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Womanthology: Space #3, includes work by Rachel Edidin, Jennifer de Guzman, Robin Furth, Leigh Dragoon, Sophia Foster-Dimino, Carli Ihde, and Mary Bellamy; covers by Mengtian Zhang and Hanie Mohd

You can’t travel through space without a ship, and these three stories take you on three very different adventures. Dreamy, creepy, and just plain fun, explore the infinite in this strange and galactic issue!

jenniferdeguzman:

Womanthology: Space # 3 (of 5)
Womanthology: Space #3 “Ship”
by Rachel Edidin, Jennifer de Guzman, Robin Furth (w) • Leigh Dragoon, Sophia Foster-Dimino, and more (a) • Renae DeLiz (c)
You can’t travel through space without a ship, and these three stories take you on three very different adventures. Dreamy, creepy, and just plain fun, explore the infinite in this strange and galactic issue!

Beautiful!  Is this cover a variant?  The credit says it’s Renae’s but that signature looks more like Hanie Mohd’s.

jenniferdeguzman:

Womanthology: Space # 3 (of 5)

Womanthology: Space #3 “Ship”

by Rachel Edidin, Jennifer de Guzman, Robin Furth (w) • Leigh Dragoon, Sophia Foster-Dimino, and more (a) • Renae DeLiz (c)

You can’t travel through space without a ship, and these three stories take you on three very different adventures. Dreamy, creepy, and just plain fun, explore the infinite in this strange and galactic issue!

Beautiful!  Is this cover a variant?  The credit says it’s Renae’s but that signature looks more like Hanie Mohd’s.

This week I’m giving one of the ladies behind the scenes the spotlight…
ProFile Friday
Jennifer de Guzman (b. November 1977) is a American writer and the former Editor-in-Chief of Slave Labor Graphics.
Guzman was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area.  She started working for SLG in 2002 as a production assistant to help pay her university tuition, and within a year and a half was made Editor-in-Chief.  She later earned an MFA in literature and creative writing from San Jose State University in 2008 and was awarded the Marjorie McLaughlin Folendorf Award.
In 2006, she received the Friends of Lulu “Woman of Distinction” award for her work in the comics industry. In January 2012, she announced she was leaving SLG and joining Image Comics as marketing & PR coordinator.
She has contributed short comics stories to Put The Book Back On The Shelf: A Belle And Sebastian Anthology and This Is A Souvenir: The Songs Of Spearmint & Shirley Lee, both drawn by husband Brian Belew. She has written the “Life in Comics” column for Publishers Weekly for three years and explores the influence of pop culture on her life in “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now,” a comic drawn by Belew and published on Comic Book Resources’ Robot 6 blog.
Guzman also writes young adult fiction and has posted samples of two of her novels, Sliver of Light and The Zones on the Figment writing community.  She also blogs about her son, Mateo Bernard de Guzman Belew.

This week I’m giving one of the ladies behind the scenes the spotlight…

ProFile Friday

Jennifer de Guzman (b. November 1977) is a American writer and the former Editor-in-Chief of Slave Labor Graphics.

Guzman was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area.  She started working for SLG in 2002 as a production assistant to help pay her university tuition, and within a year and a half was made Editor-in-Chief.  She later earned an MFA in literature and creative writing from San Jose State University in 2008 and was awarded the Marjorie McLaughlin Folendorf Award.

In 2006, she received the Friends of Lulu “Woman of Distinction” award for her work in the comics industry. In January 2012, she announced she was leaving SLG and joining Image Comics as marketing & PR coordinator.

She has contributed short comics stories to Put The Book Back On The Shelf: A Belle And Sebastian Anthology and This Is A Souvenir: The Songs Of Spearmint & Shirley Lee, both drawn by husband Brian Belew. She has written the “Life in Comics” column for Publishers Weekly for three years and explores the influence of pop culture on her life in “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now,” a comic drawn by Belew and published on Comic Book Resources’ Robot 6 blog.

Guzman also writes young adult fiction and has posted samples of two of her novels, Sliver of Light and The Zones on the Figment writing community.  She also blogs about her son, Mateo Bernard de Guzman Belew.

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