Katherine Addison is a pseudonym for Sarah Monette, and she is the author of numerous short fiction titles and two collections. Her short fiction has been selected by The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror and The Year's Best Science Fiction. Katherine lives near Madison, Wisconsin.
Caspar Addyman is a lecturer in psychology and director of the InfantLab at Goldsmiths, University of London. He has investigated how babies acquire language, concepts, and even their sense of time. Since 2012 he has been studying what makes babies laugh and why. He is the author of Help Yourself and The Laughing Baby.
Deborah Adele holds master's degrees in both Liberal Studies and Theology & Religious Studies. An ERYT500, she carries yoga certifications in Kundalini yoga, Hatha yoga, Yoga Therapy, and Meditation. She is also trained as a Gestalt practitioner and a Somatic Educator.
David Adger is Professor of Linguistics at Queen Mary University of London, current President of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain, and inventor of the monsters' language for the ITV series Beowulf.
Charlie Adhara is the author of the Big Bad Wolf series. She has a degree in neuroscience, but decided she'd rather write about the heart. She writes mystery, contemporary, and paranormal queer romances. Whatever the genre, her stories feature imperfect people stumbling around, tripping over trouble, and falling in love.
Anuj Adhiya learned growth hacking as a community moderator and then director of engagement and Analytics at GrowthHackers. He's mentored and coached a number of startups on the growth methodology at Harvard Innovation Labs & Seedstars. He's currently the VP of Growth at Jamber.
Shelley Adina is the author of more than twenty steampunk and contemporary romance novels, including the Magnificent Devices series. She won the Romance Writers of America RITA Award for Best Inspirational Novel in 2005, was a finalist in 2006, and in 2009 was a Christy Award finalist.
Roy Adkins, a historian and archaeologist, is the author of numerous critically acclaimed nonfiction books on social and naval history, as well as on archaeology and the ancient world. His books, mostly written with his wife, Lesley Adkins, have been translated into several languages worldwide. He lives in England.