Raven J. Demers is a wordsmith living in a forest outside Seattle with xyr family. Xe is author of Perdition and Cress and the Medicine Show. Raven earned a degree in Anthropology from the University of Washington, and teaches literature to homeschooling teens. Xe believes the answer to xyr farming obsession might be ducks.
Robin Wood has been known by many names over the years. Robin enjoys crafting tales and experiences, from the far-fetched, to the close-to-heart. Robin currently lives in the Pacific Northwest when not traveling other lands.
Ellen Klowden is a freelance editor, transcriptionist, ghost writer, auditor, and event coordinator, best known as the founder and coordinator of Creation Station, a collective of panelists hosting a uniquely welcoming track of programming at literary and fandom conventions. She edits everything, from research for international journals on machine learning, to vocational textbooks, to fantasy novels, of which she particularly enjoys dreaming of beloved characters. Kaylee Kitty will love it if you help her mama work from home. Rates and formats negotiable; barter accepted.
Natasha Swan works as an illustrator based in Montana, USA. Natasha’s work can be found on the covers of The Grasp of Time and Desir Vert, and on their Patreon account. [Caution: their art is often adult-oriented and NSFW.]
Emily P. Fuller works as an illustrator in the United States. She employs both traditional and digital drawing methods in her fantasy creations, and spends her free time drawing original characters and fan art from her favorite shows, including Steven Universe and Voltron. Emily provided the coloring pages for The Grasp of Time.
Athena digitally illustrates characters and stories while studying in her university. She is currently a freshman whose major is the study of German. She first started drawing seriously in 2013, when she found out that she was especially fond of colored pencils. She also almost always has a craving for pesto.
Tru Scruggs Art works as an illustrator in the Greater Seattle area with over a decade of experience in portraiture, tattoo design, and line art. Inspired by their daughter, Tru focused their talents on drawing to develop their skills. Tru’s greatest drive as an illustrator is bringing life to the visions of their clients, and is open to illustrating any project. Their fluid style lends itself well to capturing the ephemeral essence of dreams and the vibrancy of subjects in their portraits. When not working for clients, Tru enjoys drawing portraits of their friends and family in many styles.
SpaceAcne is a character illustrator living in the north of England with two dogs, Ruby and Maggie, who act as cheerleaders. SpaceAcne trained for three years at the Northern School of Art in Middlesbrough but started drawing at a young age with maternal support and encouragement through the years.