Jacqueline Saville mainly writes short stories, though some of them get drawn. Her imagination doesn’t conform to neat genre boundaries, but nevertheless her work has been published in magazines, websites, and a twitter fiction anthology (see the full list).

She blogs about the Ostragoth project at
and about writing in general at




Mark Pexton’s art has been featured internationally in comics, magazines (including Interzone), and as cover art. He occasionally writes as well as illustrating, notably Letters to Eric in the Zarjaz Judge Dredd 30th anniversary special, 30 Years of Hurt. A  portfolio is available here and Mark also has a deviantArt site.






Andrew Woods edits, organises, and deals with practicalities that aren’t the creative duo’s strong point. He did the lettering and layout for Boys Don’t Cry and The Moon of Endine.