Queer Heroes: Meet 53 LGBTQ Heroes from Past and Present!

Arabelle Sicardi (Author) Sarah Tanat-Jones (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$22.99  $21.15
Publisher
Wide Eyed Editions
Publish Date
September 17, 2019
Pages
64
Dimensions
9.4 X 11.0 X 0.5 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781786034762

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About the Author

Arabelle Sicardi is an American feminist fashion and beauty writer. As a teenager, they launched a blog called Fashion Pirate, becoming Tumblr's go-to 'fashion philosopher and beauty oracle'. Sicardi has also been a staff writer at Rookie, beauty editor at BuzzFeed, and a freelance writer for Refinery29, The Daily Beast, and Jezebel. Now, they write about beauty, fashion, feminism, and identity for many different places.

Sarah Tanat-Jones is an illustrator who grew up in Brighton, studied at Edinburgh College of Art, moved to Glasgow for a bit, and now lives in London. She likes to pair energy with elegance in her illustrations by using bold color and a flowing, hand-drawn line. She works across editorial, publishing, and advertising and her clients include The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, and Time Out.

Arabelle Sicardi is a queer Asian American writer whose work focuses on beauty, fashion, politics, and identity. They've written for teenVOGUE, them., ROOKIE, ALLURE, i-D, NYLON, and other publications. They were previously the Beauty Editor at BuzzFeed. Now they work full-time as a freelancer so they can spend time working on books, like this one.

Sarah Tanat-Jones is an illustrator who grew up in Brighton, studied at Edinburgh College of Art, moved to Glasgow for a bit, and now lives in London. She likes to pair energy with elegance in her illustrations by using bold colour and a flowing, hand-drawn line. She works across editorial, publishing and advertising and her clients include The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Sunday Times and Time Out.

Reviews

"Readers who usually don't engage with nonfiction may find the picture book format approachable and find themselves drawn in by the vibrant art and breezy text." - School Library Journal