By: Elina Shatkin
The aviatrix who taught Amelia Earhart how to fly.
By: Lynn Peril
Prescient in her arguments for a plant-based diet.
By: Joshua Glenn
One of the first real scientists to write science fiction. FWIW.
By: Brian Berger
Forget everything you thought you knew about “Half-Pint” Jaxon.
By: Adam McGovern
Comics of deceptive simplicity and un-duplicatable eloquence.
A tattooed, cigar-chomping, cross-dressing, knife-collecting speed demon.
By: Jacob Mikanowski
He was part of the bad old postmodernism, in a good way.
He preserved and disseminated oral culture.
By: Mike Fleisch
He aimed for total objectivity and compassion.
By: Tucker Cummings
He courageously shared his sexual predilections with the world.
His stoic pulp and stylish brutality elevated superhero comics.
By: Alix Lambert
His wit, his sculpture, and his being have proven influential.
Twisting, wry and dolorous laments.
By: Mark Kingwell
He was haunted by his memories of destroying a Benedictine monastery.
Media, culture, and ideology are the battleground of the soul.