Selwyn E. Phipps is the President of the Magical Unicorn Society. After years travelling the world in search of rare and beautiful unicorns, now he is sharing what he's learnt about these magical creatures. He's based in London, the centre of unicorn lore and learning. Harry and Zanna Goldhawk are a husband and wife illustrating team working from their seaside cottage in Penzance, Cornwall. They take huge inspiration from colour and nature, and split their time between illustrating beautiful books, and designing gorgeous products for their business Papio Press. Oana Befort, is a Romanian-born graphic artist, freelance illustrator, wife and mother of two based in the Midwest, United States. Her mixed media illustrations are inspired by the natural world, her love of flora and fauna, folk motifs, nostalgia, sunlight and everyday life. Aitch is inspired by travels, naturalistic illustrations, Naive Art, childhood memories, legends and folklore. She creates colourful watercolour artworks on paper, characters cut out of wood, painted murals and intricate patterns and illustrations for clients all over the world. Rae Ritchie is an illustrator and pattern surface designer based in Minneapolis, United States. She is inspired by nature, vintage children's books, fables and fairy tales. Clients include Los Angeles Times, Dear Stella Design, Oopsy Daisy, Workman Publishing, Peter Pauper Press, Calypso and The Boston Globe to name just a few. Jonny Leighton is an editor and writer based in London. He has written middle grade fiction and chapter books for Macmillan US (Disaster Diaries) and Sourcebooks US (Dino Riders), as well as developing fiction series for the UK, US and European markets. He likes writing about brave heroes in imaginative worlds, and the many unicorn families. Anne Marie Ryan works as an editor and has written children's fiction under a variety of pen names, including Bella Swift and Rosie Banks. Although born in the United States, she now lives in London with her family and a black cat (sadly lacking any magical powers). When she's not writing and editing stories, Anne Marie acts in plays, bakes cakes and plays tennis.