Noah Richman: Reviews & Commentary
Noah Richman is President of the Phoenix Fantasy Film Society, the longest running group dedicated to sci-fi/fantasy movie fandom in the Phoenix area. An avid board gamer, he has also amassed a library of immersive sci-fi/fantasy themed strategy games. A life-long film buff, Noah enjoys film commentary and criticism and has been having a blast writing film reviews for the Slice of SciFi website.
Daren Gulsvig: Reviews & Commentary
Rhonda Moore: Reviews & Columns
Ro is a blerd with a law degree who stumbled into a career in healthcare regulatory compliance. She’s a pop culture junkie, social justice and political back-talker living and working in Southern California. In her free time, she reads and reviews books at shelfenvy.com, live tweets action, sci-fi/fantasy shows and often contemplate a career change so she can write that story that just won’t leave her alone.
Gini Koch: Reviews & Opinion
Gini Koch writes the fast, fresh and funny Alien/Katherine “Kitty” Katt series for DAW Books, the Necropolis Enforcement Files, and the Martian Alliance Chronicles. She also has a humor collection, Random Musings from the Funny Girl. As G.J. Koch she writes the Alexander Outland series and she’s made the most of multiple personality disorder by writing under a variety of other pen names as well, including Anita Ensal, Jemma Chase, A.E. Stanton, and J.C. Koch.
She has stories featured in a variety of excellent anthologies, available now and upcoming, writing as Gini Koch, Anita Ensal, and J.C. Koch. Reach her via: www.ginikoch.com
Jackie Zwirn: Reviews
Jackie writes for nerd blogs and publications all over the internet. An avid reader, she’s written reviews for What A Nerd Girl Says, a site dedicated to nerdy fiction. She’s also written for Krypton Radio and her own nerdy site, Seeking Bazinga. She writes stories for The Los Angeles Dumbledore’s Army’s publications of the Squibbler and The DA Prophet, copies of which have been sent to JK Rowling herself!
Liz Carlie: Reviews
Covering subjects from pro wrestling to independent music and right back to home sweet science fiction & fantasy, Liz has been leaving her mark on blogs across the internet for the better part of a decade. Currently, she writes for sites such as Krypton Radio, Second Geekhood (where she also serves as editor), and previously served as co-host for the Doctor Who themed cosplay radios how THE CORSAIR’S CLOSET. She can be found on Twitter and on Tumblr.
TL Smith: Columns
T.L. Smith was born in Louisiana, but calls Phoenix, Arizona home between bouts of wanderlust. Even a stint in the U.S. Air Force as a radar specialist brought her back to the desert. Her time in the service taught her to appreciate the military culture and ever-changing technologies. Experience gives life to the Science Fictions she loves so much and helps her write about the strong women, holding their own as humanity reaches out into the universe.
Mark Edlitz: Columns
Mark has written for The Huffington Post, Empire Magazine Online, Geeks Are Sexy and Superhero Cinema, and has written a book about actors who have played superheroes called HOW TO BE A SUPERHERO.
As a filmmaker, Mark produced and directed JEDI JUNKIES, an affectionate and funny film about extreme Star Wars fans. The film is available on Amazon, iTunes, Playstation and Hulu.
With Jerry Kolber, Mark Edlitz runs FanBoys Films, a company that acquires and provides distribution opportunities for high quality films that appeal to comic-con crowd.
Columnists and Reviewers Needed
Slice of SciFi has a few contributor openings available.
We could always find room for more comics enthusiasts who can help keep up with the latest comics news from both mainstream and indie publishers and provide fair reviews and commentary;
We could use a few more people interested in submitting reports from the scifi, horror and comics conventions they attend, and the news they may learn there (audio, video and photos welcome);
And we can always use more movie, television and DVD reviewers.
Think you’re dedicated enough to help out? Contact us with links and ask!