Give me a single woman over the age of 27, and I will show you a culture that is all too happy to pick away at what’s wrong with her.
A co-worker and a good friend, Jane Irwin has been a big source of inspiration and motivation to me. Someone who knows her stuff, and with a personality that gears towards the free exchange of information and her experiences, Jane is a prime example of dedication and introspection in both her life and her graphic novels.
Did you know that one of our own has published a book? Not only that, she’s published a sequel to that book! Lucy Woodhull, a.k.a Miss Worded, is the author of Ragnar and Juliet and she’s here today to talk to us about writing, feminism and sexy aliens.
In 2009, I met Wendy McClure at a panel for Chicago authors. I loved her snarky but funny battle with Weight Watchers in I’m Not the New Me, and was intrigued when she mentioned writing a book about the world of Laura Ingalls Wilder. I never wore calico or lived underground, but the Little House […]