I’m a co-founder of Pageturner, a boutique book agency/production company, which specializes in graphic novels and illustrated content for authors, literary agents, publishers, and media companies. I also direct editorial for comics/graphic novels and legacy properties at Nickelodeon.

As a senior editor at DC Comics, I directed an all-ages 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 wrote and 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 teach at NYC’s School of Visual Arts, and serve on programming committees for the Miami Book Fair and Brooklyn Book Festival.

I’m also a co-founder of the independent editors group 5E; visit our website and Facebook page to learn more and join our ongoing dialog about the ever-changing publishing landscape.