Women & NB Creators at DC Comics Watch, July 2019 Solicits: 18 Creators on 20 Books

July is a month with five Wednesdays, which usually means more comics from DC. Typically, we get annuals and other one-shot specials in that last week, since most of their ongoing books are released on a regular schedule (Wonder Woman is out on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month, for example), and there’sContinue reading “Women & NB Creators at DC Comics Watch, July 2019 Solicits: 18 Creators on 20 Books”

Joye Murchison Kelly and Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk to be Honoured with Bill Finger Award

This is very, very cool. Two of the most important women in the early history of Wonder Woman are going to receive the Bill Finger Award at San Diego Comic-Con this summer. Joye Murchison Kelly was a ghost writer for William Moulton Marston in the early 1940s, while Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk was an assistant editorContinue reading “Joye Murchison Kelly and Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk to be Honoured with Bill Finger Award”

Come See Me at C2E2 in Chicago, Artist Alley Table E7, April 6-8th!

Last week, I told you all about my upcoming “The Many Lives of Catwoman” panel discussion with Angelica Jade Bastién, Lauren Burke, Caitlin Rosberg, and Katie Schenkel at The Book Cellar in Chicago, IL, on April 5th at 7:00pm. That’s going to be all kinds of awesome. But it’s only part one of my upcomingContinue reading “Come See Me at C2E2 in Chicago, Artist Alley Table E7, April 6-8th!”

Talking About Wonder Woman at the Imagine Film Festival in Amsterdam: A Recap!

I am now home from my five day visit to Amsterdam, and it was such a cool trip. I’m from Halifax, which is one of the oldest cities in North America, but it doesn’t even come close to the history and legacy of Amsterdam and it was so fun to get to explore the city.Continue reading “Talking About Wonder Woman at the Imagine Film Festival in Amsterdam: A Recap!”

Take an Online Course on How to Publish a Non-Fiction Book with Me and my Agent, Dawn Frederick

I’m trying something new this winter by co-teaching an online class with my wonderful agent, Dawn Frederick of Red Sofa Literary, about how to develop a non-fiction book and get it published. The six-week course is called “Agent & Author: Publishing Non-Fiction” and we’re doing it via the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, but everythingContinue reading “Take an Online Course on How to Publish a Non-Fiction Book with Me and my Agent, Dawn Frederick”

Pennsylvania Pals, Come See Me At BookFestPA on Saturday, July 16!

America, I’m coming back to visit you soon! I’ve been invited to BookFestPA, which is part of the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts in State College and Penn State, and I’ll be there for the full day of BookFestPA on Saturday, July 16. The theme for this year’s BookFestPA is comic books, and I’llContinue reading “Pennsylvania Pals, Come See Me At BookFestPA on Saturday, July 16!”

Wonder Woman Unbound Audio Book Now Available on Audible

Reading is fun and all, but sometimes you just want to listen to a book. And if you’re the sort of person who likes listening to books, have I got news for you! My first book, Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious History of the World’s Most Famous Heroine, is now available in audio book formContinue reading “Wonder Woman Unbound Audio Book Now Available on Audible”