Women in Graphic Novels are under-represented. That's why these seven super-talented illustrators are highlighted.
Sophie Geneva Page. An illustrator from Conay, Massachusetts and a graduate of RISD, you can find more of her work at: sophiegenevapage.com.
Giselle Sarmiento. She's a Latina New York-based visual storyteller. A graduate of School of Visual Arts, you can visit her at gsarmientoart.weebly.com.
Molly Walsh. An editorial illustrator and surface designer, her work has appeared in The New York Times and the Boston Globe. Visit molly-walsh.com.
Alex Graudins. A cartoonist with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts. Visit toonyart.com.
Veronica Agarwal. She's a cartoonist and illustrator from NYC. A graduate from School of Visual arts as well, visit wisbafolio.com.
Haejin Park. An illustrator born in South Korea, and a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in illustration. You can find her work at www.haejinart.com.
Madeline Zuluaga is an illustrator/storyteller based in New York. She's fascinated by the occult, vegetables and capybaras. She's at madelinezuluaga.com.