John Gregory Betancourt is the Publisher of Wildside Press. For more information on him, see his entry at Wikipedia: click here
Carla Coupe is the director of pubishing operations at Wildside Press. She also is a published mystery writer.
Bonner Menking is the associate editor at wildside press. She is also a published mystery writer.
Steve Coupe is the company web developer and graphic designer. In his spare time Steve is an aspiring game designer.
Robert Reginald, Editor, has managed the Borgo Press Imprint of Wildside Press since 2006, now comprising over 800 published books. He's also penned more than a hundred titles of his own, including SF, fantasy, and mystery novels. He received the Pilgrim Award in 1993. He lives and works with his wife, Mary, and assorted critters, in Southern California
Paula Guran is the editor of Juno, a mass market paperback fantasy imprint of Simon & Schuster's Pocket Books, that is co-published with Wildpress, LLC. She is also the nonfiction editor for Weird Tales Magazine and serves as webmaster for its site. Earlier, Guran produced weekly email newsletter DarkEcho (winning two Bram Stoker Awards, an IHG Award, and a World Fantasy Award nomination), edited Horror Garage (earning another IHG and a second World Fantasy nomination). Guran has contributed reviews, interviews, and articles to numerous professional publications as well as editing fiction and/or nonfiction for several publications.
Ann VanderMeer is the Editor-in-Chief for Weird Tales, for which she has received a Hugo award. She has partnered with her husband, Jeff VanderMeer, on various popular books such as Steampunk, The New Weird and The Kosher Guide to Imaginary Animals. Her latest anthology project with Jeff is The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities, scheduled for June 2011 from Harper Voyager.
Tessa Kum has an honors degree in creative writing and she is a graduate of the Clarion South writers workshop. She lives in Melbourne, Australia, and has travelled to Japan, Malaysia, the US, Patagonia, China, and Tibet. Her work has appeared in Halo: Evolutions, Baggage, Daikaiju, ASIM, and other places. She keeps a blog and enjoys times with her ewok-like Scottish terrier Sam. She likes penguins, jellyfish, marine mammals and other sea creatures. She dislikes writers' bios, coffee and insomnia.
Dominik Parisien prefers reading over sleeping and is a chronic insomniac as a result. He is currently co-editing (with Sean Moreland) a small horror anthology featuring Ottawa-based writers, Postscripts to Darkness. He is a graduate student at the University of Ottawa. He has fiction forthcoming in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. When not reading, Dominik writes, edits, and does all sorts of strange and not so strange things.
Alan Swirsky recently graduated Florida State University's undergraduate writing program, where he managed to defeat the last boss with lives to spare. During his time there, he studied as much poetry as his mind could process and powered up his critiquing and editing abilities. He assisted Ann and Jeff VanderMeer with Best American Fantasy Vol. 4, and has fiction in Last Drink Bird Head. Alan will be attending graduate school in the Fall of 2011, where his goal will be to nail the sun to the ground and take a picture with it.