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Sarah Annibale

A graduate of the 2017-2018 Novel Incubator program, Sarah is completing the “final”
revisions on her first crime novel, Head Case. Unlike her protagonist she’s never taken
the fall for murder, but she did intern in the Boston Medical Examiner’s office, pursuing
an MS in Forensics—until she realized that processing human remains made for better
story material than career material. Writing was the air in Sarah’s lungs until the baby
came along and took her breath away. Now she’s juggling motherhood, the novel, work-
work, her husband and geriatric French Bulldogs, and has accepted that she’ll never
sleep again. View all posts by Sarah →

Rachel Barenbaum

Rachel is the author of A BEND IN THE STARS, forthcoming from Grand Central in June 2019.
Rachel is a graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator program. In a former life she was a hedge fund manager and a spin instructor. She has degrees from Harvard in Business, and Literature and Philosophy. She lives in Hanover, NH with her husband, three children, and dog named Zishe—after the folk hero who inspires many tales around their dinner table.View all posts by Rachel →

Louise Berliner

Louise Berliner is currently completing a novel for this year’s Novel Incubator class. Her first book, Texas Guinan, Queen of the Night Clubs, is a biography of a New York night club hostess in the Roaring 20s, who was famous for saying, “Hello, Suckers!” Her poems, articles and short fiction have appeared in VQR, The Mom Egg, Porter Gulch Review, Ibbetson Review, Sacred Fire magazine, and several plein air chapbook collections. When not writing she can be found making sculptural baskets or tincturing herbs. View all posts by Louise →

Susan Donovan Bernhard

Susan Bernhard is a Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowship recipient, a GrubStreet Novel Incubator alum, and a bookseller at Belmont Books in Belmont, MA. Her debut novel WINTER LOON (Little A) captures the resilience of a boy determined to become a worthy man by confronting family demons, clawing his way out of the darkness, and forging a life from the shambles of a broken past. She lives with her husband and two children near Boston. View all posts by Susan →

Lisa Birk

A 2013 graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator, Lisa Birk was formerly a teacher of writing at Boston University and the project manager of Harvard University’s Narrative Journalism Program at the Nieman Foundation. Her work has appeared in many publications including Orion Magazine, the Harvard Review, The Boston Phoenix and The Boston Globe. It has also been anthologized in several books including W.W. Norton’s Abnormal Psychology. She is at work on her first novel, Maria LaHayeView all posts by Lisa →

Belle Brett

Belle Brett  is a proud graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator
program. As a child, she produced what would now be called graphic novels, but alas,
only the drawings remain as the words were strictly in the oral tradition. Now, several
degrees and careers later (teacher, career counselor, researcher), she writes fiction (no
pictures, but with a cinematic flavor) about coming-of-age across the life span. Her
debut novel, Gina in the Floating World, was published in September 2018 by She
Writes Press. She is also an artist (, blogs on “slow downsizing”
(, and enjoys traveling and dancing with her
husband and aging contemporaries to live music in the dive bars of Somerville and
Cambridge. All of it is grist for her writing mill. View all posts by Belle →

Helen Bronk

Helen Bronk graduated from Grub Street’s Novel Incubator in 2016 and continues work on her novel, Trotamundos, an inverted immigration story set in Cusco, Peru. She has traveled throughout Central and South America. Now a professional grant-writer, she spends too much of her spare time reading.  View all posts by Helen →

Sarah Colwill-Brown

Sarah’s creative work has appeared in The Conium Review, The Medulla Review, Poetry & Audience, and elsewhere. She is Marketing and Community Engagement Manager at GrubStreet, Boston’s creative writing center, and Assistant Managing Editor for Post Road magazine. A member of the 2014-15 Novel Incubator class, Sarah is at work on her first novel, and can usually be found curled up with her notebook, a stash of black ballpoint pens, and endless cups of tea. Sarah has lived in the US for four years and hails from Yorkshire, England, birthplace of the Brontes, Patrick Stewart, and not being from London.  View all posts by Sarah →

Julie Carrick Dalton

Julie Carrick Dalton is a graduate of the GrubStreet Novel Incubator. As a journalist, she has published articles in dozens of publications, including The Boston Globe, BusinessWeek, Inc. Magazine, and The Hollywood Reporter. She holds a Master’s in Creative Writing from Harvard Extension School, and her short stories have appeared in The MacGuffin, The Charles River Review, and the anthology Turning Points: Stories about Choice and Change. Her first novel manuscript won the 2017 William Faulkner Literary Competition and the 2017 Writer’s League of Texas contest. She is represented by Stacy Testa at Writers House. Mom to four kids and two dogs, Julie runs a 100-acre family farm and loves to ski, kayak, cook vegetarian food, and dig in the dirt. You can follow her @juliecardalt or  View all posts by Julie →

Cameron Dryden

Cameron Dryden is a writer, engineer, and inventor with 31 patents. He was NSBE Distinguished Engineer of the Year and is a lay preacher. A graduate of Grubstreet’s Novel Incubator, he’s revising two fiction novels about Onesimus, the first-century slave who escaped, returned, and eventually became bishop of Ephesus, fourth-largest city in the Roman empire. and all posts by Cameron →

Amber Elias

Amber Elias is a lawyer and a writer, traveler, eater, constant reader. She is an alum of the first Novel Incubator class. Depending on the day you ask, her novel is either an endless Sisyphean nightmare or a consuming labor of love. She lives in Somerville with her husband and her kid. View all posts by Amber →

Michele Ferrari

Michele Ferrari is a 2013-2014 Novel Incubator graduate and is working on her first novel. She grew up in Brooklyn, but now lives in Cambridge with her husband, kids, and Jack Russell terrier, Mr. Bond. She is running the 2014 Boston Marathon to raise money for a local charity, Next Step, that provides support and community for young people living with life-threatening illnesses, like HIV and cancer. View all posts by Michele →

Jack Ferris

Jack bought his first computer with contest money he won from writing a one-act comedy, then he used that computer to try writing novels. The computer and all of its component parts have long-since died, but at least one of the novels lived on to be a part of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator. In his spare time, he keeps a mostly defunct story blog at, argues with anti-feminists and works 9:00 – 5:00 in an office. View all posts by Jack →

Kelly J. Ford

Kelly J. Ford’s debut novel, COTTONMOUTHS, is out now from Skyhorse on June 6, 2017. She is an instructor for GrubStreet Writing Center and a regular contributor to the website Dead Darlings. Her fiction has appeared in Black Heart MagazineFried Chicken and Coffee, and Knee-Jerk Magazine. She can be found at and all posts by Kelly →

Marc Foster

Marc’s short fiction has appeared in Hunger Mountain, Santa Clara Review, and South Carolina Review. As a founding board member of GrubStreet, he helped the organization develop over eight years to become the premier non-profit writing center in New England and a nationally recognized model. During that time, Marc co-founded the Memoir Project, a joint venture between GrubStreet and The City of Boston that teaches seniors how to write. He currently serves on the board of 826 Boston, the New England chapter of Dave Eggers’ youth-focused non-profit. View all posts by Marc →

Lissa Franz

Lissa Franz is a PEN Discovery Award recipient in fiction and holds an MA in Creative Writing from Boston University. Her short fiction has appeared in Fogged Clarity and Missouri Review. She loves teaching memoir, swimming in open water, and researching anything that has to do with strong women in history. She is currently revising a novel. View all posts by Lissa →

Stephanie Gayle

Stephanie Gayle is the author of Idyll Threats, the first in the Chief Lynch series. The second in the series is due out Fall 2017. Her first novel is My Summer of Southern Discomfort. Her stories and non-fiction have appeared in The Potomac Review, Kenyon Review Online and Punchnel’s, among others. She’s been nominated twice for a Pushcart prize. She can be found at and all posts by Stephanie →

Kat Gibson

Kat Gibson is a 2015 graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator. She works in tax law and often travels to fantasy worlds, usually when reading the IRS Code.
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Deborah Good

Deborah Good received an Honorable Mention in the 2018 James Jones First Novel Competition for her novel-in-progress, Viktor Schmitz and is a 2015 graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator program. After a childhood on Long Island, she did stints in Ann Arbor and Somerville, ended up in Brookline and hasn’t budged since then. She is the mother of two grown daughters. View all posts by Deborah →

Carol D. Gray

Carol D. Gray is a graduate of the 2013 Novel Incubator Program. She is also a psychologist who worked in mental health for twenty years before starting to write novels. View all posts by Carol →

Mark Guerin

Mark Guerin is a 2014 graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator program. An award-winning poet in college, he shifted to playwriting in the 80’s where he developed plays at the Chicago Dramatists Workshop (a Grub Street for playwrights). He’s won an Illinois Arts Council Grant and has an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Brandeis University. His debut novel, You Can See More From Up Here, will be published by Golden Antelope Press in October, 2019. Mark lives in Harpswell, ME, with his wife, Carol, and two Brittany Spaniels. To reach Mark Guerin, email him at View all posts by Mark →

Shalene Gupta

Shalene Gupta has a Masters from Columbia Journalism School. In the past she was a reporter on Fortune where she wrote about the intersection of diversity and tech. Her work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, ESPN-W, and Kirkus Reviews, among others. Before working as a reporter, she taught English in Malaysia on a Fulbright scholarship and wrote a book documenting the history of the Malaysian Fulbright program. She’s worked as the Manuscript Mart Coordinator for GrubStreet’s Muse and the Marketplace. She’s currently working on a book on trust and business for Harvard Business School, and a YA novel with the Novel Incubator program. View all posts by Shalene →

Leanna Hamill

Leanna Hamill is a graduate of the 2017-2018 Grub Street Novel Incubator, and an attorney. She is currently at work on her first novel, Almost Home, about a young woman’s return home to her small fishing town after her estranged father has died. View all posts by Leanna →

Michelle Hoover

Michelle Hoover is the Fannie Hurst Writer-in-Residence at Brandeis University and teaches at GrubStreet, where she leads the Novel Incubator program. She is a 2014 NEA Fellow and has been a Writer-in-Residence at Bucknell University, a MacDowell Fellow, and a winner of the PEN/New England Discovery Award. Her debut, The Quickening, was a 2010 Massachusetts Book Award “Must Read.” Her second novel, Bottomland, was published by Grove/Atlantic in March 2016. She is a native of Iowa and lives in Boston. For more, go to View all posts by Michelle →

Rose Himber Howse

Rose Himber Howse is a student in GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator. She is currently revising her first novel, Stones They Broke, which explores queer identity in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Rose enjoys writing about, and eating, neon orange foods. She also teaches literacy to adults in Boston. View all posts by Rose →

Cynthia Johnson

Cynthia Johnson’s career in television, radio and film lasted over 35 years. Her production experience ranged from public service campaigns, documentaries, docu-dramas and live studio productions. Ms. Johnson worked for PBS, NBC and CBS affiliates and has won 9-New England EMMY Awards, 2-Gold World Medal from the International Film and Television Festival of New York, CEBA Award from the National Association of Black Journalists and the 2003 Massachusetts Psychological Award for her contributions in broadcast and media.

Ms. Johnson has written several dramatic scripts for television including the docu-drama, Journey of Courage, a historical look at 350 years of black presence in New England and WGBH’s Ellington’s Sentimental Mood.

In 2000, Ms. Johnson wrote a dramatic piece for Gore Place Museum in Waltham entitled, The Trunk, a biography of Robert Roberts, the domestic of Massachusetts Federalist Governor, Christopher Gore. The Trunk has been performed for over 5K students throughout New England.

Currently, Ms. Johnson is working on her first novel with GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator. View all posts by Cynthia →

Sharissa Jones

Sharissa Jones hails from rural Nebraska, growing up on a farm that is fifty miles from the nearest McDonald’s and somehow her fiction always ends up back on the plains. She is a member of the 2015 GrubStreet Novel Incubator class and is currently working on a novel about a wrongful conviction set in, of course, Nebraska. Sharissa lives in Cambridge, MA with her husband and two young daughters. View all posts by Sharissa →

Kim Libby

Kim Libby is 2015 graduate of the Novel Incubator Program, and she is at work revising her first novel: a work of historical fiction set in her native state of Maine. Kim has taught English Literature/Writing for eleven years, including one year as the Writer-in-Residence at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C. She currently teaches at Noble & Greenough, an independent school in Dedham, MA.View all posts by Kim →

Pamela Loring

Pamela Loring is a writer and editor who is busy reworking her first novel, Breeding Grounds, in the 2016 Novel Incubator program. She is the founder of the Salty Quill Writers Retreat for Women, which is based on residencies she’s very happy to have been awarded by The Edward Albee Foundation, Ragdale, C-Scape, Turkey Land Cove Foundation, and Peaked Hill Trust. She also runs a writers’ workshop at North River Arts Society, where she organizes readings and writing workshops. For more info, visit her websiteView all posts by Pamela →

Louise Miller

Louise Miller is a writer and pastry chef living in Boston, MA. Her debut novel, THE CITY BAKER’S GUIDE TO COUNTRY LIVING was selected as an Indie Next pick by the American Booksellers Association, a Library Reads pick by Librarians across the U.S., and was shortlisted by the America Library Association’s Reading List Council for best women’s fiction in 2017.  Her 2nd novel is THE LATE BLOOMERS’ CLUB. In addition to being a writer and baker, Louise is an art school dropout, an amateur flower gardener, an old-time banjo player, an obsessive moviegoer, and a champion of old dogs. Find out more at Louise Miller. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. View all posts by Louise →

E. B. Moore

E. B. Moore is a metal sculptor turned writer. Her chapbook of poems, New Eden, A Legacy, (Finishing Line Press, 2009) served as the foundation for her novel, An Unseemly Wife (NAL/Penguin). These writings are based on family stories from her Amish roots in Lancaster Pennsylvania. Ms. Moore graduated from GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator and has received full fellowships to The Vermont Studio Center and Yaddo.  Her second novel, Stones in the Road (NAL/Penguin Random House) was published on 9/6/15.  She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts View all posts by E.B. →

Alison Murphy

Alison Murphy is a freelance writer and Senior Program Manager at GrubStreet, one of the world’s leading independent creative writing centers. Her nonfiction can be found in ROAR Magazine, Men’s Journal, and elsewhere. In her spare time, she teaches creative writing to inmates at the Bay State Correctional Center. Alison can usually be found at her laptop with her faithful basset hound Murray at her feet, hard at work on her first novel. View all posts by Alison →

Michael Nolan

Michael Nolan is a member of the Novel Incubator’s second class. He writes and he reads and he enjoys working out in his gym. In winter, he takes solitary rides to Outer Cape Cod, where he sits high on the dunes of Wellfleet, looking down and listening to the roll of the unrelenting sea. It’s always the same sound. Yet, strangely, it never gets boring. View all posts by Michael →

Tracey Palmer

Tracey Palmer is a freelance writer and editor, and regularly speaks at national conferences on persuasive writing and storytelling. Tracey is a graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator and co-editor of Dead Darlings. She’s attended the Salty Quill Writers Retreat and was selected to attend the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her first, unpublished novel was named a finalist in the 2018 Writer’s League of Texas manuscript competition. She’s currently working on a novel about a young, single mother, who is also a veteran of the war in Afghanistan. You can reach her at View all posts by Tracey →

Patricia Park

Patricia Park is from NYC. She received her MFA from Boston University and is an alumna of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator. Her first novel RE JANE, a Korean-American retelling of JANE EYRE, was published in May 2015 with Pamela Dorman Books/Penguin/Viking. View all posts by Patricia →

Julie Peterson

Julie Peterson is a freelance writer and editor in the tech space. She is a 2018 graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator and is currently working on a novel about a war photographer and the ethics of photojournalism. Though she is a huge fan of the Oxford comma, Julie has an irrational hatred of ampersands. She has three kids, one spouse, and a goofy dog. In her free time, she does laundry.
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Meghana Ranganathan

Meghana Ranganathan is an alum of the Novel Incubator (2018-2019) and a Ph.D student at MIT studying ice flow in Antarctica. Her science communication work has appeared in Scientific American and TEDx. She is currently working on a family saga and loves reading, writing, and talking about reading and writing. View all posts by Meghana →

Hesse Phillips

Hesse Phillips is a graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator Program. She is a 2019 recipient of the Bridport Prize Highly Commended Award and has been published in The Bridport Review. In January 2020, Embark: A Literary Journal for Novelists published the first chapter of her novel-in-progress, Lightborne, about the death of Christopher Marlowe. She holds a PhD in Drama from Tufts University and will talk your ear off about all things relating to Elizabethan theatre. Originally from Pittsburgh, she now lives in Madrid, Spain. View all posts by Hesse →

Kelly Robertson

Kelly Robertson is a graduate of the Novel Incubator and is working on a novel loosely based on the first female trainer of guide dogs for the blind. She is a recovering CPA and lives with her two whippets, Zoe and Zephyr. When not writing, she can be found walking her whippets through the streets of Cambridge. Her flash fiction can be heard at The Drum, a Literary Magazine for Your Ears. She blogs about writing and dogs at and randomly tweets on Twitter at @robertsonkelly. View all posts by Kelly →

Laura Roper

Laura Roper is working on an historical novel and is a current Novel Incubator student. She works in the field of international development as a nonprofit management consultant, although her appetite for adventure isn’t what it once was. She lives in Somerville, but spends a good deal of time on the Cape and on the road. View all posts by Laura →

Emily Ross

Emily Ross is the author of the YA thriller Half in Love with Death (Simon & Schuster/ Simon Pulse). Half in Love with Death  was named a finalist for best YA novel in the International Thriller Writers 2016 Thriller Awards. She received a 2014 MCC Artist Fellowship finalist award for fiction. She lives in Quincy Massachusetts. Find out more at or follow her on Facebook, Instagram, or TwitterView all posts by Emily →

Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne

Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne grew up reading, writing, and shooting in East Tennessee. After graduating from Amherst College, she worked at The Atlantic Monthly. Her nonfiction work has been published in The Atlantic Monthly, Boston Globe, and Globalpost, among others and her short fiction has appeared in The Broad River Review and Barren Magazine.  Her essay on how killing a deer made her a feminist was published in Click! When We Knew We Were Feminists, edited by Courtney E. Martin and J. Courtney Sullivan. She is a graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator. Her debut novel, Holding On To Nothing, comes out October 22, 2019. She lives outside Boston with her husband and four children. View all posts by Elizabeth →

Yichen (Lily) Shi

Yichen (Lily) Shi is a PhD candidate in Theoretical Physics at Harvard University. She had her childhood in Shanghai, her teenage years in Sydney, and has since travelled the world. She is working on a Bildungsroman set in Pakistan. Learn more at Lily Yichen Shi
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Pat Sollner

Pat Sollner’s work has appeared in The Mississippi Review, Cat’s Ear, The Seneca Review, and Oasis. “Dust to Dust” was one of the winners in The Drum 2012 Flash Contest. Pat holds a PhD in Comparative Literature with a concentration in Russian Literature. She received NDEA fellowships to study in the USSR during the Cold War, and has taught Russian and Russian Literature at the University of Massachusetts, and essay writing at Simmons College and Boston University. She is a 2014 graduate of the Novel Incubator, and is at work on her novel, Leningrad RouletteView all posts by Pat →

Sara Shukla

Sara Shukla is a current-year student in the Novel Incubator. She lives in Providence, RI, with her husband and three kids, where she’s writing a book about lies, drugs, and yacht clubs. She taught writing at Boston College and James Madison University, and holds degrees in literature and teaching from the University of Virginia. She also worked at Patagonia and has an intimate knowledge of fleece. View all posts by Sara →

Mandy Syers

Mandy Syers is a graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator program. She lives in Providence, RI, where she is a writer and an EMT. Her company, Legacy Letters, helps parents write keepsake letters to their children. View all posts by Mandy →

R. J. Taylor

R.J. Taylor was part of the pilot year of the Novel Incubator program of Boston’s Grub Street writing center. She received her B.A. from UC, Santa Cruz and M.F.A. from Emerson College. She is currently working on two novels, one a literary story about a neurologist, the other a high fantasy novel. She lives in Somerville, splitting her time between writing and posing as a mild-mannered librarian. View all posts by R.J. →

Leslie Teel

Leslie Teel is a Year Six graduate of the Novel Incubator where she worked on her YA suspense novel TELL EVIE I SAID HI. Her short fiction has appeared in The Blue Lake Review and Amarillo Bay. Leslie currently lives in Watertown, MA with two stripey cats and a non-stripey human. She watches a lot of TV featuring snarky, angst-ridden teens. Instagram: @leslie.teel View all posts by Leslie Teel →

Hadley Timmermann

Hadley Timmermann is a high school senior and aspiring author who lives with her family south of Boston. She works at Buttonwood Books and Toys in Cohasset, Massachusetts, and has studied with Grub Street and the Sewanee Young Writers Program.

Milo Todd

Milo Todd is a writer, editor, and educator. His fiction focuses on trans and queer history, with additional works on the trans experience and the trans body. He was selected for Lambda Literary, Pitch Wars, Tin House, Monson Arts, and the Novel Incubator. He’s also an editor of fiction for Foglifter Journal, an award-winning journal for LGBTQ+ writers. You can find him at View all posts by Milo →

Bonnie Waltch

Bonnie Waltch has worked in documentary television, museum exhibit production, and non-profit arts management. She is currently a producer and writer for museum media at Northern Light Productions.  She was thrilled to be part of the 2014-15 Novel Incubator class and is seeking representation for her YA novel, Finding Black Jaguar. View all posts by Bonnie →

Ashley Weckbacher

Ashley is a sixth-year Novel Incubator student working on a fairy tale about selkies and motherhood. She’s been writing stories set on boats since before she could read and spends a significant amount of her time at the New England Aquarium. For “research.” View all posts by Ashley →

Jerry Whelan

Jerry Whelan graduated from Boston Latin School, Boston College & Middlebury College. While still teaching languages at Boston College High School, he completed a draft of his first novel, an historical saga set in 19th century Boston. It includes a Darling of a character he’s still loath to kill, who speaks in near-incomprehensible Joycean tongues. Not surprisingly, this MS is serving as an excellent doorstop. His second novel, The Man Who Walked In Circles, graduated from GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator program, and is a better Man for it, though not yet the Man of Jerry’s dreams. Jerry’s publications to date include translations of Mario Vargas Llosa in Salmagundi, and his first published short story “Pasquale The Glassblower,” in the Fall 2012 issue of the Madison Review. Jerry’s current language obsession is German. Es lebe Dead Darlings! View all posts by Jerry →

Anna Williams

Anna Williams is a Novel Generator alum working on a middle-grade novel about the seductive and dangerous power of fantasy worlds. She lives in Boston with her husband and two really excellent cats. You can see these excellent cats for yourself on Instagram via @lady_catsalot.  View all posts by Anna →

Rob Wilstein

Rob Wilstein is a 2012 graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator program. He is currently working on a third novel, a family saga set on Martha’s Vineyard. Rob lives in Arlington, MA. with his wife and Portuguese Water Dog.  View all posts by Rob →

Cara Wood

Cara Wood is a member of the 2015 GrubStreet Novel Incubator class and editor of DeadDarlings. A PR and marketing professional by day, she holds a master’s degree in communication from Clark University. You can follow her on Twitter @theory2lifeView all posts by Cara →

Jennie Wood

Jennie Wood is a non-binary author, comic creator and musician. They created the critically acclaimed, award-winning Flutter graphic novel series. Flutter was named one of The Advocate’s best LGBTQ graphic novels of the year, a Barnes & Noble book of the month, an INDIEFAB Book of the Year finalist, and a Virginia Library Association Diversity Honor Book. In 2018, Dark Horse published The Flutter Collection, the entire series in one book, which won the Next Generation Indie Book award for best graphic novel of the year. Jennie is also the author of the award-winning YA novel, A Boy Like Me. Their work can be seen in several anthologies, including The New York Times best-selling FUBAR, the Eisner award-winning anthology Love is Love, and John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweenNight. Jennie’s next graphic novel, Paper Planes, will be published in May 2023 by Maverick. For more: View all posts by Jennie →

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