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Interview w Andrew Aydin, Scripter of The March, Part III: Diversity in Indie Comics

And here is the rousing conclusion to my chat with Andrew Aydin, in which we discuss diversity in publishing, awesome authors/books, and why all of this is so important! (Check out Part I and Part II if you missed them! … Continue reading

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Interview w Andrew Aydin, Scripter of The March, Part II: Comics as a Tool for Social Change

This is a follow up to last week’s interview with Andrew Aydin where we talked about how to write a graphic novel. Today we talk about the use of comics in the Civil Right’s Movement. If you are a teacher, … Continue reading

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Interview w Andrew Aydin, Scripter of The March, Part I: How to Write a Graphic Novel if You Can’t Draw!

I’ve been traveling, but this interview is definitely worth the wait. Last week, I got to chat with Andrew Aydin, co-author of the amazing GN The March which I reviewed last week. (A copy of which is still very much up for grabs … Continue reading

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Review Wednesday: The March, Congressman John Lewis and the Civil Rights Movement (w Giveaway!)

This fairly spectacular Graphic Novel gave me the idea to talk this month about how we build empathy with our young readers for events completely outside their realm of experience. I picked it up because it’s going to be featured … Continue reading

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