The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers: And Other Gruesome Tales
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Thames & Hudson
November 23, 2021
6.8 X 9.5 X 0.7 inches | 1.1 pounds
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About the Author
Jen Campbell is a Sunday Times bestselling author and award-winning poet. She is the author of ten published books of nonfiction, poetry, short stories, and children's books. Jen specializes in the history of fairy tales and the representation of disfigurement, giving guest lectures at universities, museums, and book festivals on this topic. Her video installation on the history of fairy tales is currently part of an exhibition at Suffolk University, Boston, MA. Jen's YouTube channel, which has over 57,000 subscribers, includes popular vlogs on the history of fairy tales.
Adam de Souza is a Canadian cartoonist and illustrator. He has been drawing comics for as long as he can remember and self-publishing his work for the past five years. His series A Gleaming was nominated for two Doug Wright Awards in 2021. Adam is currently working with a publisher on an unannounced young adult graphic novel, as well his online comic strip Blind Alley. Outside of comics, he has illustrated a children's book for Thames & Hudson UK called The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers and has illustrated for publications such as The Globe and Mail and Reader's Digest.