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October 13, 2020
6.9 X 10.4 X 0.5 inches | 0.9 pounds
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About the Author
Alex de Campi's mostly-indie career stretches from her Eisner-nominated debut Smoke (Dark Horse) through recent Eisner nominees Bad Girls (Gallery 13) and Twisted Romance (Image). Plus company work: she's killed off most of Riverdale, twice, in Archie vs Predator I & II. Her next projects are YA adventure The Backups (Imprint / MacMillan, 2020) and a thriller with director Duncan Jones. Catch her YA adventure Reversal on her Patreon, and action-thriller Bad Karma on Panel Syndicate. She also writes for TV and film (the Blade Runner anime & more). She is on social media as @alexdecampi and lives in Manhattan.
Erica Henderson is a children's book author, a professionally trained dancer, & certified doula based in Texas. The proud god-mommy to two emotion-driven grade-schoolers, she's witnessed the delicate & powerful ways that feelings guide actions. Henderson believes that the key to emotional health is found in who we surround ourselves with & how we handle our own sensibilities. Appropriately, the journey to this emotional health starts in childhood. She hopes to equip the heartbeats of the future - children - with the practical tools to address heart wounds before, during, & after they arrive, so that children more confidently understand themselves & their authority over heavy-felt feelings. Her first children's book, Acire's Journey to Forgiveness Mountain, is an imaginative take on the emotional lessons she's personally learned. Told through the voyage of seven-year-old Acire and her butterfly friend, Omni, Henderson uses her own mountaintop discoveries to help the little human audience at large and the adults not unlike herself who may need a repeat reminder on emotional health and freedom.
"The slim volume packs in action, avoids exposition, and lets the art carry characterizations rather than rely on dialogue dumps. This feminist-friendly evolution of the Brides of Dracula mashes up pop culture and classic references from a comics maverick to offer dizzy, delicious fun for horror fans." --Publishers Weekly