Katy Rex (writer) is the founder of End of the Universe Comics, a website for both comic creators and those who study comics as an academic topic. She has a degree in English Literature from Towson University with a focus on graphic literature. Her thesis was written on apocalyptic narratives in Channel Zero and Y: The Last Man. She has written articles for several review websites, including Bloody Disgusting and Comics Bulletin, and she writes academic papers about comics for pop culture conferences, most recently in Rhode Island (NEPCA, November 2014), where she presented about ocular mutilation and gender roles in Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Pretty Deadly, and Chicago (PCA/ACA, April 2014), where she presented about the physical and visual representation of female characters in superhero comics. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Tyler Jenkins (artist) does the art for the critically-acclaimed new series Neverboy(Dark Horse). He is the co-creator and artist on the fan favorite series Peter Panzerfaust, writer and artist on “The Chaining” (Dark Horse Presents anthology), artist on “The Last Best Day” (In the Dark anthology, Small Behemoth Press, IDW) and co-creator and artist on Snow Angel (Arcana). Tyler lives in the rolling farmland of rural Alberta, Canada. His personal interests include raising awesome kids, playing guitar poorly, reading and writing. His interest in Jane Bowles stems from her identity as a rebel, a figure who (either despite or because of society) was able to become a great writer, a great reflector of society.
Marguerite Sauvage (artist, cover) is a professional illustrator who has worked for brands including Louis Vuitton, LVMH, L’Oréal, Sony PlayStation, Apple, Marshall Fields, and Motorola. She has recently made a huge splash as a cover artist in the comic industry, providing covers for titles including Ms. Marvel, Thor, Ninjak, and The Wicked + The Divine. She is the primary artist for the digital DC Bombshells series written by Marguerite Bennett. Originally from France, Marguerite currently lives in Montreal, Quebec.
Taylor Esposito (letterer, designer) is a comic book lettering professional and owner of Ghost Glyph Studios. As a staff letterer at DC, he lettered titles such as Red Hood and The Outlaws, Constantine, Bodies, The New 52: Future’s End, and New Suicide Squad. Prior to this, Taylor was credited on numerous titles for Marvel as a production artist. He is currently working on a new batch of creator-owned titles, such as Gamer Girl and Vixen, Bayani, and Interceptor (Heavy Metal Comics). Other publishers he has worked with include Rosy Press, Zenescope, and Double Take. Taylor lives and works in Kearny, New Jersey.
Kelly Fitzpatrick (colorist) has worked on titles including Peter Panzerfaust, Neverboy, and Sensation Comics. She has been nominated for Best Colorist in the 2015 Ghastly Awards and recognized by Comicbook.com for the 10 Best Colorists of 2014. She is based in Portland, Oregon.
Kirsten Thompson (editor) is a writer and editor who regularly contributes to a variety of sites on issues relating to feminism, the LGBTQ community, linguistics, and pop culture. Her comic book editorial credits include The End Is Totally Nigh and The Bargain. She lives in Silverdale, Washington.
Adam Gorham (artist) has worked on a number of titles including Zero and Kill Shakespeare. He is adapting the short story Andrew. He lives in Mississauga, Ontario.
Anne Maxson (artist) is working on the short story Going to Massachusetts. Her popular pinup work is available through Indigoats. She lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Beatrice Penco Sechi (artist) is a professional illustrator and creator of the popular French graphic novel Lady Doll. Her art will adapt the short story Everything Is Nice. Beatrice lives in Cagliari, Italy.
Betsy Peterschmidt (artist) is working on Jane’s short story Camp Cataract. Betsy has achieved a broad fan base and critical acclaim with her online series Boys with Wings. She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Dom Sole (artist) is providing the art for the short story A Day In The Open. Establishing a promising career with a debut in Strange Wit, Dom is based out of New York City.
Inés Estrada (artist), also known as Inechi and Gatosaurio, is known for her work inOjitos Borrosos, Lapsos, and her editorial work on Vice in Mexico City. Her art will adapt the short story A Guatemalan Idyll. She lives and works in Mexico City.
Joshua Hixson (artist) is adapting the short story A Quarreling Pair. His background includes the series Rebel Gun, and in addition to Strange Wit, he is working on an unannounced Image series. He lives in Wantagh, New York.
June Vigants (artist) is providing the art for the short story A Stick Of Green Candy. Having previously worked on Chainmail Bikini and Tales of the Night Watchman, they currently live in Los Angeles, California.
Kate Lacour (artist) has done surreal medical illustration in her print series, Bodies, and is responsible for having diagrammed Jane’s accident and diagnosis of tuberculosis of the knee. Also known for her book, Milk Teeth, Kate lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Ryan Kelly (artist) is well known for his work on DMZ, Local, and Lucifer. His art will adapt the short story Plain Pleasures. He and his family live in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Sean Von Gorman (artist) is adapting the short story The Iron Table. His work on Toe Tag Riot and Pawn Shop have earned him critical and fan acclaim. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.