Kelly Bull

Kelly Bull is a comics creator and illustrator based in Melbourne (Naarm), Australia. She makes original webcomics for young adults and adults across various genres, usually with some elements of comedy or fantasy.

She has an ongoing webcomic titled Vainglorious and has had her work published in two separate comic anthologies (Alloy: Electrum 2019 and ELEMENTS: Earth 2020).

Aside from comics, she has a big love for dragons, music in all forms, and the shrimpkeeping hobby.

Kelly is represented by Jane Chun.

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Kimberly Wang

Kimberly Wang is an illustrator and cartoonist who graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2020 and is currently based in New York. Outside of working in the animation industry, they draw fantasy and speculative fiction comics with a surreal edge. They are the creator of the sci-fi corporate magical girls graphic novel Of Thunder and Lightning. When not drawing or daydreaming about comics, they enjoy roller skating and all sorts of crafty activities.

Kimberly is represented by Jane Chun.

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Sahar Shams

Sahar Shams is a published author and illustrator originally from Iran, now living in the Bay Area. She holds an MFA in Visual Development from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She has worked for children’s media companies like ABCMouse and has an animation background. After seven years as a product designer in large corporations, she decided to return to her passion—writing and illustrating for children—full-time.
 She is the founder of “The Little Soul,” a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching mindfulness to Iranian children. She has received multiple awards, including the “Tapestry of Voices / Equity & Inclusion” SCBWI Award in 2023, as well as picture book illustration awards in the Academy of Art University Spring Show in both 2017 and 2018. For more information, please visit: www.saharbooks.com

Sahar is represented by Timothy Travaglini.

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Sarah Pedry

Sarah Pedry is an artist and illustrator in love with the natural world. She spends her days working on intricate drawings and colorful paintings, and strives to always keep her hands dirty with charcoal dust. She is the co-creator and illustrator of HOW BIRDS SLEEP, her first picture book. Whether she is making pictures books, paintings, or teaching, Sarah is always looking for ways to strengthen the bond between people and the nature around them.

Sarah lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband David Obuchowski, their two children, and an abundance of black-capped chickadees in the yard.

Represented by Andrea Cascardi.

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Sarah Raymond

Sarah Raymond grew up in rural Ontario, where she wrote stories, drew pictures and took attendance of her stuffed animals—interests that combined into degrees in visual art, English, and education.

She also graduated from the Humber School for Writers, and her writing and comics have appeared in Canadian anthologies and collections.

Sarah wrote the YA novel Signs of Martha, and continues to write and illustrate educational materials. When she’s not scribbling, Sarah is often sewing or walking the dogger along the lake. She lives in Hamilton, Ontario and has two grown-up yet still incredibly cute kids.

Sarah is jointly represented by Elizabeth Bennett and Lisa Rambert-Valaskova



Mike Shiell

Mike Shiell is a kid’s book author/illustrator, director, animator, character designer and cartoonist.

Mike has illustrated a number of children’s books including the “GROSS SCIENCE” series written by Edward Kay and published by Kids Can Press. This series includes the titles; “Stinky Science”, “Germy Science” and “Poopy Science” and is now in multiple translations including: Chinese, Polish, Russian and Finnish. An animated TV series based on these books has also been produced. “What the Stink” features Mike’s characters, design and direction. 

Mike is happy to announce that the first book that he has both written and illustrated was recently released by Kids Can Press. “Linty: A Pocketful of Adventure” is a graphic novel for early readers and is available in bookstores and libraries around the world and online.

In addition, Mike has over 25 years’ experience working as a director, animation supervisor and animator. He has directed and supervised a number of children’s shows including the Emmy awarding winning series, “The Backyardigans” and “Mike the Knight”.

Represented by Amy Tompkins and Tim Travaglini.


Izzy Boyce-Blanchard

Izzy Boyce-Blanchard is a Brooklyn-based comic book artist and illustrator whose love of creatures great and small began during a childhood in New Jersey. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2021 with a BFA in Cartooning and currently works on Nickelodeon’s “Loud House” and “Casagrandes” graphic novels as well as other YA and adult projects.

Izzy’s passion is telling queer and trans stories that are compelling, memorable, and richly illustrated for readers around the world.

Izzy is represented by Elizabeth Bennett.

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Tara Hannon

Tara Hannon is a children’s book author illustrator and creator of the comic No Sleep Lots of Love. Her debut graphic novel series, BIRTLE will be published by Andrews McMeel beginning in summer 2024. Tara’s illustrations have been described as whimsical, playful, and quirky. She works happily from her home studio in Crownsville, MD. where her office assistants include one overly excited dog, two equally excitable little girls, and three cups of room temperature coffee.
Tara enjoys creating art for board books, picture books, chapter books, and graphic novels. She is drawn to stories with humor and heart and is particularly fond of illustrating unicorns, dragons, and ghosts. Tara is passionate about body positivity, female empowerment and cultivating a belonging culture vs. a fitting in culture. When not illustrating, Tara can be found refining her playdoh skills with her daughters, consuming podcasts and audio books, geeking out over Human Design, or jogging. It is her dream to find a way to do all of these things at once . . . one day. She can rarely be found sleeping and I am okay with that.

Represented by Elizabeth Bennett.

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Claudia Dávila

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Claudia Dávila is a Canadian author/illustrator with over 30 children’s books and graphic novels published in North America.

Many of her books feature characters often missing from children’s reading such as Latina eco-heroes, and differently-abled kids. She illustrated the TD Grade 1 Book Giveaway of 2023, Fast Friends, which was distributed to over half a million children across Canada. Her stories also reflect her love of nature and the importance of sustainability, as in her award-winning graphic novels Luz Sees The Light and Luz Makes A Splash.

Born in Santiago, Chile, Claudia spent her childhood in Montreal and Spain and now lives in Toronto.

Represented by Elizabeth Bennett.

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Ellen Lindner

Ellen Lindner (she/her) is a cartoonist, illustrator, educator and editor living in Upper Manhattan. She has created comics for the Museum of Modern Art, Medium.com, The Washington Post, World War III Illustrated, and many anthologies and collections, including The Strumpet, Nelson, Pandemix and American Cult. Ellen is the author of Undertow and The Black Feather Falls (Soaring Penguin), and was the artist for Turning Points: Little Rock Nine (Aladdin/Simon and Schuster). Ellen is currently working on Lost Diamonds, a MoCCA Award of Excellence-winning comic about gender and baseball. Her illustration clients have included Ray-Ban, SONY Playstation, Dotdash Meredith, Z2, Workman, Bloomsbury, Ernest and Julio Gallo Wines, and the City of New York. Her activist art is in the collection of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, part of the Smithsonian, and she has won two LMCC Creative Engagement grants for her work in comics education. In Ellen’s spare time, she loves biking and sewing, along with playing softball through the long, unbearably hot NYC summers.
Website: www.littlewhitebird.com Instagram: @ellenlindna

Ellen is represented by Andrea Cascardi.

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