Jennifer Wilson, Co-Editor in Chief and Co-Owner
Jennifer Wilson is the Editor in Chief of the NIGHTSCAPES series of anthologies including NIGHTSCAPES: VOLUME 1. She also periodically writes book reviews on her blog, Jen's Round Corner.

Robert S. Wilson, Co-Editor in Chief and Co-Owner
Robert S. Wilson is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated editor of ​ASHES AND ENTROPY, BLOOD TYPE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF VAMPIRE SF ON THE CUTTING EDGE, and co-editor of HORROR FOR GOOD: A CHARITABLE ANTHOLOGY and NIGHTSCAPES: VOLUME 1, and an author of horror, science fiction fantasy, and weird fiction. He lives in Middle Tennessee with his family, an equally adorable and obnoxious dog, and a few psychotic cats skilled in the martial arts.

Lynne Jamneck, Acquisitions Editor
Lynne Jamneck has been nominated for the Sir Julius Vogel and Lambda awards, and holds an MA in English Literature from Auckland University, New Zealand. Her fiction has appeared in Ashes and Entropy, Jabberwocky, H.P. Lovecraft’s Magazine of Horror, Something Wicked Magazine, Fantastique Unfettered and the collections So Fey: Queer Fairy Fiction, Tales from the Bell Club, Unconventional Fantasy: A Celebration of Forty Years of the World Fantasy Convention, Black Wings of Cthulhu V and Black Wings of Cthulhu VI. She is the editor of "Periphery" (2008), "Dreams from the Witch House: Female Voices of Lovecraftian Horror" (Dark Regions Press, 2015), and "Gothic Lovecraft" (with S.T. Joshi; Cycatrix Press, 2016).


Nightscape Press was established in 2012 by Jennifer and Robert S. Wilson along with Mark C. Scioneaux, following on the heels of Mark and Robert's Bram Stoker Award-nominated charity anthology, HORROR FOR GOOD which contributes to amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research and includes stories by authors such as Ramsey Campbell, Jack Ketchum, Joe Lansdale, Lisa Morton, Laird Barron, F. Paul Wilson, Nate Southard, Ray Garton, Monica O'Rourke, Wrath James White, Jeff Strand, Lee Thomas, Gary McMahon, Danica Green and more. Mark has since left the company to pursue other endeavors.

From 2012 through the end of 2015, Nightscape published 24 books including two Bram Stoker Award-winning novels (LIFE RAGE by L.L. Soares in 2012 and THE EVOLUTIONIST by Rena Mason in 2013) and one Bram Stoker Award Finalist (A REQUIEM FOR DEAD FLIES by Peter N. Dudar in 2012) as well as highly acclaimed titles by authors such as Stephen Graham Jones (THREE MILES PAST which includes the This Is Horror Award-winning novella INTERSTATE LOVE AFFAIR, and STERLING CITY both in 2013), Ed Kurtz (CONTROL in 2014), Rick Hautala (THE BIG TREE in 2014), and Lisa Mannetti (THE GENTLING BOX, a Bram Stoker Award-winning novel, and the two-novella collection DEATHWATCH which includes the Bram Stoker Award-nominated novella DISSOLUTION were both reprinted in 2013).

October, 2013 brought BLOOD TYPE: An Anthology of Vampire SF on the Cutting Edge edited by Robert S. Wilson which contributes all net proceeds to The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and includes stories by Peter Watts, Laird Barron, William F. Nolan, Tim Waggoner, Amelia Mangan, Stephen Graham Jones, Michael Collings, Mike Resnick, Jilly Paddock, Taylor Grant, H.E. Roulo, and many more.

And in December of 2014, Nightscape Press was especially proud to have the great privilege of publishing FANTASY FOR GOOD: A CHARITABLE ANTHOLOGY edited by Richard Salter and Jordan Ellinger which contributes all net proceeds to The Colorectal Cancer Alliance and includes stories by the likes of George R.R. Martin, Roger Zelazny, Carrie Vaughn, Kelley Armstrong, Alan Dean Foster, Piers Anthony, Michael Moorcock, Katharine Kerr, David Farland, Jane Lindskold, Nnedi Okorafor, Todd McCaffrey, Jay Lake, Kevin J Anderson & Rebecca Moesta, Neil Gaiman, and more.

In April of 2018 Nightscape Press relaunched with Tim Waggoner's brand new short fiction collection DARK AND DISTANT VOICES and in May the company finally came full circle to its charitable roots and announced its new charity limited edition chapbook line of books (debuting with a brand new Dunnstown-based novelette by Jon Padgett titled THE BROKER OF NIGHTMARES which contributes to The ACLU) and its upcoming new charity full length book line as well. Along with the usual advance and royalties paid to authors, both of these lines also contribute an advance and a significant portion of their net proceeds to charities chosen by each title's author.