Angi Shearstone

Angi Shearstone biopicAngi Shearstone is an award-winning professional artist with an MFA in comics, a small herd of cats, strong geek tendencies and a fondness for ska-core. She’s worked in children’s books with Mercer Mayer, collaborated with Mur Lafferty on Beyond the Storm: Shadows of the Big Easy, in comics on Batman: Gotham County Line with Scott Hampton, and on Princeless: Tales of Girls who Rock with Jeremy Whitley. She has otherwise has self-published a handful of comic book projects, two of which with Joe Sutliff Sanders.

She currently designs, illustrates, edits video, and sells fine art painting to keep the bills paid while working on her own projects. She is currently writing a novel version of her epic-sized fully painted comic book BloodDreams, in the belief that she can get the first story arc done in prose faster than trying to paint the next four issues. The first two issues are available at ComiXology (link: www.comixology.com/BloodDreams/comics-series/9717), and you can order a printed version of the first issue (funded by Kickstarter) direct from Angi at www.BloodDreams.com.

Most importantly, Angi has a Patreon page up at www.patreon.com/comics_grrl to support her writing, art, and comics, in the hopes that it will ultimately help BloodDreams get done faster. She currently resides in New England, and is a member of the Broad Universe organization.

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