Tag Archives: Jane Dominguez

Aviva and the baklava

Aviva, the working-class, bisexual chef turned royal mistress, as drawn by Jane Dominguez. Here we see her in a scene from Climbing the Date Palm in which she works all night by herself to accomplish a seemingly impossible task just to ensure … Continue reading

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“I’ve got a basket of bitter sunsets.”

I only speak a little Hebrew, but the easiest sentence for me to say is “Ani ohevet ashkolit.” (I love grapefruit.) I also love strong, confident women who are really good at their jobs and care about their fellow humans. I’m … Continue reading

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Introducing: Dragon!

Some warriors fight dragons; others are lucky enough to have befriended one. Rivka is awfully fond of hers. (Characters by Shira Glassman; drawings by Mina V.; inked/colored by Jane Dominguez. Read about Rivka and her dragon’s adventures in The Second … Continue reading

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Introducing the secondary heroine of my novels: the warrior Rivka

Call me Riv. I heard you were needing a helping hand–attached to an armful of muscle. What’s my task–I can capture criminals, rescue people, fight in your army, or maybe are you looking for a bodyguard? Nu? I’m not afraid … Continue reading

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