Joseph Cadotte works as an editor, game designer, and general gadfly at an educational software company. He has worked with technological solutions to pedagogical problems since 1993. He has a BA in English from the University of Michigan (95) and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington (98). He lives in the oddest place on Earth, Knoxville, TN, with his implausibly hot wife, Cordelia, a gormless dog and two annoyed cats.
Elizabeth Kidder is a professional illustrator, currently living and freelancing in Knoxville, TN. She graduated with honors from the Savannah College of Art and Design, majoring in illustration and minoring in creative writing. In her spare time she dances, laughs too loudly at jokes, and teaches guinea pigs how to swim. This is her first graphic novel, with plans to illustrate the next two in the “Jannah Station” series. You can view her work at www.elizabethkidder.com.
Cordelia Norris is a graphic designer, illustrator, and log cabin rehabber. She launched her award-winning design company, Luna Creative, in 2009. With has over ten years of experience as a professional designer in Chicago, Portland, and Knoxville, and degrees in Graphic Design (Pellissippi State) and Art History and Studio Art (University of Washington), she has a strong background in visual communications, creative problem-solving and innovative design. Cordelia is active in the community, and has served on the board of the Knoxville chapter of AIGA, the Professional Association of Design, since 2008, first as Membership Chair, then VP, and currently as President.