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She is also working with Gownley to add two new stories, “a stocking stuffer,” said Seo, to the Christmas release.
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And focus on freshly launched books.Anne Sowards, executive editor at Ace, has attended SDCC since 2004 and would add “have a breathtaking cover” to that list.
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The creators varied as well, from blue-chip cartoonists like Chris Ware (Building Stories), Alison Bechdel (Are You My Mother?
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"It's a really sprawling story—there are all these parts that come together.
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I wanted to hear a broader story.
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What impression did his stories of that era have on you?
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A fourth cover by Elephantman artist Moritat is also available.
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Of course, there are always exceptions—the blockbuster variety where the story eclipses the author—but if you set out believing that your story will be the next blockbuster, there’s a bridge I’d like to sell you.”
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Also due is a party edition of Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories with a foil cover, for which a floor display is available.
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“He liked his book jacket covers simple and with little ornamentation,” said Graves.
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Is this a commentary on the accumulated trauma of black experience covered in the preceding stories?
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Johnson (FSG)—cover illustration by Charly Palmer, design and lettering by Cassie Gonzales; Camper Girl by Glenn Erick Miller (Regal House/Fitzroy)—cover by C.B.
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For instance, one image shows the cover of Victor Hugo Green’s The Green Book,” which listed hospitable restaurants and lodging for African-Americans traveling in the Jim Crow era.
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(I never wrote about anything as exciting as a tornado, although I did go deep into a maximum-security prison to cover a story one time!)