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graphic novel:

see comic stripcomic strip,
combination of cartoon with a story line, laid out in a series of pictorial panels across a page and concerning a continuous character or set of characters, whose thoughts and dialogues are indicated by means of "balloons" containing written speech.
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An exhibit organized by the Ministry of Culture spotlighting works by Taiwan graphic novelists opened July 18 at Comic-Con International: San Diego in the U.S., underscoring the government's commitment to raising local creators' global profiles.
THIS year's longlist was selected by a panel of five judges: the philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah (chair); crime writer Val McDermid; cultural critic Leo Robson; feminist writer and critic Jacqueline Rose; and artist and graphic novelist Leanne Shapton.
The rest of the judging panel is comprised of cultural critic Leo Robson, writer and critic Jacqueline Rose and graphic novelist Leanne Shapton.
As an artist, graphic novelist, and performance poet, Tuason's early engagements with spoken word poetry has helped establish the art form in the mainstream, inspiring a new generation of young artists and poets to create and weave words relevant to our time.
Written with humor, compassion and a remarkable understanding of the female heart, The Almost Sisters (Morrow, $15.99, 384 pages, ISBN 9780062105721) by Joshilyn Jackson tells the story of a graphic novelist named Leia Birch Briggs.
The graphic novelist, whose works cover a diverse range of themes and subjects, draws strongly on history.
Summary: In a Beirut cafe, Italian artist and graphic novelist Stefano Ricci smiled as images of children painting flicked across a computer screen.
Here's her story: Samantha (right with kitty Hinata--Japanese for sunflower) is an aspiring children's illustrator and graphic novelist with a drawing degree from the University of Missouri.
Graphic novelist: Author Judd Winick visits Naperville to discuss "HILO 4: Waking the Monsters," the fourth book in his HILO graphic novel series for middle-grade readers.
Pigeon-detective graphic novelist. Professor Anna Joy Springer pushes feminism forward through an unorthodox writing style and provocative visual prose.
What an amazing turnout," said Maxwell Alexander Drake, or Drake as he prefers to be called, an American award-winning Science Fiction/Fantasy author, graphic novelist and playwright best known for his fantasy series The Genesis of Oblivion Saga.