Posted at Jul 12, 2016 5:47 pm
Strong heroines aren’t anything new. There have been stories about strong heroines throughout human civilization, in fiction, in myth, before finally arriving in comic books. But you probably don’t know a good number of them, even in the past century. This workshop looks at little-remembered heroines like Rima the Bird Girl of the novel Green Mansions in the early 1900s and Sheena the Jungle Girl a few years later, Miss Fury who beat up bad guys in the 1930s (created by a female author), and that’s just a few before Wonder Woman!
About the Presenter, Eilis Flynn :
Elizabeth MS Flynn has written fiction in the form of comic book stories, romantic fantasies, urban fantasies, historical fantasies and short stories, a new-adult novel, novellas, and a graphic novella (most published under the name of Eilis Flynn). She’s also a professional editor and has been for almost 40 years. If you’re looking for an editor, she can be found editing at emsflynn.com and reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re curious about her books, check out eilisflynn.com. In any case, she can be reached at email@example.com.
Cost: FFP Members:15.00/Non-Members: 25.00