Meet our Dawnrunner Press authors! We're always on the lookout for great new talent to add to our publishing house.
A.K. (Amy) DuBoff has always loved science fiction in all its forms, including books, movies, shows, and games. If it involves outer space, even better! She is a Nebula Award finalist and USA Today bestselling indie author specializing in space-based science fiction and fantasy. Dubbed the modern “Queen of Space Opera” by her readers, she is most known for her acclaimed Cadicle Universe. Amy’s short fiction has been published by NewCon Press, Seventh Seal Press, and in numerous indie publications.
Author / Screenwriter
Native American and Californian, James Fox is a natural storyteller. After graduating from the Academy of Art in San Francisco, with a BFA in Directing, he became the Founder of Dawnrunner Inc. and has championed the company through numerous award-winning projects over fifteen years. As a writer, Fox devotes his energies to the careful crafting of compelling characters and diverse worlds. His debut novel Revolution is the first book in The Sol Saga, which has also been depicted in an award-winning TV pilot script.
Lucinda Pebre is a part-time author living in Sheffield, UK, where she shares her life with dogs and a long-suffering husband who is a part-time musician. Even though she's a city girl, she spends her spare time in the Peak District, running and walking. Yoga and reading anything science fiction, fantasy or paranormal keeps her sane enough that she only lets her insanity out in her writing.
Before creating the Bolaji Kingdoms series and the Starship Hope series, T.S. Valmond was an interpreter off-Broadway, a missionary in Central America, and an actress on stages all over Minnesota. The daughter to a professional musician and a poet, she married an undiscovered artist. Now she spends her summers in Canada and her winters wishing she was back on Fort Lauderdale Beach. Inspired by Browncoats, Trekkies, and the Jedi she’s determined to create unforgettable characters with irresistible stories her readers can’t put down, all while sipping tea in a local coffee shop.