Meet the AEN Authors (Seattle)
AEN Founder, Guy Morris
Founder of AEN to empower authors to sell more books at events, Guy debuted as an author in 2021. Compared to Dan Brown, Robert Ludlum and Iris Johansen by Kirkus, BookTrib, Reader's Favorite and readers. Guy writes deeply researched, award-winning thrillers inspired by true stories.
Science fiction, thriller, dystopian
Realistic people living real living in a plausible science fiction future. Andrew Sweet's characters are as deep and flawed as we are. Imperfect yet hopeful, Andrew's characters survive through a dystopian landscape and struggle through twists and turns that any of us might recognize in our own lives, and some we won't. Start your journey today following Harper Rawls through the Reality Gradient trilogy!
Fantasy, science fiction, YA
Karen Eisenbrey lives in Seattle, WA, where she leads a quiet, orderly life and invents stories to make up for it, including the Daughter of Magic trilogy and the St. Rage series.
Jessie Kwak has always lived in imaginary lands, from Arrakis and Ankh-Morpork to Earthsea, Tatooine, and now Portland, Oregon. She is the author of multiple science fiction adventure series, as well as productivity guides From Chaos to Creativity and From Big Idea to Book.
Writer with Eastern European roots. Second Place @ Bookfest Spring 2022, A charming and humorous memoir about an online romance of two misfits & Welcome to America, Welcome Home, a book on immigrants' experiences in America.
David D. Horowitz
Publisher, Poetry, Essays
David D. Horowitz founded and manages Rose Alley Press, which primarily publishes books featuring Northwest formal poetry. David's poetry has been published in numerous journals and anthologies, including The Raven Chronicles, Terrain.org, The Lyric, Candelabrum, The Asses of Parnassus, The Literary Nest, Coffee Poems, Poetic Impressions, and Here, There, and Everywhere. His essays regularly appear online in the quarterly journal Exterminating Angel. His latest poetry collections, from Rose Alley, are Cathedral and Highrise and Slow Clouds over Rush Hour.
Dale Lehman (Mid-Atlantic Chapter)
Mystery, science fiction, humor
Award-winning author, veteran software developer, amateur astronomer, bonsai artist. Dale’s writing has appeared in Sky & Telescope and on Medium.com.
Robert Wright Jr.
Fantasy, urban fantasy, paranormal romance, sci-fi for children, YA, and adult.
Robert is the author of multiple young adult fantasy and sci-fi stories populated with strong female heroes and intriguing creatures pulled from his imagination. He has recently branched out and added a spicy paranormal romance series to his library.
Marc Alderdice (Mid-Atlantic Chapter)
I've been in academia and have managed drug research in numerous areas, including for Alzheimer's disease. My wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer's 12 years ago, and I've written a memoir that includes our really horrific and really great experiences.
Brianna Caplan Sayres
I am an author of children's books including the bestselling WHERE DO DIGGERS SLEEP AT NIGHT? series publihsed by Random House. I am also the proud founder of Intergalactic Afikoman, an independent publisher of Jewish children's books
Fantasy, paranormal, thriller, horror
Julie McGalliard is a writer, occasional cartoonist, and trained ghost hunter. In her day job she works at Seattle Children’s Hospital Research Institute as a programmer and data scientist. She is a 2006 graduate of Clarion West and lives in Seattle.