Molly Brady is a Seattle-based game designer and avid bread eater. She has made several minigames including Black Magic, a pixel game about a lonely sorceress seeking adventure and friendship. When she’s not locked away in her cave of development, you can find her filling her cup with comics, movies, and coffee.
Sarah Elgatian is a first generation writer with a lot of questions. She likes bright colors, dark coffee, and wicked clowns. Her work has been most recently featured in Crab Fat, Anti-Heroin Chic, and Gold Coast Almanac.
Gregory R.-Gassler is an American who grew up in Brussels. He “speaks” more languages than he has time to practice and has two unnecessary degrees he hasn’t quite found a use for yet. “Polypsyches” is Greek for “I write too many different genres and media to bother with your ‘branding’ bullshit.”
Brit is a human person. Sometimes she designs things. Sometimes she takes photos of people. Sometimes she makes music. Sometimes she plays music in nightclubs. Sometimes she draws pictures of things. In the future, she will write short stories. She will also fabricate miniature set pieces. She may even make short films. Surreality over reality. Form over function.
Art director & designer
Dan Louis Lane is a comic book artist and 3D animator currently finishing up illustrating on his and author Barrie Arliss’s full graphic novel What IF. It’s a series of true stories from two long years fighting through infertility treatments, drugs, insurance, wins and losses, the whole shebang! Look out for it early 2019, and stay strong!
Dan Louis Lane
Elaine Lin is a designer, illustrator, and comics artist. She is the creator of the cartoon character “Strawberry Dog” and draws autobiographical comics about her struggle with social anxiety. Usually she can be found at home, watching TV or silk-screening prints under the strict supervision of her cat.
Sanika Phawde is an illustrator, comix creator, and reportage artist working between Mumbai and New York City. She makes zines to cope with life. She is currently working on a graphic novel about romancing New York, and the inevitable complications that arise from this courtship.
Chan Plett is a poet and copywriter in Seattle, Washington. Their writing has been featured in Magpie Magazine, Dum Dum Zine, and many others. They are currently awaiting publication of their second poetry collection, which is a follow up to their first book, Honey Surviving Oil.
Vinnie Sarrocco’s work strives to be subversive while still maintaining its authenticity. He was born in rural North Carolina and now resides in Seattle, Washington. He is the author of the chapbook Under the Oak Tree.
Lewis Sibila is a writer, editor, and sometimes artist living in Seattle. Born in Ohio, they absconded in 2010 in pursuit of creepy green rainforests. They only look back every now and then. Lewis currently spends their time removing their cat from their laptop so Beholder can happen.
Kareem Tayyar’s novel, The Prince of Orange County (Pelekinesis Books), will be released this coming November, and his collection of poems, Immigrant Songs (WordTech Books), will be released in Winter, 2019. Previous books include Magic Carpet Poems (Tebot Bach Books) and Postmark Atlantis (Level 4 Press). He is a recipient of a 2019 Wurlitzer Fellowship for Poetry.