Colonial Comics is alive and well and in shiny print!
Here’s a blurb about my story: “Puritan America was, for women, a time of tremendous restriction. For those with an ‘entrepreneurial spirit’, their best bet was to marry a supportive man who would allow them a certain amount of autonomy, giving them the status to make such endeavors socially acceptable. One of these women was Mary Huntris. A series of court records chronicle her struggle for independence and the archnemesis she gained along the way.” More information can be found here.
And, I am proud to announce, you should keep your eye out for news about the second volume –– I’ll have a story in that one, as well!