Lauren Burke makes her money as an Acquisitions Editor in Children's Publishing. She is the writer of P.I. Jane and I’m Not OmniGirl, and has been published in several anthologies. Lauren enjoys traveling, theatre, and exotic donuts. It’d be great if you could send her some. Look up her work at Monkeys Plus Typewriters Press, it might make you smile.
Megan Byrd is a Chicago based professional photographer by day and a comic book blogger by nights and weekends at comicbookcandy.com. As a former comic shop employee, Megan writes about the industry with an insider perspective but having been a fan far longer than a purveyor of floppies, she is not nearly as bitter as those brave souls still standing behind the counter. Megan also moderates the monthly Ladies’ Night at Graham Crackers Comics in downtown Chicago.
Hannah K. Chapman
With five brothers and a bevvy of boy friends, Hannah loves nothing more than a chance to talk comic books with the girls. Despite being approximaetly 4000 miles away she still manages to bug the Ladies Night gang on a regular basis, complain about the lack of pickle varieties in the UK, and even convinced them to let her write a comic in the anthology. A comic about pickles (and boys). She can be found on Twitter or in the pickle aisle of your local supermarket.
Wendi Freeman spends her days as a mercenary drummer for hire. When she's not keeping time she can be found watching Italian genre films, eating pie or harassing comic creators on her podcast. You can check out her various audio projects at doublepgspread.tumblr.com.
By day, Caitlin Rosberg works hard to never throw computers out windows when they don't do what they need to. By night, she's a writing, tea drinking, baking machine with all the requisite robotic enhancements. She reviews comics for the A.V. Club and you can see her love of supporting cast comic book characters (especially named Jim) and too many pictures of her dog on Twitter.