Posts Tagged "Women in Comics"

Mon, 20 January 2014 pretty in ink

I love history and studying the past. My first college degree was an English and History combination, and I seriously considered doing a history MA afterwards, but my love of English triumphed and I pursued a MA in that subject instead.
So, I tend to continue to read a lot of history, which is pretty much [...]

Wed, 20 March 2013 Equal day and night

I took this photo of the centre of a flower, on a sunny day, just before the Equinox. The curls of petal at its dark heart remind me of feathers. I love taking macro photographs, where the normal can become extraordinary up close.
Thanks to all the many people who have given me information for my [...]

Fri, 15 March 2013 Irish Comic Book Month

We’re mid-way through March, and I figured I should mention that this month has been designated Irish Comic Book Month.
You can keep up with what’s going on at Irish Comic News, which is the best web site for news/information/sneak peeks of the work of Irish comic book artists & writers.
Last night, to celebrate Irish [...]

Thu, 02 August 2012 Women in Comics, Europe – page

Last week Laura Sneddon and I started a group on Facebook for European women working in the comic book industry, called Women in Comics, Europe.
It’s open to academics, artists, writers, journalists, comic book sellers, etc. It’s been very successful and is a great space for networking and sharing information. Currently we have 120+ members, with [...]

Sun, 22 July 2012 Women in Comics, Europe

The fabulous Laura Sneddon (freelance journalist and Ph.D. student studying comic books) decided to set up a group on Facebook called ‘Women in Comics, Europe‘. I’m co-administrator of the group.
It’s a group for women (i.e. anyone who identifies as a woman) who work in the comic book industry in Europe – be it as writer, artist, [...]

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