Cartoonist and activist Kate Evans has been marrying words and images for political effect for eighteen years. Her award-winning comic reportage crosses a huge range of topics, including her best-selling guide to breastfeeding, The Food of Love, its companion, BUMP: How to Make, Grow and Birth a Baby, and her graphic guide to climate change Funny Weather, all published by Myriad. Her latest book, Don’t Call Me Princess!, was published by New Internationalist.
Her previous books include Copse, a cartoon history of the roads protest movement and Red Rosa, a graphic biography of Rosa Luxemburg. Her cartoons and comic strips have appeared in The Guardian and Independent, and many other publications. Her most comic Threads, a graphic report on her visit to the Calais refugee camp, has been made widely available.