Kathrin Klingner (b.1979, Germany) left her home country to study Fine Arts in Amsterdam, returned after 8 happy years and now lives with two cats and her roommate in Hamburg, where she draws semi-autobiographic stories, works as a waitress and is involved in the organization of the Hamburg Comicfestival.
Max Baitinger grew up in Bavaria. He went to carpentry school and then
moved to Leipzig to study illustration. After that he published a book called
Heimdall at Rotopolpress.
After nearly ten years of calling Brooklyn his home, James J. Turek (b. 1973) bought a van from his friend, packed his earthly possessions and dog in it and headed back to his hometown in Florida. In 2010 he came to Leipzig, Germany for a visit, but got caught in a bear trap and never left. His brother kept the dog, sold the van and James’ junk still collects dust in his garage.