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“Getting me here to help you with the Chair since you are obviously not capable of doing it yourself,” Radek said. “Also I thought you were handling the jumper. What are you doing here?”

“You didn’t answer your radio and the Chair was still offline so I thought you were dead or something,” Rodney said. “It took you long enough to get here. Did you get lost?”

“I did not get lost,” Radek snapped. “I was pursued by the Wraith. Fortunately I ran into some Athosians who escorted me here. And where have you been?”

Rodney knelt down beside the naquadah generator. “I was in the rest room.”

“Well, that is obviously so important,” Radek retorted, doing his best to needle Rodney and thereby keep his attention. “While I was being pursued by Wraith, you have been loafing around.” He caught T.J.’s eye over Rodney’s head, a gesture he hoped conveyed everything he could not say in front of Rodney. “Thank you for the assistance. It is greatly appreciated.”

“Sure thing, doc,” Jinto said, edging Lt. Draper back into the hallway, since she was the one most likely to attract Rodney’s attention in her science jacket.

T.J. followed, meeting his eyes and nodding as formally as Teyla. Everything Radek wanted to ask him must remain unsaid, every question that begged for attention. He would never know — no, yes he would. It would take many years for all of his questions to be answered, but he knew now that they would be. He would survive this siege. And he would have decades to learn Atlantis’ secrets.

“I’ll see you around,” he said with a smile, and put his trust in the future.

OUR AUTHORS

Sabine C. Bauer

Sabine C. Bauer started writing Stargate SG-1 fan fiction in 1999. Her first professional novel, STARGATE SG-1:
Trial By Fire
, was published by Fandemonium in 2004. Since then she has written a second SG-1 novel, STARGATE SG-1:
Survival of the Fittest
, took a field trip into the Atlantis universe with STARGATE ATLANTIS:
Mirror Mirror
, and most recently published the SG-1/Atlantis crossover STARGATE SG-1:
Transitions
. She also edited several novels for Fandemonium and other publishers and wrote a number of short stories, including of course ‘When On Earth’. She lives on the Canadian west coast and works as a writer, translator and editor.

Diana Dru Botsford

Diana Dru Botsford writes for television, novels, web series, the stage, and graphic novels. Author of the Stargate novels STARGATE SG-1:
The Drift
and STARGATE SG-1:
Four Dragons
, she also created and executive produced the award-winning science fiction web series, “Epilogue.” Her television credits include “Rascals” for
Star Trek: The Next Generation
. Botsford has crossed the globe from Japan to Africa to Antarctica — always in pursuit of great stories. Find out more at
dianabotsford.com

Geonn Cannon

Geonn Cannon is the author of over twenty novels, including STARGATE SG-1:
Two Roads
, as well as numerous short stories which can be found for free at his website (
geonncannon.com
). The first time he traveled out of his home state was to attend the 2004 Stargate convention in Vancouver. He lives in Oklahoma.

Keith R.A. DeCandido

Keith R.A. DeCandido is the author of a metric buttload of fiction. A large percentage of it is in various licensed universes, though he’s got plenty in worlds of his own making as well. His recent work includes the
Star Trek
coffee-table book
The Klingon Art of War
; the
Sleepy Hollow
novel
Children of the Revolution
, based on the TV series; the
Farscape
comics trade paperback
The War for the Uncharted Territories
; the
Firefly: Echoes of War
role-playing game module “Merciless”; the novel
Mermaid Precinct
, the latest in his high fantasy/police procedural series of novels and short stories; the short-story collections
Ragnarok and Roll: Tales of Cassie Zukav, Weirdness Magnet
and
Without a License: The Fantastic Worlds of Keith R.A. DeCandido
;
and
short fiction in the anthologies
V-Wars
Volumes 1 and 3,
Bad-Ass Faeries: It’s Elemental
,
Tales from the House Band
Volumes 1 and 2,
Out of Tune, Defending the Future: Best Laid Plans
, and an upcoming
X-Files
anthology. In addition to fiction writing, Keith is a freelance editor, a contributor to Tor.com, a second-degree black belt in karate, a prolific podcaster (most notably
The Chronic Rift
and his own monthly ’cast
Dead Kitchen Radio
), and probably some other things he’s forgotten due to the lack of sleep. Find out less at his web site at
DeCandido.net
, which links to his entire online footprint, thus simplifying the tasks of cyberstalkers everywhere.

Peter J. Evans

Peter J Evans was born in southern England and has been there ever since, although not entirely by choice. He wrote his first novel in 1999, and since then has completed nine more that the world knows about, including STARGATE SG-1:
Oceans of Dust
and STARGATE ATLANTIS:
Angelus
, plus an undisclosed number that must never be seen or mentioned again. During daylight hours Evans does something terribly complicated involving navigational radar, while at night he listens to Japanese pop songs and writes horror stories. He has heard of sleep, but only as an abstract concept.

Jo Graham

Jo Graham is one of the authors of the STARGATE ATLANTIS:
Legacy
series, as well as STARGATE ATLANTIS:
Death Game
and STARGATE SG-1:
Moebius Squared
. With Melissa Scott, she is the author of the historical fantasy series
The Order of the Air
, a team adventure set in the 1930s. She is also the author of seven other fantasy and science fiction novels. She lives in North Carolina with her partner and their daughter.

Amy Griswold

Amy Griswold is the author of STARGATE
SG-1
: Heart’s Desire
and the co-author of STARGATE ATLANTIS
Legacy
series novels
The Lost
,
Allegiance
,
Inheritors
, and
Unascended
. She has also written two gaslamp fantasy/mystery novels with Melissa Scott,
Death by Silver
and
A Death at the Dionysus Club
(Lethe Press). Find her online at
amygriswold.livejournal.com
or follow her on Twitter at @amygris.

Sally Malcolm

Sally Malcolm has written prolifically within the Stargate universe, penning novels, short stories, audio dramas, and video game scripts. Her Stargate novels include
STARGATE SG-1: A Matter of Honor
,
STARGATE SG-1: The Cost of Honor
,
STARGATE ATLANTIS: Rising
(novelization), and
STARGATE SG-1: Sunrise
(writing with Laura Harper, as J.F. Crane). Sally and Laura’s most recent title, STARGATE SG-1:
Hostile Ground
, was published in August 2014 and is the first in the STARGATE SG-1:
Apocalypse
trilogy. They are currently working on book two, due for publication in summer 2015. Follow her on twitter @Sally_Malcolm.

Melissa Scott

Melissa Scott was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, and studied history at Harvard College. She earned her PhD from Brandeis University in the comparative history program with a dissertation titled “The Victory of the Ancients:  Tactics, Technology, and the Use of Classical Precedent.” She also sold her first novel,
The Game Beyond
, and quickly became a part-time graduate student and an — almost — full-time writer.

Over the next twenty-nine years, she published more than thirty novels and a handful of short stories, most with queer themes and characters. She won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 1986, and won Lambda Literary Awards for
Trouble and Her Friends
,
Shadow Man
,
Point of Dreams
(written with her late partner and collaborator, Lisa A. Barnett), and for
Death By Silver
, written with Amy Griswold. She has also been shortlisted for the Tiptree Award. She won a Spectrum Award for
Shadow Man
and again in 2010 for the short story “The Rocky Side of the Sky”. Her short story, “Finders,” has been selected for Year’s Best SF 2013. Her latest novels are
Silver Bullet
, written with Jo Graham, the third volume of
The Order of the Air
, and
Fairs’ Point
, the third full-length Points novel. Scott can be found on LiveJournal at
mescott.livejournal.com
and on Twitter as @blueterraplane.

Her Stargate books are STARGATE SG-1:
Moebius Squared
(with Jo Graham) and STARGATE SG-1:
Ouroboros
and she is co-author with Jo Graham and Amy Griswold of the STARGATE ATLANTIS Legacy series.

Suzanne Wood

In the leafy greenness of the world’s most livable city, Melbourne, Australia, Suzanne lives and works surrounded by books. Author of STARGATE SG-1:
The Barque of Heaven
and the first official short story crossover between STARGATE SG-1 and STARGATE ATLANTIS for the
Official Stargate Magazine
, she is currently undertaking a Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing while working on two new original novels. She has long-standing interests in Egyptology, ballet and watching Aussie pro cyclists, a new-found passion for family and Australian history, and occasionally rescues stray dogs. Her website is
www.suzannewood.net
.

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