Georgia Webber is a comics artist, writer, and editor living in southern Ontario. She is best known for her debut graphic memoir, Dumb: Living Without a Voice (Fantagraphics 2018), the chronicle of her severe vocal injury and sustained vocal condition which causes her pain from using her voice. This difficult experience lead her to work as a Cranial Sacral Therapist, a meditation facilitator, and as an improvising musician, blending elements of healthcare, body awareness, and creative expression within constraints. She has extended her love of the voice into a community arts organization, called MAW Vocal Arts, that celebrates the diversity, creativity, and power of the voice with live showcase-style events several times a year. Webber is an active member of the Graphic Medicine community of artists who make comics that relate to health, speaking and giving workshops at conferences across North America. Follow her exploits at www.georgiawebber.com.