Kim Antieau has been writing stories since before she could write. (She drew her stories until she learned to read and write.) She’s been writing and getting published ever since. Simon & Schuster, Doubleday, Forge, and Houghton Mifflin published novels by Kim before she decided to hit the indie writer road about five years ago. She’s happiest either writing or out wandering the woods or the desert with her husband, Mario Milosevic. She also works as a librarian and a researcher. She’s currently studying to be a private investigator.
Mario Milosevic began writing stories when he was still in grade school. He started submitting to publishers when he was 14 and hasn’t stopped since. Mario says writing stories is his way of understanding the world. He is always looking for new stories to tell and is thrilled to be part of the ancient tradition of fabulists who find meaning and richness in the lives of people everywhere. Mario’s day job is at the local public library and escapes to the woods with his wife, Kim Antieau, whenever he can.