Carl Philip Paolino is a thirty year veteran of the entertainment industry. As a producer, director, screenwriter and production designer, his credits include feature films, television series, music videos, Broadway shows and television commercials. His most recent animated film project, "The Halloween Pranksta," was co-produced by and starred Mark Hamill. As an author, his first Young Adult novel was, "Penny Dreadful and the Poisonberry Fortune." The second book in this series, "Penny Dreadful and the Steampunk Ziggurat," is due out later this year. His Young Adult literary works also include, "The Secret of the Cybersapiens."
Emily Villany loves words more than almost anything else, and is VERY proud to add The Secret Of The Cybersapiens to her editorial repertoire!
Zach Brunner is a New York-based illustrator. After graduating from School of Visual Arts with a degree in Film, he moved on to illustration, working on comics, children’s books, animated films, and commercial storyboards. Most Notably, Zach has illustrated a graphic novel written by award-winning writer Jim Krueger, titled “The High Cost of Happily Ever After,” now available on Amazon. He has been working at Mercedes- Benz’s in-house Ad Agency, Torque Creative, storyboarding print campaigns and television spots. He illustrated the cover and interior Illustrations for, “Penny Dreadful and the Poisonberry Fortune.”
Title Graphics and book layout designer:
Stacia Murphy has always been an active and inspired artist whether it is with a computer, paint or thread. During her college education at Fordham University at Lincoln Center studying visual art, she discovered the beauty of typography and has been hooked on graphic design ever since.