Award-winning author Alan Moore is widely considered the best writer of graphic novels in the medium's history. His body of work includes the groundbreaking graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and Lost Girls, as well as the novels Voice of the Fire and Jerusalem and the poem The Mirror of Love. Among his many awards are the Hugo Award, the Locus Award, the Bram Stoker Award, the Eisner Award, and the International Horror Guild Award. He was born and still lives in Northampton, England.
Eddie Campbell is the award-winning cartoonist behind the autobiographical series Alec and the irreverent and wine-soaked series Bacchus, which together earned him the reputation as one of the great raconteurs in the medium of comics. His other collaborations with Alan Moore include The Birth Caul and Snakes & Ladders, two moving and personal poems adapted into comics. Eddie writes and draws from his home in Chicago, Illinois.