Science Writer & Naturalist
award-winning museum exhibit. Find merchandise for sale through TopatoCo.
Other Comics WorkOther Webcomic: Wild City Comics, a past strip about urban ecology co-created with Maris Wicks.
A Few Comics Clients: Ranger Rick, The Nib, Torontoist, Nature Ecology & Evolution, Pipe Wrench.
Praise: School Library Journal | Birds & Blooms Magazine | Audubon | Comicosity | Geek Dad | ALA
“She is the rare humorist who understands nature and biology well enough to make even the most cranky birder crack a smile.” –BirdWatching Magazine First Second. Art by Jon Chad.
“A story line infused with humor and drama . . . budding astro-tourists in middle elementary grades will happily sign up for repeat journeys.” –School Library Journal starred review Workman. Ages 8-12.
“A worldwide collection of superior oddities…One delectable sampler of wonders, there for the asking.” –Kirkus Jacob Souva, out through Tundra Books.
“A witty look at the less-beautiful characteristics of butterflies.” –Kirkus starred review Workman.
“the most perfect of popular science titles” –Booklist starred review Binglin Hu, coming in Summer 2022 through Random House Graphic. Ages 7+.
Other Writing WorkTV: Episodes and Interstitials for PBS’ Elinor Wonders Why.
Articles: Audubon, Mental_Floss, Mass Audubon’s Connections.
Blog Posts: Mass Audubon, Nature Conservancy Canada, Living Alongside Wildlife.
Rosemary is an engaging, funny, thought-provoking speaker who delivers talks on nature, birds, comics, and science outreach and leads workshops for students of all ages. Past talks have included keynotes for the Rio Grande Birding Festival, the San Diego Bird Festival, the Great Salt Lake Bird Festival, and the Klamath Falls Winter Wings Festival, plus talks for Harvard’s Arnold Arboretum, Caveat NYC, Birds of Vermont Museum, Ithaca College, various birding clubs, and many others. Interested in having her speak? Drop her a line. When she’s not writing, she’s out in the field doing some very amateur nature photography and trying not to feed the mosquitoes.