Ivory Sophia Madison J.D., is a multi-faceted woman.
Law, politics, and consulting
Though she graduated law school, she decided not to practice law, choosing instead to stay involved in politics after having started a local New Orleans chapter of NOW. In 2002 she helped found the consulting firm Madison/St. John before moving on to Red Room.
Madison has been writing professionally since law school at least. As a student she was Editor in Chief of the Law Review. She counts among her works The Mice of French Laundry, a children's book, and The Imperial Tea Garden of Sorrowful Cranes, her first completed novel.
Her first graphic novel, written for DC comics, was Huntress: Year One, a Year One that fleshed out the backstory of Helena Bertinelli. She's described the character as "a strong female superhero" and "stronger, smarter, and more beautiful than I am saving the world with far less effort."
- No special notes.
- No trivia.