Heather Havrilesky is the TV critic for Salon.com. She co-created Filler, a popular cartoon on Suck.com, with illustrator Terry Colon. Her writing has appeared in Spin, New York Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, Bookforum, and NPR's All Things Considered. She also maintains the Rabbit Blog, through which she dispenses free bad advice to total strangers.
Bruce Foster has created numerous children's pop-up books, including Charles Schulz's Peanuts: A Pop-Up Celebration and Marjorie Priceman's Little Red Riding Hood. Bruce has also engineered moving books and cards for The Museum of Modern Art and other clients. Bruce snips, clips, and glues his movable paper constructions in Houston, Texas.
Mick Coulas has parodied celebrities and politicians for publications like The Wall Street Journal and Maxim. His skewed perspective also helps sell mustard, pudding, pickles, and glue. His satirical images are created with digital photography, digitizing pens, chewing gum, bailing wire, and a big Mac. He lives in Toronto with his partner, Candace Lourdes.