Keep Bitch in Print: Because Print is Beautiful

Times are changing for illustrators. Traditional print markets are dwindling, but even as publications struggle, there is a growing appreciation for beautifully printed materials…stores are brimming with letterpress cards, silkscreened wares, and archival prints of artist works. Illustrators... Read more »

The Biotic Woman: Talking to Ruby Roth

You don't have to be a full time animal rights activist to spread the good word about healthy food, climate change, and women's and children's rights. Ruby Roth, author and illustrator of the recently released That's Why We Don't Eat Animals: A Book About... Read more »

The Original Potter

I'm sure you're all very familiar with Beatrix Potter and her famous rabbit creation, Peter. I grew up with the books myself, but never really appreciated the illustrations fully until I saw many of the original works at the Smithsonian in a travelling exhibit. The detail and warmth is... Read more »

Nicole Georges pays tribute to the Queer Animal Kingdom

Friend and contributor to the magazine, Nicole Georges, was featured in a mini-documentary recently on I thought I would share because I’m always inspired by how genuine and positive her work is. She touches a lot on her personal... Read more »

Rad Ladies Who Draw Comics: Lucy Knisley and Angie Wang!

What a day! Two for one? Today's installment of Rad Ladies Who Draw Comics will feature TWO women comic artists! I was drawn to both these women for their quirky illustrations--Knisley has a whole series of small prints which depict everything from the Bronte sisters to Mulder and Scully. Bay... Read more »

And in other comics-related news...graphic novel artist needed for Octavia Butler's Kindred!

Thanks to Latoya Peterson's heads-up over at Racialicous: Beacon Press is... Read more »