Chris Arrant is a writer and designer who co-founded Project: Rooftop with Trippe in 2006 and serves as an editor on the site. He writes extensively about comics for Marvel Entertainment, MTV, Newsarama.com, ComicBookResources.com and iFanboy.com. He also serves as News Editor for CartoonBrew.com. He has also entered the comics writing fray with stories in the anthologies Tori Amos’ Comic Book Tattoo, 24Seven Vol. 2, Negative Burn and No Formula: Stories From The Chemistry Set. Link
Jessi Reid is a lady who happens to read and create comics. She is also totally awesome. Link
Jon Morris is a writer and cartoonist currently living outside Seattle, Washington. He’s contributed to Disney’s Haunted Mansion from Slave Labor Graphics with writer Jon ‘Bean’ Hastings, illustrated the Villainy! card game for Humanhead Studios, and is best known for his Ignatz-nominated webcomic Jeremy: Just Turned Nine. Link
Rachel Edidin fled academia to make comic books. These days, she’s an editor, writer, and pirate queen of the moon. Link
Tim Callahan is an educator, husband, father of two, writer of Grant Morrison: The Early Years, and editor of the recently-released Teenagers from the Future. He writes for Back Issue magazine and Comic Book Resources, and he’s much busier than he used to be. Link
Vito Delsante, Vito Delsante is a writer who has written for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, AdHouse Books, and Simon & Schuster, among others and his stories have been reprinted in other countries. He and artist Rachel Freire will be self-publishing their original graphic novel, FCHS, in 2010, and he has other exciting projects forthcoming. He lives in New York City with his wife, Michelle, and two dogs, and wears glasses. Find him if you can and say, “Hello.” Link
Glen Weldon is a writer who reviews books and comics for NPR.org. He is a contributor to NPR’s Monkey See blog, and is a regular panelist on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast. He’s received a bunch of writing-fellowship-thingies in his time, and his short fiction has appeared in a lot of literary magazines and anthologies read chiefly by people who want to get their short fiction in literary magazines and anthologies. So, you know: Score. Also he likes Aquaman more than is generally considered healthy.