The Birth of Hathor features the early work of the artist Heather Cushman-Dowdee, the creator of the Hathor the Cowgoddess comics. The Hathor the Cowgoddess comic is the unfolding story of the... More > artist and her family as they champion the benefits of homebirthing, breastfeeding on demand, maintaining constant contact, sharing space, unschooling and saving the world.
This book follows the artist through Graduate School where the comic evolved from paintings, sculptures and performaces; describes the process, thoughts and philosophies that make Hathor such an amazing Cowgoddess and includes 58 of the earliest cartoons.
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Hathor's Zines, Slings, and Other Do-It-Yourself Things, is a bunch of comics from 2002-2008. It includes 3 years worth of the first quarterly zines, the comics about baby wearing, and all of the... More > comics that have things to do.< Less
In 2007, Hathor the Cowgoddess, the heroine of the comics by the same name, was battling an evil bottle-man, the Super-nanny, child-ism, and the term Boob-Nazi. This book is a collection of all the... More > comics and most of the blog posts from that year, lovingly compiled by the author. Oh yeah, it's also the year that thecowgoddess.com was voted Best Parenting Blog.< Less