I’m an independent editor and packager of fiction and nonfiction. I specialize in graphic novels and illustrated works, developing and managing projects for writers, artists, literary agents, and publishers. For more details, see Services.

As a senior editor at DC Comics, I directed an all-ages licensed property comics line and acquired and edited literary graphic novels, including Cairo, Cuba: My Revolution, Gone to Amerikay, Shooters, and Bad Houses. Awards include the Eisner Award, Harvey Award, Best Graphic Story from the International Horror Guild, the Glyph Comics Award and Best American Comics 2013.  For more on selected titles, please see Book Projects.

From 2001-2012, I drew the syndicated comic strip Bitter Girl; my illustrated and prose writing has appeared in the Village Voice, The Advocate, Ms. Magazine, Women’s Review of Books, and The Guardian.

I’m a faculty member at the Maryland Institute College of Art and John Jay College of Criminal Justice; a member of the PowderKeg writers’ residency; and a board member of  Symbolia, the tablet magazine of illustrated journalism.

I’m also a founder of the independent editors’ group 5E , a five-woman braintrust with decades of cumulative experience across major NYC publishing houses; visit our Facebook page to learn more or my Contact page to be added to our newsletter mailing list and download previous issues.