Subway Series by Leela Corman
'Subway Series'.

Leela Corman studied painting, printmaking and illustration at Massachusetts College of Art. She was influenced by Diane Noomin. She won a Xerix Award for her 2000 graphic novel 'Queens Day'. It was followed by two more graphic novels, 'Subway Series' (2002) and 'Unterzakhn' (2012). The latter deals with the lives of two Russian Jewish immigrant sisters in New York City's Lower East Side, and was originally serialized in The Jewish Daily Forward.

Unterzakhn by Leela Corman

Corman has contributed to 'Scheherazade' (Soft Skull, 2005), 'Bizarro Comics' (DC, 2005), 'Belle and Sebastian Anthology' (Image Comics, 2006) and 'Sexy Chix' (Dark Horse, 2006). Corman's illustration clients include Simon & Shuster, the New York Times, WNET/Thirteen, New York Press, Rescue Magazine, the Boston Phoenix, Tikkun and Bust magazine.

Flim Flam by Leela Corman
Cover of Flim Flam Comics. 

Corman is also a bellydance performer and instructor in New York City. She and her husband, Tom Hart, are the founders of The Sequential Artists Workshop, a non-profit organization dedicated to the prosperity and promotion of comic art and artists, offering instruction in comic art, graphic novels and visual storytelling in vibrant Gainesville, Florida, where she is also an adjunct instructor at the University of Florida.

Venus, by Leela Corman

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