It's a hefty tome of awesome and you can get it in paperback here, or ebook here.
It happens to include the work of four other artists who it was my delight to work with. Li Grabensetter, Elizabeth Leggett, Christine Mitzuk, and Hillary Pearlman.
Now, an excerpt from my interview with them:
"...it feels timely, and personally fitting, that this would be the summer Lightspeed dedicates an entire issue to the enormously talented and fantastically imaginative women working in the field of speculative fiction. The opportunity for me to invite other artists to be a part of the project was nothing short of breathtaking. Li Grabensetter with her beautiful handling of inks and watercolors, Elizabeth Leggett with her brilliant digital renderings, Christine Mitzuk’s rich painterly style, and Hillary Pearlman’s fantastical tinkering bring the fiction in this issue depth and texture. It was a pleasure to work with these gifted and passionate artists who are deeply involved in the speculative fiction community. My favorite part of working on this issue was sitting back and watching their amazing art come in. My second favorite part was getting to know these fantastic creators just a little bit better. I hope you enjoy this spotlight on why each of them does what they do. Which, apparently, is to destroy Science Fiction." ~read moreAnd here, a sampling of what they did for this issue of Lightspeed:
Li Grabensetter's illustration for Each to Each, written by Seanan McGuire:
Salvage, written by Carrie Vaughn:
Christine Mitzuk's illustration for The Case of the Passionless Bees, written by Rhonda Eikamp :
And Hillary Pearlman's illustration for Walking Awake, by N.K. Jemisin:
It was a pleasure to be involved with this project, many thanks to Christie Yant for her hard work in bringing this epic volume to life. Stay Tuned, more exciting things coming with Women Destroy Fantasy and Women Destroy Horror.