Warwick Johnson Cadwell
Warwick Johnson Cadwell has been drawing stories as long as he can remember: through school, university and all the day jobs he has done.
He has illustrated books for Kane Miller Books, Walker Books, and magazines including New Republic, Fortean Times, and frequent appearances in The Guardian.
Having received enthusiastic encouragement from others through his blog, he began working in comics. Over the last couple of years, his work has appeared in Birdsong, New British Comics, Solipsistic Pop and West comic anthologies.
He produced the comic Derek Danger with his frequent collaborator Robert Ball, The 24 Hour comic Tom Hand, done at the 2014 Lakes Festival, and more recently he has been drawing Tank Girl.
Rob is an illustrator, designer and comic maker, living and working in London. He draws the ‘Beautiful Death’ series for HBO’s Game of Thrones, and is currently working on the covers for the Fighting Fantasy series of gamebooks.
Sarah is a writer and artist best known for her indie comics, The Heart of Time and NPC Tea. A Kickstarter veteran, she crowdfunded vol 1 of Heart of Time and issues 3-5 of NPC Tea through the platform, and also teaches comics workshops in schools and libraries in Wales.
She’s also worked in the games industry as a 2D artist and script writer (most notably on Master Reboot, 2013). She currently lives in Cardiff where she plays a lot of DnD and drinks more tea than is healthy.
Alan Martin is the writer of Tank Girl, the iconic British comic strip, which first appeared in Deadline in 1988. Co-created with the artist, Jamie Hewlett, it has become a trans-continental hit, and, after a 2007 revival, is still going strong today.
Karen Rubins is a London-based comics creator, with over fifteen years of small-press and pro comics under her belt. Her indie titles include Urban Beasts, Blood Magic and Alidade, and she has had short comics appear in many books and anthologies.
She is best known for her work on strips in The Phoenix comic – The Shivers and Think Tank, and for being Comics Artist in Residence for the Victoria and Albert Museum.
She has recently branched out into game design, creating and crowdfunding the comics storytelling card game, Comic Turns.