catherine yronwode is a writer and editor who has been writing since her teens. At Ken Piece Publishing, she edited and wrote intros for books of reprinted comic strips like Modesty Blaise and The Phantom, and had a regular column in the Comics Buyer’s Guide. She freelanced for Kitchen Sink Press, writing The Art of Will Eisner in ‘81, among others. She served as editor-in-chief at Eclipse Enterprises, and she won and Inkpot Award in ’83 for work she did there. She collaborated with Trina Robbins in ’85 on Women and the Comics, which was the first book on the subject of the history of women in the industry.