Alyssa Wong studies fiction in Raleigh, NC, and really, really likes crows. She was a finalist for the 2016 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and her story, “Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers,” won the 2015 Nebula Award for Best Short Story and the 2016 World Fantasy Award for Short Fiction. Her fiction has been shortlisted for the Pushcart Prize, the Bram Stoker Award, the Locus Award, the Shirley Jackson Award and–most recently–two Hugos. Her work has been published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Strange Horizons, Nightmare Magazine, Black Static, and Tor.com, among others. Alyssa can be found on Twitter as @crashwong. Find more info at crashwong.net.
Stacey Lantagne is a member of the Legal Committee of the Organization for Transformative Works (as well as being an active AO3 addict who has never met a coffee shop AU she didn’t love). She graduated from Boston College and Harvard Law School and practiced intellectual property law at private law firms for a number of years before transitioning to academia. Currently an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi School of Law, she teaches intellectual property classes and focuses her research on how creative fan activities interact with copyright and trademark laws. She is also, on the side, a published novelist. Stacey can be found on Twitter at @staceylantagne.