Dr Darran Jordan is a writer and archaeologist based in Sydney, Australia. For his doctorate, he undertook research into the implications of inherited representational forms and the variant layered meanings present within shared spaces at Angkor, Cambodia, in collaboration with the University of Sydney’s Greater Angkor Project. He currently works as a consultant archaeologist and regularly presents papers at both national and international conferences and symposiums. His publications include “Archaeology and the Supermen” in That Was Then, This Is Now: Contemporary Archaeology and Material Cultures in Australia (2016). Jordan also writes works of fiction, which have been published in various forms, including comic books, short stories, short films and audio plays.Rocco Bosco is a writer and historian based in Sydney, Australia. He was awarded an honours degree in Historical Studies from the University of New South Wales, Australia, and currently works as a teacher of History and English. He has worked on a number of historical and literary projects, such as “Voices from the Black”, financed by the Blacktown Arts Centre Development Grant. Bosco also writes fiction, including novel, comic book and audio play projects, many of which have involved historical research and the innovative communication of stories about the human past.