Gilad Seliktar is the illustrator of Ferme 54 (Farm 54), a graphic novel written by Galit Seliktar, which was nominated for the 2009 Angoulême book award in France. His first book, Who Are You Anyway, was showcased in the "Fumetto 2006" Comics Festival in Switzerland. Seliktar has published comics and illustrations in most of Israel's daily newspapers. He currently participates in comics anthologies in Israel and in Europe, and illustrates children’s books and magazines. His graphic novel, Mongol's Demons, has been published in Israel by The Third Ear (2008), and in France by Artrablie (2009). Gilad teaches in Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.
Galit Seliktar has published poems, short stories, and comics in prominent literary and cultural magazines in Israel, France, the United States and England. She is the author of Ferme 54 (Farm 54), a graphic novel illustrated by Gilad Seliktar, which was nominated for the 2009 Angoulême book award in France. Seliktar is the recipient of poetry grants in Israel and Germany. Forthcoming is In a One Thousand Days, Seliktar's poem collection which will be published in Israel by Helicon Poetry Society. She leads creative and memoir writing workshops, and resides in Princeton, New Jersey.