For people interested in discussing comics in the classroom!
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MC POPPERS that are comic artists, writers, webhosters or bloggers...
• Stergios Botzakis blogs at http://graphicnovelresources.blogspot.com
• Jessica Abel is an author, artist and teacher. Her website http://www.jessicaabel.com links you out two her many great graphic novels available at Amazon.
• Marek Bennett author of Nicaragua Travel Journal and creator of the Comics International Ning.
blogs and shares resources at http://comicsworkshop.wordpress.com
• James Bucky Carter author of Building Literacy Connections with Graphic Novels: Page by Page, Panel by Panel blogs at http://ensaneworld.blogspot.com/
• Peter Gutierrez blogs on comics and other media at Connect the Pop for School Library Journal
• Jay Hosler, is a biology professor and author/artist whose books on Evolution (The Sandwalk Adventures and Evolution: The Story of Life on Earth) also shares his work-in- progress at his blog http://www.jayhosler.com/jshblog/
• Matt Madden is an author, artist and teacher whose books include 99 Ways to Tell A Story: Exercises in Style and Drawing Words & Writing Pictures (with Jessica Abel). He also blogs at http://mattmadden.blogspot.com
• Katie Monnin author of Teaching Graphic Novels blogs at http://teachinggraphicnovels.blogspot.com
• Jim Ottaviani is a librarian and author of many science themed graphic novels through his Ann Arbor based imprint GT Labs. Heck, Jim is so cool he has a wiki page.
• Hyeondo Park is a manga artist whose work can be found at http://www.hanaroda.net. His illustrations include Wiley adaptations of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar & Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
• Nick Sousanis is a comic artist whose fascinating philosophical comics about education are collected at http://www.spinweaveandcut.blogspot.com/
• Award-winning artist, illustrator and teacher Gene Yang is the author of many graphic novels including American Born Chinese, The Eternal Smile & Prime Baby. His personal website is http://humblecomics.com. You can also read about his webcomics for Algebra Students here.
• Maureen Bakis has a book about teaching graphic novels coming soon through Corwin and blogs/shares resources at her Ning www.graphicnovelsandhighschoolenglish.com
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