Michael H. Hanson created the ongoing SHA'DAA shared-world anthology series [currently consisting of "SHA'DAA: TALES OF THE APOCALYPSE", "SHA'DAA: LAST CALL", "SHA'DAA: PAWNS,” and “SHA’DAA: FACETS” (which debuts at LC-27), all published by Moondream Press, an imprint of Copper Dog Publishing]. He has two collections of mainstream poetry in print ("AUTUMN BLUSH" and "JUBILANT WHISPERS" published by Racket River Press, an imprint of Copper Dog Publishing) and is presently compiling his third poetic anthology, "LUMINOUS LULLABIES", and an illustrated collection of poems for children, "THE GREAT SOAP REBELLION." In 2014, Michael will be overseeing the writing of one new shared-world, Sha'Daa anthology (SHA'DAA: INKED) and a new standalone sci-fi shared-world novel (NOT TO YIELD), both to be published by Moondream Press. His short story "The Traveling Luminous Museum" will be published in Perseid Press's "TERROR BY GASLIGHT” anthology this year. Michael has stories in Janet Morris's Heroes in Hell (HIH) anthology volumes, "LAWYERS IN HELL," "ROGUES IN HELL,” "DREAMERS IN HELL,” and the brand new “POETS IN HELL,” which kicks off publication at LC-27! Michael is also the Founder of the international writers club, THE FICTIONEERS, a non-profit organization created in 2007 to encourage the writing of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, and the creative interaction of fledgling writers with more experienced professionals. THE FICTIONEERS, whose current roster is made up of over 145 authors world-wide, is loosely modeled after those fun children's clubs of mid-20th Century radio fame (Captain Midnight, Little Orphan Annie, etc.). Current Fictioneers membership includes such notables as Janet Morris, Chris Morris, Eric S. Brown, C.J. Henderson, and John Betancourt.