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History, Comics, and Representation: An Interview with Jason Rodriguez

Jason Rodriguez, Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated creator behind the Colonial Comics series, sits down with Comics in the Classroom to talk curation, creation, and shining a light on little known tales. The latest volume, Colonial Comics New England 1750-1775, is available now from Fulcrum Publishing. Order today from Amazon or pick it up at your local bookseller!…

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Colonial Comics New England 1620-1750

As a kid, one of my favorite books was a collection of short biographies of famous women from the American Revolutionary period. Each story was accompanied by a beautifully painted illustration; it was my first introduction to the importance of women in shaping this country’s story. Colonial Comics New England 1620-1750 aims to shine that same light on the overlooked and forgotten of America’s early period.…

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Welcome to Comics in the Classroom, a new blog for K-12 educators looking to integrate graphic literature into their classrooms! We’ll be launching later this week. In the meantime, I invite you to peruse our About page to learn more about the project.…

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