The issue is rounded off with an art tutorial by Lois Van Baarle on how to create an atmospheric digital painting and two pin-up pieces. Catherine Miller's art adds a nice touch of racial diversity to the proceedings while Christianne Benedict reflects on the oft-ignored contributions that women have made to science. It's a clever way to end the issue as it echoes the mission statement of the "Womanthology" project: to highlight the contributions women make to a male dominated fields. Most collected editions have their shares of ups and downs and in "Womanthology Space" #4, the ups more than outweigh the downs. Read Full Review
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