A biologist imagines how we’ll use new reproductive technologies in the future. Science with a splash of sci fi. Originally published at Medium’s Spiralbound in August 2018, where you can see the comic in its entirety.
Birth/Rebirth Part 1
A comic/poem about birth, originally published July 18, 2018, at MUTHA Magazine.
A short story about a parenting fail.
Too short shorts
A glimpse of everyday life with a toddler. No science here, folks, just enjoying the ride that is motherhood. Published here May 2018.
Old Mom Problems
A comic about old moms—a growing demographic with lots of advantages—but, real talk, old mom problems are a thing. The physicality of motherhood is no joke. Originally published on Medium’s Spiralbound in 4 installments. April - June 2018
Not our choice
Not our choice: a comic on a big decision for a tiny person
A comic about deciding not to circumcise our son, originally published January 25, 2018, at MUTHA Magazine.
We doubled down
We doubled down: on two moms making a baby with IVF
Eureka! whoops...not so much: self-deception in science & what we can do about it
A fun comic collaboration with the very creative stats professor and science journalist Regina Nuzzo. This is the comic version of Regina's Nature News feature: How scientists fool themselves — and how they can stop.
Journey thru the fallopian tubes
A comic about how the embryo travels thru the fallopian tube with the help of its zona pellucida, a protective "shell"
Trying to make a baby
An assortment of comics about the science of trying to make a baby