The Shirley Jackson Project: Comics Inspired by her Life and Work

The Shirley Jackson Project Comics Inspired by her Life and Work Seventeen alternative cartoonists explore and celebrate the work of author Shirley Jackson through loose interpretations biographies autobiographies and fiction The Shirley Jackson Project is a wit

  • Title: The Shirley Jackson Project: Comics Inspired by her Life and Work
  • Author: Robert Kirby Asher Craw Lillie Craw Jennifer Camper Michael Fahy Colleen Frakes Katie Fricas Gabrielle Gamboa
  • ISBN: 9780990343363
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventeen alternative cartoonists explore and celebrate the work of author Shirley Jackson through loose interpretations, biographies, autobiographies, and fiction The Shirley Jackson Project is a witty, poignant and immensely readable tribute to one of the twentieth century American literature s most talented, versatile, and significant authors If you love the work of SSeventeen alternative cartoonists explore and celebrate the work of author Shirley Jackson through loose interpretations, biographies, autobiographies, and fiction The Shirley Jackson Project is a witty, poignant and immensely readable tribute to one of the twentieth century American literature s most talented, versatile, and significant authors If you love the work of Shirley Jackson, you will treasure this volume Bernice M Murphy, editor, Shirley Jackson Essays on the Literary LegacyContributors Jennifer Camper, Asher Lillie Craw, Michael Fahy, Colleen Frakes, Katie Fricas, Gabrielle Gamboa, Robert Kirby, Jon Macy, Dan Mazur, Annie Murphy, Eric Orner, Josh Simmons, Robert Triptow, Maggie Umber, Ivan Velez, Jr W Woods

    The Lottery Shirley Jackson Classic Short S This Web site is dedicated to the wonderful world of the short story and to all who enjoy reading shorts stories as I do I will try to add a few short stories every month. The Haunting of Hill House Penguin Classics One thing is for certain when you read, The Haunting of Hill House, and that one thing is that Shirley Jackson was born to write The Haunting of Hill House is a rare treat of her buttery prose and mysterious inuendo. Shirley Ann Jackson BlackPast Image Courtesy of Shirley Ann Jackson Shirley Ann Jackson, born in in Washington, D.C has achieved numerous firsts for African American women She was the first black woman to earn a Ph.D from Massachusetts Institute of Technology M.I.T to receive a Ph.D in theoretical Read MoreShirley Ann Jackson The Lottery by Shirley Jackson Summary Analysis Video A Look at The Lottery Shirley Jackson s The Lottery is a classic American short story known for its shocking twist ending and its insightful commentary on cultural traditions It was Chilling Facts About Shirley Jackson s The Haunting of Jackson was inspired to write the novel after reading about a group of th century psychic researchers who rented a house they believed to be haunted in order to study paranormal phenomena. The Haunting of Hill House Penguin Classics Shirley Jackson s The Haunting of Hill House has unnerved readers since its original publication in A tale of subtle, psychological terror, it has earned its place as one of the significant haunted house stories of the ages. The Haunting of Hill House Movie Tie In by Shirley Shirley Jackson was born in San Francisco on December , .She first received wide critical acclaim for The Lottery, which was published in The New Yorker in and went on to become one of the most anthologized stories in American literature.She is the author of six novels, including The Haunting of Hill House and We Have Always Lived in the Castle four collections of short We Have Always Lived in the Castle Penguin Orange Shirley Jackson received wide critical acclaim for her short story The Lottery, which was first published in the New Yorker in Her works available from Penguin Classics include We Have Always Lived in the Castle, The Haunting of Hill House, Come Along with Me, Hangsaman, The Bird s Nest, and The Sundial, as well as Life Among the Savages and Raising Demons available As We Lay Shirley Murdock YouTube Sep , Household sharing included Live TV from channels No cable box required Cancel anytime. Shirley Temple Death, Movies Facts Biography Synopsis Born on April , , in Santa Monica, California, Shirley Temple was a leading child film actress during the Great Depression, starring in works like Bright Eyes and Captain January

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    1. Robert Kirby Asher Craw Lillie Craw Jennifer Camper Michael Fahy Colleen Frakes Katie Fricas Gabrielle Gamboa

      Robert Kirby has been drawing publishing comics since 1991 His solo books include Curbside 1998, published with a Xeric Grant , and Curbside Boys 2002, Cleis Press His queerboy comics zine anthology Boy Trouble debuted in 1994 and there were two book collections from Green Candy Press The Book of Boy Trouble 2006 The Book of Boy Trouble Volume 2 Born to Trouble 2008 His other anthologies include the self published series THREE, nominated for an Ignatz Award in 2011 QU33R Northwest Press, 2014 , winner of the Ignatz for Outstanding Anthology What s Your Sign, Girl Cartoonists Talk about Their Sun Signs Ninth Art, 2015 , The Shirley Jackson Project Comics Inspired by her Life and Work.

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    1. **Update 5/10/17: The Shirley Jackson Project won second place in the Graphic Novels category at the 60th annual New England Book Show on 5/9/17. Congrats to artist Michael Fahy for his beautiful design work, and to Ninth Art Press.**Now that my latest anthology has been published and is beginning to get out into the world, I finally sat down and read it, cover to cover. Overall I'm really very happy with it; it had been a dream project of mine for a long time. The contributors—among them Josh [...]



    2. A beautiful, haunting, charming and eclectic tribute to an author whose work I am now very interested in. There are so many gems in here, I'm not going to bother calling any out. Magnificently curated. Definitely worth reading if you love comics, literature, horror, autobio, and/or Shirley Jackson!


    3. My wife got me this "for no reason" as is inscribed by her on the inside. The actual reason is that I am a fan of Shirley Jackson's work, obviously. Seventeen different artists illustrate an equal number of Ms. Jackson's stories in this book. It helps you to absorb what is being put across in those frames if you are familiar with the stories but it isn't necessary - the black and white cartoons are entertaining in their own cartoon way. There is a bio section about each of the artists at the end [...]


    4. This book gets five stars for existing, basically. Shirley Jackson forever! Thanks so much to Kelsey for getting this for me at Short Run! Some of these comics are really great, some are just OK, but I love the idea of a collection of comics inspired and adapted from an author I love. Definitely worth a look.


    5. A must have for Jackson completists! It made me want to read more of her work (and reread other stories) as well as the recent biography. And what more can you ask of a tribute project? Read some of her work beforehand so you can appreciate the humor, the poignancy and the domestic horror of these portraits.



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