Madeleine Holly-Rosing (Writer/Creator)
A TV, feature film and comic book writer, Madeleine is the winner of the Sloan Fellowship for screenwriting, and the Gold Aurora and Bronze Telly for a PSA produced by Women In Film. She also won numerous awards while completing the UCLA MFA Program in Screenwriting. Having run a number of successful crowdfunding campaigns for her comic, Boston Metaphysical Society, Madeleine now teaches a crowdfunding class for independent creators at Pulp Fiction Books in Culver City as well as guest lecturing at Scriptwriters Network and Dreamworks. She has also published the book, Kickstarter for the Independent Creator.
Boston Metaphysical Society webcomic is the recipient of an HONORABLE MENTION at the 2013 GEEKIE AWARDS and was nominated for BEST COMIC/GRAPHIC NOVEL at the 2014 GEEKIE AWARDS. The comic has also been nominated for a 2012 Airship Award as well as a 2013, 2014 and a 2015 Steampunk Chronicle Reader’s Choice Award. Her novella, Steampunk Rat, was also nominated for a 2013 Steampunk Chronicle Reader’s Choice Award.
She also has an anthology of short stories and novellas called Boston Metaphysical Society: Prelude (in print as well as eBook) based on the Boston Metaphysical Society universe available at all major online retailers. The Boston Metaphysical Society short story, Here Abide Monsters, will be part of the Some Time Later anthology to be published in May 2017 from Thinking Ink publishers. She is currently writing the first novel based on the series and was hired by SFC Comics/Evoluzione Publishing to write a four issue mini-series based on the SFC character, Kasai.
Formerly a nationally ranked epee fencer, she has competed nationally and internationally. She is an avid reader of comics, steampunk, science fiction, fantasy and historical military fiction.
Madeleine lives with her rocket scientist husband, David and two rescue dogs: Ripley and Bishop.
Emily Hu (Artist)
Her main influences are Eduardo Risso, Becky Cloonan, and Ito Junji. She enjoys watching medical documentaries and ran through six in a row on one particularly grueling deadline night.
Other hobbies include reading, sleeping, and eating. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gloria Caeli and Fahriza Kamaputra (Colorists)
Fahriza Kamaputra was born in 1983 and raised in southern Jakarta. Fahriza grew up immersed in comic books and video games which kept his interest even after finishing school and studying Information Technology at college.
It was this interest and the inspiration of other great artists in Indonesia that he decided to follow his dreams to do concept art, comics and film work by training himself with the help of friends to become an artist.
In 2010 he worked as colorist on a “Vienetta and and the Stupid Aliens” which led to his work on the web comic “Rokki” with the studio STELLAR LABS.
Gloria very quickly came to the attention of Stellar Labs whom she joined in May 2011.
Her most recent recent projects are Boston Metaphysical Society and Voodoo, She like anyone else enjoys music, photography, travelling, and reads a lot of genre related books.
Troy Peteri (Letterer)
With each passing year he has loved working in comics more and more, and has enjoyed the taste of Top Ramen and value meals less and less.
But on the plus side, he’s had his name in many, many comics and trade paperbacks. Which still geeks him out.
The more well-known comics include Amazing Spider-Man, Iron Man, and roughly 98% of all the comics from Top Cow Productions for the last 6+ years. He also co-wrote (and lettered) a mini-series for Radical Comics called Abattoir.
He hopes to write more comics in the near future, as soon as they find a way to put more than 24 hours in a day. He can be reached on Twitter @troypeteri.
Shawn Aldridge (Letterer – Chapter 4)
Shawn Aldridge is a Portland based writer and letterer. He’s best known for his awarding winning creator-owned sci-pulp series, VIC BOONE. He also writes and co-created GoGetters from MonkeyBrain with artist Christopher Peterson. His work has also appeared in FUBAR, the NYT bestselling anthology series.