G.I.L.T.

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Product Details
Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Ahoy Comics
Publish Date
Pages
120
Dimensions
6.5 X 10.0 X 0.4 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781952090219
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About the Author
Alisa Kwitney was an editor at DC Comics/Vertigo and is the Eisner-nominated author of graphic novels, romantic women's fiction and urban fantasy. She was one of the authors of A Flight of Angels, which made YALSA's Top Ten List for Great Graphic Novels for Teens, and the YA graphic novel Token, named a highlight of the Minx imprint by PW. Alisa has an MFA from Columbia University. Her thesis, Till the Fat Lady Sings, a comedy of manners about college and eating disorders, made The New York Times' new and noteworthy in paperback list. The first issue of her latest comic book series, Mystik U, is coming out November '17 from DC Comics. Her first YA novel, Cadaver & Queen, will be coming out with Harlequin Teen in February '18.

Mauricet is a Belgian artist/cartoonist, best known in the USA for IDW's Star Wars Adventures and various books at DC, including Dastardly and Muttley and a bunch of Harley Quinn books, most recently co-creating Old Lady Harley. He collaborated with Image, Crossgen and Ahoy for whom he co-created Major Ursa with Tyrone Finch. He's also worked for the European market drawing several graphic albums for Casterman, Dupuis and Bamboo.
Reviews
Alisa Kwitney has an understanding of human foibles and lust, and a light, intelligent touch that marks her as an author to watch and enjoy.--Neil Gaiman
Doing over the 1970s when you're in your 70s is the irresistible premise of Alisa Kwitney's G.I.L.T.--the Guild of Independent Lady Temporalists. This is a comic book for women who don't read comic books, a hilarious, insightful, sophisticated look at age, magic, and the wish to finally, blissfully get it all right.

--Pamela Redmond (author of Younger)