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Ellen J. Lippert

Ellen J. Lippert was a tenured professor of art history and Western humanities for over seventeen years. She now uses her writing and research talents to guide millions of people across digital platforms. ...

John A. Lent

John A. Lent taught at the university level from 1960 to 2011, with stints in the Philippines, Malaysia, Canada, China, and the United States. He has authored or edited eighty-seven books, including Asian ...

Carrie Helms Tippen

Carrie Helms Tippen is associate professor of English at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Tippen is author of Inventing Authenticity: How Cookbook Writers Redefine Southern Identity. She ...

Nicolas Labarre

Nicolas Labarre is professor of American studies at University of Bordeaux Montaigne. He is author of Understanding Genres in Comics, La Bande Dessinée Contemporaine, and Heavy Metal, l’autre Métal ...

Unpalatable

The cookbook genre is highly conventional with an orientation toward celebration and success. From glossy photographs to heartwarming stories and adjective-rich ingredient lists, their tradition primes ...

George Pérez

Born in the South Bronx to Puerto Rican parents, artist and writer George Pérez (1954–2022) cut his teeth in the 1970s as an artist at Marvel who worked on lesser titles like The Deadly Hands of Kung ...

Moebius

By Nicolas Labarre
Categories: Comics Studies
Series: Biographix

Jean Giraud (1938–2012) started drawing comics in the late 1950s for a variety of French comics magazines. Under his real name, he found success in 1963 with the western series Blueberry, written by ...

George Valentine Dureau

By Howard Philips Smith
Foreword by Daniel Hammer
Categories: Photography

New Orleans artist George Valentine Dureau (1930–2014) has always been an enigma. His status as an important artist gained momentum beginning with his first exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art, ...

Voices and Visions

Edited by Nancy Dixon & Leslie Petty
Categories: Literature

Contributions by Ruth R. Caillouet, Mary C. Carruth, Nancy Dixon, Kathleen Downes, Edward J. Dupuy, Shari Evans, Paul Fess, Carina Evans Hoffpauir, Leslie Petty, Heidi Podlasi-Labrenz, Tierney S. Powell, ...

Davy Murrah

Davy Murrah is a lifelong resident of the Pascagoula River Swamp in south Mississippi and is the oldest son of Herman Murrah.