Erica Schultz has signed on to teach classes at the Kubert School in the upcoming school year. Schultz will teach the "Story Adaptation" and "Writing and Imaginative Drawing" classes at the college's Dover, New Jersey campus.
"I'm incredibly excited to be working with the faculty and staff at the Kubert School," Schultz told Newsarama. "So many talented creators have come though those halls. I really appreciate the chance to work with up-and-coming creators and help to guide their careers. I'm also a little nervous, but I hope to live up to the legacy."
Schultz is best known for writing the 2018 Daredevil Annual for Marvel, and both Xena: Warrior Princess and Charmed for Dynamite. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Literature from the University of Hartford, and previously worked as an artist/animator for Continuity Studios.
Schultz plans to continue her role teaching lettering and production with Comics Experience.