Bryce Beal | Writer & Editor | He/Him
Bryce Beal is a writer hailing from Baltimore, MD. who enjoys nothing more than sitting at his desk and typing the day away. His story City Seas appeared in Gambling in the Isles Monthly Flash Fiction. He is also the co-creator of the breakout hit, The Great Witch Artemis.
Scott Malin | Principle Artist | He/Him
Scott Malin – artist of the award winning ALEX PRIEST series, and cocreator of the break-out hit THE GREAT WITCH ARTEMIS – seems like he may be fresh on the scene, but he’s been drawing since he first gripped a pencil. Scott’s style is a unique and flavorful take on manga, that he’s spent years honing, putting in countless hours to get to where he is today.
Matt Aytch Taylor | Principle Artist | He/Him
Matt Aytch Taylor is a cartoonist and illustrator who resides in Buffalo, NY with his partner, their two cats, and a weird obsession with old boats.
Melissa Capriglione | Principle Artist / Colorist | She/Her
Melissa Capriglione (cap-rig-lee-own) is a queer comic artist living in Indiana. She graduated in 2017 with a BFA in Drawing and Illustration from Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis. She is best known for self-publishing a webcomic called “Falconhyrste” with co-author Clara W. since 2016. She specializes in stories featuring women who love women.
Shadia Amin | Principle Artist | She/Her
Shadia Amin is a Colombian comics artist and illustrator. Her works include The Amazing World of Gumball: The Storm, Alloy: Electrum, Local Haunts, The Automan’s Daughter, and many fanzines. When she’s not drawing she’s cooking or chasing her dog in the backyard.
Micah Weltsch | Colorist | He/Him
Micah is a cartoonist and illustrator from Virginia and the creator of the mythological superhero comic, the Sparrow. He’s currently in charge of bringing ALEX PRIEST to life in color – whenever he’s not obsessing over his ferrets and cats.
C. Eric “Hades” | Colorist | He/They
Eric is rumored to be a bog entity that learned how to hold a pen residing quietly in Florida. A queer comic creator & illustrator with a penchant for color, he’s always looking to merge his love of cinematic lighting within the sequential art medium.
Diane Rockell | Flatter | She/Her
Diane Rockell is a bisexual queer lady originally hailing from Ipswich, England, but now resides in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon. She likes to create stories that speak from the heart. When not holed up in her local coffee shop writing and inhaling chai lattes, Diane spends most of her time helping her friends table at conventions, devouring tasty bagels, and sipping whiskey on the patio.