Alison “Cybera” Cybe is a Bram Stoker Award nominated author who specialises in fantasy and horror fiction.
They work as a freelance writer for companies including tabletop RPG publishers, including Chaosium, Green Ronin and Sanguine, along with works for Weasel Press and Thurston Howl Publications.
Their recent works includes the coming-of-age young adult novel "I was a gay teenage zombie" and a series of LGBTQ+ comedy novels. Their first published work, a collection of short psychological horror stories, enjoyed a brief stint on the bestseller charts and was soon joined by many others, and their previous work has been featured in several horror and sci-fi/fantasy publications including Dark Cities, Interzone and Phantasmagoria.
They were born in Scotland and live in England, and is a co-manager of a large gaming club, and has written extensively on inclusion and positive representation within the gaming community, and has contributed short fiction to multiple gaming publications.
They are the manager of the gaming website CybesWebsite.com in which they write articles, editorials and reviews.
Their interests include celtic mythology, transhumanism, garage kits and pet rats, and they have a degree in Film & Media. They are non-binary and their pronouns are they/them and favourite colour is green.