Faulkner Wisdom-Words Competition in New Orleans.
Author B.K. Greenwood
B.K. Greenwood lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and wolfpack of 4 rescue dogs. He loves to travel and has incorporated his experiences into his writing. B.K. enjoys works of fiction and nonfiction, with a heavy emphasis on history, adventure, and classics. His passion for history is on display in his trilogy, The Last Roman.
Author Steve J. Morris
Engineer, husband, and father of three wonderful girls by day. Fantasy fiction writer by night (and other random times he’s not taxiing kids, pulling hair out of drains, helping with math and science homework, coaching soccer, remodeling rooms, and walking the dogs).
Author Brent E. Jones
Brent Jones holds a BA in Economics from University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. After 20 years in business operations and corporate writing, he became a full-time writer. He was awarded the 2017 Mayborn Literary Conference Personal Essay prize and his work has appeared in World War II Magazine and US Navy Cruiser Sailors’ Association magazine. Days of Steel Rain is his first book and the culmination of a decade of research.
Author Bill Flanigin
Bill Flanigin is a former public school English teacher that left the profession after reading one too many essays on family trips to Disney. His work has been featured in several online magazines and news outlets, including The Huffington Post, Culture Sonar, WeAreTeachers, and Scary Mommy. His first published work of fiction, Hollywood, Texas” (2018) received critical accolades and his newest novel, “Jack Parker Saves the World” was released in 29021. He lives in Lago Vista with his wife Allison and his two rescued boxers.