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Fighting to Belong!

Book Details

  • Publisher: Third State Books
  • Publish Date: Sep 3rd, 2024
  • Pages: NA
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
  • EAN: 9798890130235
  • Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels - History

About the Author

Chang, Alexander: - Alexander Chang is a writer and editor for comics and graphic novels. His published credits include Rick and Morty, Red Sonja, and the Where We Live anthology. A third generation Chinese American from Princeton, New Jersey, he loves writing in his journal, growing plants, fire spinning, and Chinese lion dancing.
Chu, Amy: - Amy Chu is a writer for comics, graphic novels, and TV, currently working on projects for DC, Marvel and Netflix. She has written popular characters such as Wonder Woman, Deadpool, Ant-Man and Iron Man. She wrote Poison Ivy's first solo mini series, and is the first woman to write the Green Hornet series created in the 1930s. She is also the author of children's graphic novels, including Sea Sirens and the sequel Sky Island (Viking). Amy is the co-founder of the imprint Alpha Girl Comics and enjoys nonprofit work, creating comics for the New York Historical Society, Baltimore Museum of Art, and the Museum of Chinese in America. She studied Architectural Design at MIT, East Asian Studies at Wellesley College, and has an MBA from Harvard Business School. Amy is a frequent speaker at conventions around the world and lives in New Jersey. You can follow her on, twitter @amychu and on Facebook/iwritecomics.
Chin, Louie: - Louie Chin is an illustrator whose work includes the children's book, Bodega Cat (POW! Kids Books), which was a Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection in 2020. He has created artworks for a variety of publications and projects, including the New York Times, Boston Globe, and Nike. He works in both traditional mediums such as watercolor and gouache as well as with digital art software. He was born and raised in New York City, where he still resides.
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