The Best American Comics 2019

Category: Book
Edited By: Kartalopoulos, Bill
Edited By: Tamaki, Jillian
Series: Best American
Subject:  COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Anthologies
  COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Literary
  FICTION / Graphic Novels
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Published: October 2019
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 400
Size: 9.00in x 7.00in
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From The Publisher* Jillian Tamaki, co-author ofThis One Summer, picks the best graphic pieces of the year.

Jillian Tamaki, coauthor of theNew York Times bestsellerThis One Summer, selects the best graphic pieces of the year.The Best American Comics 2019showcases the work of established and up-and-coming artists, collecting work found in the pages of graphic novels, comic books, periodicals, zines, online, in galleries, and more, highlighting the kaleidoscopic diversity of the comics form today. 
From The Publisher* Jillian Tamaki, co-author of This One Summer, picks the best graphic pieces of the year.
Biographical NoteJILLIAN TAMAKI is an illustrator and comics artist living in Toronto, Ontario. She is the co-creator, with her cousin Mariko Tamaki, of the YA graphic novels Skim and This One Summer, the latter of which won a Caldecott Honor in 2015. Her own books include the graphic novels SuperMutant Magic Academy and Boundless, as well a picture book for young children, They Say Blue. A professional illustrator since 2003, she has worked for publications around the world and taught at Parsons and SVA at the undergraduate and graduate level. Her second picture book, My Best Friend, written by Julie Fogliano, will be released in 2020.
BILL KARTALOPOULOS is the publisher/editor of Rebus Books and the programming coordinator for SPX: The Small Press Expo. He was a cofounder and the programming director for the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival. He is a member of the Executive Committee for the International Comic Arts Forum (ICAF), a contributing editor for Print magazine , and has worked as an assistant to Art Spiegelman for several years. He lives and works in Brooklyn.