Kate Evans, cartoonist, author and public speaker.
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Don't Call Me Princess! Out now! The brand new anti-fairytale for girls of all ages. A quirky, funny kids book for people who aspire to more in life than finding a handsome prince.
Threads from the refugee crisis, is the first graphic novel ever to be listed for the Orwell Prize for Books. “Gripping and beautiful. This is comics journalism at its finest.” – Alison Bechdel. “Haunting… Again and again, [Evans’s] narrative emphasises the desperation of people trying to reach safety… The appalling threads of these people’s lives coalesce to form a bigger picture with an underlying message: we need to treat our fellow humans with care and respect.” Times Literary Supplement.
Red Rosa, the graphic biography of Rosa Luxemburg was selected as a ‘graphic book of the year’ choice by both the Independent and Observer newspapers, and was so successful that it sold out here in the UK on the day of its official launch. 11 international editions available.
We also have Bump: how to make grow and birth a baby a truly groundbreaking ‘choose your own adventure’ approach to fertility, pregnancy and birth, and British breastfeeding bestseller The Food of Love – attachment parenting explained in the funniest, freshest, least preachy way possible.
Funny Weather We're Having At the Moment Isn't it Dear: Everything you Didn't Want to Know about Climate Change but Probably Should Find Out. Remember climate change? That climate change? The one that is still happening? Find out how, why and what to do about it in this pocket-sized comic guide.
"Kate Evans is one of the most original talents in comics I’ve seen in a long time."
Steve Bell, The Guardian.
"This @cartoonkate is a bona fide genius."