AMANDA DEIBERT is a New York Times bestselling comic book and television writer. Her comic book writing includes The New York Times bestselling series DC Super Hero Girls, Teen Titans Go!, Wonder Woman '77, Batman and Harley Quinn, Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, Wonder Women of History, and Love is Love (NYT #1 bestseller) for DC Comics, and various other comics for Dark Horse and IDW, and four years as the writer for former Vice President of the United States Al Gore on his international climate broadcast, 24 Hours of Reality. Her television credits include work for CBS, SyFy, OWN, PIVOT, HULU, and QUIBI. She is currently writing for the animated series He-Man and The Masters Of The Universe for Netflix. She lives in Los Angeles with her wife, illustrator Cat Staggs, and their adorable daughter, Vivienne. EVE ZAREMBA is the author of six mystery novels featuring lesbian P.I., Helen Keremos. Active in the Women's Liberation Movement in the seventies and eighties, Zaremba was a founding member of the Broadside collective which produced a monthly feminist paper in Toronto from 1979 to 1989. She has written articles and reviews in a number of other publications. In 1972, Zaremba selected and edited an early work of feminist non-fiction, The Privilege of Sex- A Century of Canadian Women (Anansi).