Angela Craft was raised by geeks who imparted to her a strong love of science fiction through Star Trek and Quantum Leap, and set aside time for Farscape and X-Files marathons as family bonding activities. Not to mention the weekly trips to the library where in middle school she methodically went through the science fiction books from A-Z, as well as her long-running teenage career as an Animorphs fan fic author. Originally from Michigan, Angela now spends her time binge watching the latest Netflix original series, playing role playing games, and of course reading everything and anything science fiction-y she can get her hands on. Follow her on Twitter @angelacraft.
David Pomerico is just a steel-town boy on a Saturday night…no, that’s not quite right. He’s actually a fish-town boy from Long Island who grew up on science fiction, fantasy, and all the 80s and 90s pop culture he could get his hands on. As such, he’s fairly good at trivia, video games that only require two buttons, and loading up programs off of floppy disks. He desperately wanted to find out that his name was really Beldavid, is on Team Raistlin when it comes to the War of the Twins, wishes he could play laser tag in space, thinks he would have been a good stand-in for Xander, and actually likes the movies of LoTR more than the books (for other gasp-worthy moments, ask him about Doctor Who, Big Bang Theory, and most DC characters). As Executive Editor of Harper Voyager, he’s looking for all sorts of science fiction and fantasy, but really enjoys military SF, space opera, epic fantasy, contemporary (magic-based) fantasy, and contemporary (science-based) SF. He loves stories with good pace, novels that stand-alone even in the midst of a series, and edges more towards heroes vs. villains, rather than anti-hero and shades of gray. As with all the Voyager authors, David is excited about finding new voices that are telling under-represented stories, and is actively guiding the list to be as inclusive as possible. If you’re bored, you can follow him on Twitter: @PomericoD.
Kayleigh Webb grew up in small town Mississippi where she turned to the pages of books to escape her provincial life. As a teen, she spent time as a Harry Potter fanfic writer, ghost hunter, and LARPer. She finds she’s her happiest at Comic Con and will gladly talk your ear off about urban fantasy, Sailor Moon, and zombies. Kayleigh previously publicized SFF at Ace and DAW Books and is thrilled to be working as an Associate Publicist with the many talented authors of Harper Voyager. When not reading, you can find her playing god on The Sims 4, rewatching Firefly (she’s still bitter about the cancellation), and bringing her favorite Pokemon to life via cross-stitch (if she can stop playing her 3DS long enough to stitch). She lives in Brooklyn with her boyfriend and a tuxedo cat, an extensive collection of Hawkeye comics (the best heroes wear purple spandex!) and a record collection that has way too many Bruce Springsteen albums. You can read her ramblings on Twitter @by_kayleigh.
Pam Jaffee might be regarded as the Hubble Space Telescope of the Voyager group. Always in motion, observing changes in the atmosphere, collecting information, and broadcasting messages back to Earth (whose residents include members of the media, authors, readers, and her colleagues). A lifelong bookaholic, Pam would often get in trouble as a kid for sitting on the sofa, inhaling series of novels at a time, and avoiding chores. Fully grown now, she can no longer avoid chores, but still reads at least a book a day. Pam would agree with David Pomerico about LoTR movies vs. books (no offense to Tolkien’s fine words, but Viggo). She also would like to add an Ewok to her herd of animals and children at home, and still thinks “I love you/I know,” are the most romantic words uttered in cinematic history. Early fantasy favorites included David Eddings, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Douglas Adams, and Mercedes Lackey. Epic fantasy, humorous fantasy and urban fantasy still reside jealously (like dragons) at the heart of her obsessive reading habits. Pam is thrilled to have worked with some of HarperCollins’ most talented and prolific SFF authors – and possibly have interacted with most of them while she was circling in orbit. (A defining moment in her publicity career was when Sean Astin, a.k.a. Samwise Gamgee, kindly ushered Sir Terry Pratchett into the green room at NYCC, past a herd of burly, surly security guards, who surely thought they were orcs.) She should be on Twitter more, but regardless, feel free to follow her at @pamjaffee.