Jason is a weird geek who loves space, sci-fi, technology, music, travel, booze, and good vegan fare. He's an author, podcaster, producer, veteran UFO journalist, and an explorer of all things strange. You might have seen him on NatGeo, Syfy, History, or H2. And it’s a safe bet that he likes his dogs more than he likes you.
Maureen Elsberry is an adventure seeker, outdoors junkie, UFO journalist, and space geek. She starred on the show Uncovering Aliens with appearances on Animal Planet, Science Channel, Destination America, and the American Hero's Network. Her Weaknesses: Wine, cheese, and Harrison Ford.
Ryan geeks out mostly to comic books, UFOs, and super hero movies. By day, he writes for stage and film, moonlighting as a contributor to the internationally distributed print magazines, 'Open Minds', 'Phenomena Magazine U.K', and 'UFO Truth Magazine'. His first book, "Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon", is due out in late 2015 by Richard Dolan Press. He's super stoked to be working for Rogue Planet, and can't wait to bring you news from around the world, one geek-gasm at a time!
Caleb is a writer and musician who has spent more than a decade composing original material and touring with various bands, and has a background in many kinds of multimedia production. He is passionate about music, technology, art, innovation, film, and chicken wings.
A writer/performer residing in New York City, Andrew is the co creator and writer of the comic book Gwendolyn published by Alterna Comics. He was also featured in the 2014 ABC New Talent Showcase in LA and hosts his own podcast entitled Half White Son of Black Man.
Kasey Donovan is a freelance writer who currently contributes to Rogue Planet. He is fascinated with the art of communication through its various forms, particularly writing and speaking. His work focuses on geek culture, new media, and music. Find him at kaseydonovan.com and @kaseymdonovan
Scott is a writer. He writers stuff about things, usually on the Internet. His passion for all things geek, sci-fi, space, and music drives him to create. He rarely walks, but is almost always pacing. He also writes for GrizzlyBomb and WordMerc Studios, and has previously written for WhatCulture and GeekExchange.
M. J. is a full time educator and nerd with a background in History and Cultural Studies. A lover of science fiction, geek culture, and all things weird, he enjoys studying the stranger aspects of modern popular culture.