Indira Jenkins is a member of the Magical Unicorn Society’s new department of Dark Heart unicorns. She is also the grand-niece of Selwyn E. Phipps, the society’s President.

Valentina Luz is the Head of the Magical Unicorn Society's Department of Baby Unicorns. For years, she has travelled the world to learn about these mysterious creatures.

The Daily Mash is Britain's most popular satirical humour website providing a daily stream of originally written funny stories on the major issues of the moment. Since its launch in 2008 by Neil Rafferty (a former political correspondent for The Sunday Times) and Paul Stokes (former business editor of the Scotsman), the satirical website’s spoof articles have gathered a regular audience of over one million followers online. Tom Whiteley is The Daily Mash’s current editor-in-chief. Check them out at www.thedailymash.co.uk.

Rachael King is a writer, reviewer, former literary festival director and ex-bass player from Aotearoa, New Zealand. She is the author of two novels for children: Red Rocks, which won the Esther Glen Medal in 2013, and The Grimmelings, which is due for publication in 2024. Her novels for adults, The Sound of Butterflies and Magpie Hall, were together published in nine different languages. Red Rocks is currently in development for television by Libertine Pictures (Mystic) and Sky TV.

Rachael was the programme director of the WORD Christchurch Festival for eight years until the end of 2021. In 2023 Rachael was named Best Reviewer at the Voyager New Zealand Media Awards. She lives in Otautahi, Christchurch.

Sr. Sánchez studied Fine Arts in Valencia and currently lives in Madrid. His style is fresh, with a powerful line, vibrant characters and upbeat doodles, and is an admirer of Quentin Blake and Javier Mariscal. Sr. Sánchez’s use of striking colour can be seen across his other works. When he’s not drawing, he’s enjoying the mountainous countryside, riding his bicycle almost everywhere.

Georgia Larson is a writer, editor and occasional artist living in Scotland. She has worked on lots of children’s books, websites and magazines.

Laurence Jourdan is a crochet designer and creator of the online store and Arkidée Instagram account (over 13,000 followers).

Anthony Rushmer has been a journalist for twenty-five years, covering a wide range of top-class sport for national newspapers and magazines. His first book was the critically acclaimed The Triumph of Henry Cecil, which was one of three finalists for the 2019 Dr Tony Ryan Award. Anthony established his own sports PR business in 2005 and his clients have included Newmarket Racecourses, the PGA and World Snooker. He lives near Newmarket, in the UK.

Chris Coady is a classically trained artist who can turn his hand to any subject matter, including painterly atmospheric scenes and B&W images for graphic novels.

Dr George McGavin is one of the UK’s foremost entomologists and leading authorities on the natural world, and a respected academic, author, television and radio presenter, explorer and speaker on all things bug related.