About Us

Kristina Kelly

Since childhood, writing stories on her mother’s typewriter or trying to catalog her own books like a library, Kristina has been in love with storytelling. Her undergraduate pursuits focused on Psychology, Music, and Computer Science. With trumpet as her main instrument and a connection to nature, Kristina often works music and visual landscapes into her writings.

Several of Kristina’s recent short stories received honorable mentions from the Writers of the Future contest, including 2023 2nd Quarter Semi-Finalist and 2023 3rd Quarter Silver Honorable Mention. Her poem "City Story" received third place in the Poetry Society of Indiana’s 2022 Hoosier Heritage Award.

Kristina currently resides in Indiana with her husband, sons, and black lab. In her spare time, she takes photography, makes various crafts, plays video games (RPGs are her favorite), dabbles in other instruments, and tends to her flower garden. She loves going on new adventures in the great wide somewhere (sometimes just by picking up a new book).

Jonathan Fuller

Ever since laying his first Lego brick, Jonathan has been fascinated by world-building. This passion grew during his younger years in the Midwest, leading him to study English in college. After graduating, he experienced the usual existential crisis of English majors who don’t want to be teachers and bounced through several professions including a stint in the military. An ardent fan of science fiction and fantasy, Jonathan can talk about anime, cars, and RPGs ad infinitum. He is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community and currently resides in Texas where he enjoys playing flag football and attending all the concerts and festivals he can. Jonathan’s other publishing credits include the short story "The Remembered" in the anthology Elixir, and the short story "Caroline" in the anthology Share Your Scare Vol 1. He is the emcee of J&K’s podcast, Creativational - a podcast dedicated to creative, inspirational, and wonderful things.

J & K

J & K like to hang out and wear sunglasses. While true, they now live in separate states and hang out virtually (and share many LOTR memes). They spin story ideas together through text, email, video chat and other forms of modern communication. Best friends, gamers, and overall geeks. Together, they write science fiction, fantasy (often combining the two), short stories, novels, and poetry. Their friendship (and love of SFF books, shows, games, & movies) led to Trials of the Innermost, the first book in their science fantasy series The Etherea Cycle. It blends what they love from science fiction and fantasy while representing the kaleidoscope of people and experiences of the real world. It is a testament to the power of friendship.

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