Isabel S. Dieppa
Isabel S. Dieppa

Isabel Dieppa is a writer and actor. She is a part of the performance duo Of This World in Chicago, IL. Her interests lie in science, art, and history. Past writing includes interning for the Chicago Field Museum ECCO program, the national theater blog HOWLROUND, music reviews for UR Chicago, and in a former life was a beat reporter for the Indiana Daily Student. She loves archaeology, kitties, and dancing. The next big adventure may include an archaeological dig in Peru. Follow her on twitter @isabelsdieppa

"Blackbird" Is A Magical Drama Centered On Latinx Sisters In L.A.
Supergirl Gets A New Origin Story In "Supergirl: Being Super": BUST Interview
Joëlle Jones Is The First Woman To Both Write And Draw Catwoman
Rosario Dawson Works For Puerto Rican Hurricane Recovery With Comic In "Ricanstruction: Reminiscing & Rebuilding Puerto Rico": BUST Interview
"Eternity Girl" Is An Imaginative, Darkly Funny Comic About Depression
"The Battles Of Bridget Lee" Is The Mulan-Inspired Sci-Fi Comic You Need To Read
"Green Lantern: Earth One" Puts A Feminist Spin On A Familiar Superhero Story: BUST Interview
This Comic Book Shows Why The Story Of Mata Hari Is More Relevant Than Ever
"DC Super Hero Girls" Brings Women-Centered Superhero Stories To Young Readers
In This Comic, Batwoman Is A Baseball-Playing Lesbian Superhero Fighting Fascism In The 1930s
The Comic "Lady Killer" Shows A Woman Murdering Sexual Harassers — And It Comes At The Perfect Time
La Borinqueña Is The Puerto Rican Superhero We Need Right Now
Rapper Vic Mensa Tells Us How His Music Is Influenced By Feminism: BUST Interview
"Batman: The Dark Knight: Master Race" Shows How Feminism Is Growing In Comic Books: BUST Interview
In "Bombshells United: American Soil," Wonder Woman Fights To Free Japanese Americans From Internment Camps