Editor :: Josh Kramer is a cartoonist and journalist. In May of 2011 he earned his MFA in Cartooning at The Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, VT. He studied Good Old Journalism at American University in Washington, DC, where he currently lives. He has another nonfiction comics project called Sequential News.
Copy-Editor :: Jeff Lambert is a librarian working with programs to provide digital literacy training and computer access to low-income communities. Before leaving journalism to complete his MLS, he worked in the editorial departments of a handful of D.C.-area magazines. He lives in Philadelphia, PA.
Copy-Editor :: Mia Steinle investigates government waste and corruption for a non-profit watchdog in Washington, D.C. She runs an online feminist magazine and previously worked as an investigative journalist. She holds a B.A. in journalism from American University.
Darryl Holliday has written for the Chicago Sun-Times and currently works with the McCormick Foundation’s journalism program. He's also writer/reporter of The Illustrated Press: Chicago, an upcoming collection of comics journalism short stories with illustrator Erik Nelson Rodriguez. He lives in Chicago. (“Wedlock: Love and Marriage in the Cook County Jail” Spring 2012, "Night Watch" Fall 2012)
Erik Nelson Rodriguez Is a graphic designer living in Chicago. A master of trades, he uses his illustrative skills to exhibit his worth. He has won several illustration awards for collegiate newspapers and has contributed to multifarious publications. He is currently the art director for the Illustrated Press project with journalism graduate Darryl Holliday, you can view his work at erographics.com (“Wedlock: Love and Marriage in the Cook County Jail” Spring 2012, "Night Watch" Fall 2012)
Katherine Roy is an author, illustrator, and cartoonist. She recently graduated from The Center for Cartoon Studies after earning a BFA in Illustration and English from the Rhode Island School of Design. Katherine is busy at work on several books for children and currently lives in New York City. ("Honk and Wave: What it's like campaigning for governor in Vermont" Fall 2011)
Jess Ruliffson hails from the Mississippi Gulf Coast and now lives and works in New York City as a freelance illustrator and nonfiction graphic novelist. She is currently working on a comic book based on interviews with veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. You can see more of her work at callingthedog.blogspot.com ("Bethesda" Fall 2012)
James Sturm is one of the founders of The Center for Cartoon Studies. His comics and graphic novels have been translated into several languages and have won numerous awards including “Best Graphic Novel of 2001″ by Time Magazine. ("Honk and Wave: What it's like campaigning for governor in Vermont" Fall 2011)
Colin Tedford makes nonfiction, humor, and other comics. He co-founded and co-organizes the community-minded Trees & Hills Comic Group of Vermont, New Hampshire, and western Massachusetts and co-edits its anthologies. He lives in Winchester, NH. ("The Story of Jake Tuesday" Fall 2012)
Bill Volk has a BA in Cinema & Media Studies from the University of Chicago and an MFA in Cartooning from The Center for Cartoon Studies. He lives in Pittsburgh, PA. ("'Arn: A Brief History of Iron City Beer" Fall 2011)
Andy Warner came from the sea. He earned his MFA in Cartooning at the Center for Cartoon Studies and lives in San Francisco, California. His work can be seen at andysaurus.com. ("The Man Who Built Beirut" Spring 2012)