CyPhaCon Returns April 6th – 8th, 2018. We look forward to bringing you the next huge CyPhaCon event! We look forward to bringing you the best Author lineup yet!

KimberlyKIMBERLY RICHARDSON

Kimberly B. Richardson is the author of Tales From a Goth Librarian, The Decembrists, Tales From a Goth Librarian II,  Mabon/Pomegranate, Open A, and The Path of a Tea Traveler. She is the creator of the Agnes Viridian series, the Maven Chronicles, the Tea Traveler Chronicles,  and the Order of the Black Silk trilogy. She is also the editor of Realms of Imagination: An Urban Fantasy Anthology and the Steampunk anthology series Dreams of Steam, and has stories in multiple anthologies. Ms. Richardson was the 2015 David McCrosky Volunteer Photographer in Residence for Elmwood Cemetery in Memphis, Tennessee. She is also the founder of the literary journal violet windows. Ms. Richardson is the founder and owner of Viridian Tea Company and a certified thanatologist.

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24172480_10210123343670592_676048845_nMIKE MOREAU

An ardent science fiction fan his entire life Michael is the creator as book series such as The Futureman Adventures, Rocket Riders of the 27th Century and co-creator of The Robert Carson Files. He is also founder of the small publisher Outworld Press as well a a photographer, filmmaker and artist. He is a native of Lafayette, Louisiana and is also a member of several fan groups. Michael specializes in a type of fiction that is seldom written in this day and age, pulp. From rocketships to shiny-suited superheroes, radioactive monsters to evil space lords bent on galactic domination. He is a staunch supporter of self-publishing and small-house publishing and believes that writing should be just as much fun as reading is. He often compares his own works to the styles of Douglas Adams or Andre Norton (depending on which series he’s talking about) and is always thrilled to talk scifi with any fans of his own work or simply or science fiction in general. “I don’t write as a career, I know that during my lifetime I will likely never make any real money from my writing but I do it because I have stories to tell. All that I hope from my work is that people enjoy it. A quick fan letter is my reward for what I do.”