Annie Brulé, Co-Founder & Design Director
Annie's superpower is translating the spirit of a story into the book you hold in your hand. Her career as an illustrator, cartographer, and designer of books has taken her all over the American West, from Anchorage to Zion. In addition to her work with Chatwin, she works closely with indigenous educators and issue-focused non-profits to tell their stories visually.
Phil Bevis, Co-Founder & Publisher
Phil has over 30 years' experience in book retailing, editing, letterpress printing, and publishing. Authors he has published range from Lindsay Hill to Robinson Jeffers, artists include Harry Reese and Barry Moser. He is the founder of the Seattle ABA-member Indie bookstore Arundel Books.
Jamaica Baldwin, Associate Editor for Poetry
Jamaica has an MFA in Poetry, and writes and teaches in Seattle. Widely published in journals, she is the author of the recent Chatwin broadside re-Branding, and is the co-editor of Maged Zaher's Opting Out.
Dean Kelly, Line Editor
Eleanor, beloved Vandercook SP20
Eleanor arrived one fine day after a long cross-country trip, and has stayed ever since. She prints beautiful broadsides, and assists in the occasional fine art print edition.
Linea Johnson, Marketing consultant
Linea Johnson is is co-author of Perfect Chaos (St. Martin’s Press, 2012). With a graduate degree from Brown University, she is known for her international speaking and work on the topic of mental health, and has interned at the World Health Organization in the Mental Health policy department in Geneva, Switzerland.
In addition to her writing and speaking engagements, she is an accomplished pianist, and was assistant producer on the global mental health documentary Hidden Pictures.
Cyra Jane Hobson, Associate Book Designer
Cyra Jane Hobson is a visual artist and layout designer. Drawing on a long history of working closely with other artists and an MA in Professional and Technical Writing, she brings her sharp eye for composition and flow into each book.
Jessica Levey, Head of Marketing
Jessica has a long history of working with writers as an editor and coach, and a BA in Integrated Strategic Communications. She brings an informed passion and unique perspective to the promotion of talented authors and artists, and is an earnest advocate for powerful, surprising stories and the people behind them.
Jessica is also an active participant in the Seattle art community, showing mixed media illustration and animation throughout the year. She has published collections of poetry, comics, and a young adult novel about interdimensional portals and the perils of teen romance.