If I plan on reading a bunch of graphic novels this year I want to read as many by women as by men. I mentioned this before, but the bunch I have out from the library are all written by men. Besides skewing the ratios I'm trying to achieve this year, I just want different perspectives, different stories.
After some googling, I came across these links.
This is probably the best list I found and will be the most useful. From Comics Worth Reading.
From Time Magazine.
I'm sure there are other sources to find this sort of thing, and I'm more than willing to take recommendations in the comments here (for really good graphic novels in general, and for graphic novels written by women in specific)
Here's what I already have read, am reading, or will read in the near future:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight
Angel: After the Fall
Star Wars Legacy
Mouse Guard: 1152
A People's History of American Empire
Locke and Key
Dark Wraith of Shannara
Out of Picture: Volume 1
Not a woman writer in the bunch, and as far as I know, only one woman artist for Lost Girls. I mean to read American Widow at some point from Alissa Torres.