A feminist comic book history of women's rights, from the ancient world to modern times, in a giftable, visually stunning package.
MIKKI KENDALL is a writer, historian, and diversity consultant who writes about intersectionality, policing, gender, sexual assault, and other current events. Kendall's nonfiction can be found at Time.com, the Guardian, Washington Post, Ebony, Essence, Salon, XoJane, Bustle, Islamic Monthly, and a host of other outlets. Her media appearances include BBC, NPR, Al Jazeera, WVON, WBEZ, TWIB, and Showtime. Her comics work can be found in the Swords of Sorrow anthology, the Princeless charity anthology, and in the Columbus College of Art and Design anthology of 2016. ANNA D'AMICO is a Cincinnati-born illustrator who loves all things tea, costuming, and history. She graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design with a BFA in illustration in 2016, and has been creating comics, watercolor paintings, and digital illustrations ever since.
"This is a beautifully drawn, hold-no-punches, surprisingly deep dive through the history of women's rights around the world, which will entrance kids and adults alike."--N. K. Jemisin, Hugo Award-winning author of the Broken Earth trilogy
"An absolute masterpiece: audacious, unbothered, and utterly
brilliant. This thoroughly researched and urgently necessary book
needs to be in every classroom, every library, every household,
everywhere."--Daniel Jose Older, New York Times
bestselling author of The Shadowsahper Cypher and Dactyl
Hill Squad "Whip-smart, hugely entertaining, and unexpectedly
moving."--Alex de Campi, author of Bad Girls and
"Compelling, comprehensive, and gorgeously illustrated, this book is the perfect launchpad for a thousand further investigations into inspiring and influential women."--Scott Westerfeld, author of Impostors "Like so much of Mikki Kendall's work, this book is vibrant, active, complicated, funny, and resists easy answers."--Daniel Mallory Ortberg, author of The Merry Spinster and cofounder of The Toast