Posts Tagged ‘ DANICA NOVGORODOFF ’


September 17, 2010
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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Are you a teenager and worried about what might happen if you get arrested?  Well, now there is a comic that gives you a step-by-step run-down of how it works and what your options are.  There is even an instructive flow-chart! This comic is made even better by the fact that it is drawn by Read the Rest…

September 28, 2009
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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[Danica Novgorodoff on Refresh, Refresh and other things] I know I’m supposed to write about my new graphic novel, Refresh, Refresh. But what I really want to talk about is The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel. I’m only on page 58 and I want to ride the subway from Brooklyn to the Bronx to Manhattan Read the Rest…

September 22, 2009
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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To Do This Weekend: Danica Novgorodoff at Rocketship Danica Novgorodoff will be launching her latest graphic novel, Refresh, Refresh, at Rocketship this Saturday at 8:00.  Danica herself will be on hand to be talented, thoughtful, and perhaps even sign books!  [Rocketship is at 208 Smith Street in Brooklyn, NY.  They're about a block away from Read the Rest…

September 4, 2009
Posted by: Mark Siegel
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(click for larger) Danica Novgorodoff, the creator of the excellent Slow Storm and the forthcoming Refresh, Refresh (October) will have a show at Charmingwall Gallery in NYC that opens this Saturday.  Check it out!  Since it's all Danica's artwork, we can guarantee that everything is going to be gorgeous.

December 9, 2008
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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September 18, 2008
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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Danica is in Louisville, Kentucky today (at Carmichael’s Bookstore) and in Chicago at Quimby’s on Saturday.  “What stands out about Novgorodoff’s book are the artistry of its pages — the fine-art edge her watercolors give to illustrations that help propel the story line — and the human themes of loneliness, spiritual meaning and connection to Read the Rest…

December 17, 2007
Posted by: Mark Siegel
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From the drawing board of Danica Novgorodoff I remember someone saying that there are two kinds of stories – those about leaving home and those about returning home.  I don’t know if I agree with that (there must be a million kinds of story), but it does seem like most of my writing is about Read the Rest…

March 2, 2007
Posted by: Danica Novgorodoff
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It’s no secret that I love Gipi’s work – I did my best to sell out all our copies of Garage Band last weekend at the New York ComicCon (and succeeded!). One of my all-time favorite scenes is when a big-shot in the music industry offers Stefano a job working in the head office of Read the Rest…

ALEXIS SIEGEL “Translation Guru” From the first second I knew First Second had to be highly international. That’s meant fostering a talent pool from all around the world, and putting every possible care into our translations. My brother Alexis works at the U.N. as a translator, and many of you have read his work on Read the Rest…

HILARY SYCAMORE “The Color Farm” Hilary runs her color farm “Sky Blue Ink” out of Tennessee, but her assistants aren’t only from her neighborhood; they live as far as England and New Zealand. She’s taught and researched color theory and color therapy, and you’ll be seeing lots more of her magic in coming seasons. Her Read the Rest…