Elaine Isaak writes historically-inspired adventure novels across several genres. Her latest novel is A Wreck of Dragons (Waterdragon Publishing), in which teens partner with giant robots to find a new home for humanity in space, but their goldilocks planet is already claimed by the dragons. Other recent publications include Drakemaster (Guardbridge) as by E. C. Ambrose, about a team of rivals searching medieval China for a clockwork doomsday device inspired by an actual clock, and Bone Guard action adventure novel The Fascist Frame, as by E. Chris Ambrose.  She authored the 5-volume Dark Apostle series about medieval surgery which began with Elisha Barber. The Bone Guard series comprises (so far) The Mongol's Coffin about a musical map to Genghis Khan's tomb, The Nazi Skull, The Maya Bust, and The Roman Candle (forthcoming).  Unpublished completed novels include mythic fantasy The Book of Ash, and The Water Thief, historical women's fiction about the making of the Antikythera mechanism. She's also written non-fiction for Clarkesworld and Writers' Digest. Elaine re-released The Singer's Legcay series: The Singer's Crown: The Author's Cut (orig. Eos, 2005), The Eunuch's Heir (Eos, 2006), and The Bastard Queen (Swimming Kangaroo, 2010). Her stories have appeared in  Warrior Women (Prime Books, 2016) and Fantasy for the Throne (Gray Rabbit, 2021), as well as the Tales of Bladesend novellas.  She has edited three volumes of New Hampshire Pulp Fiction from Plaidswede. Elaine is a graduate of, instructor at and critiquer for the Odyssey Speculative Fiction Writing Workshop. Her short stories have received notice in the Boskone Short Fiction Contest, Tenebris Press Flash Horror contest, and the Ray Bradbury Short Story Award. Elaine lives in New Hampshire where she creates wearable art clothing when she isn't climbing the walls at the rock gym.  Learn more about her writing at RocinanteBooks.com