Rosanna Bruno is a visual artist and based in New York, where she makes paintings, comics, and – sometimes – a mess. She received a New York Foundation for the Arts grant in 2012. Her paintings have been exhibited internationally, and her cartoons have been published in BOMB magazine and featured in The Daily Beast and The Toast, among other publications. Her first book, The Slanted Life of Emily Dickinson (Andrews McMeel, 2017), is a book of cartoons based on the myth of her life. Her second is The Trojan Women (Bloodaxe Books, 2021), a comic book reimagining of Euripides’ tragedy with texts by Anne Carson.