Allison Stein

Artist | Author | Geek | TV Addict | Cat Servant … not necessarily in that order | @allisonstein on Twitter |

Allison Stein

Allison Stein

Allison Stein is an author, artist, TV addict, geek princess, and cat servant … not necessarily in that order.  Look for her short story “But Wait, There’s More!” in the “I Should Have Stayed in Oz” anthology from Yard Dog Press. Her award-winning short fiction also appears in “A Bubba In Time Saves None”, “Houston, We’ve Got Bubbas”, and “Flush Fiction” from Yard Dog Press. Allison provided cover art for “Music For Four Hands”, “Tick Hill”, and “Diva”, also from Yard Dog Press. She is one of the founding members the NobleFusion writers’ group in 1994.

Art by Allison Stein

Art by Allison Stein

Allison manages websites for the ConQuesT science fiction convention (, the Kansas City in 2016 World Con Bid Committee (, the National Federation of Press Women (, and NobleFusion ( She also manages social media marketing for ConQuesT and Yard Dog Press.

When she’s not painting, writing, tending her online shops, updating her social media status, or serving as cat furniture, she’s a technical writer, software tester, and technology marketing communications specialist.

For a complete list of Allison’s publications, illustrations, and endeavors both fannish and professional, visit


  • SFWA: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (since 1998)
  • ASFA: Association of Science Fiction & Fantasy Artists (since 2012)
  • HWA: Horror Writers Association (1998-2005)
  • NFPW: National Federation of Press Women (since 1989)



  • Cover Illustration by Allison Stein

    Cover Illustration by Allison Stein

    Music for Four Hands by Lou Antonelli and Edward Morris (Yard Dog Press, 2011)

  • Tick Hill by Billy Eakin (Yard Dog Press, 2006)
  • Diva by Mark W. Tiedemann (Yard Dog Press, 2005)
  • The Blood Within by Jax Laffer (Yard Dog Press, 2003)
  • 13 Horrors: A Devil’s Dozen Stories Celebrating 13 Years of the World Horror Convention edited by Brian Hopkins (KaCSFFS Press, 2003)
  • Through My Glasses Darkly: Five Science Fiction Stories by Frank M. Robinson edited by Robin Wayne Bailey (KCSFFS Press, 2002)

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