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Nate Powell      

Award Winning Graphic Novelist, Known for the "March" Series

Nate Powell (b. 1978, Little Rock, Arkansas) is the first cartoonist ever to win the National Book Award. His Eisner Award-winning work includes civil rights icon John Lewis’ historic March trilogy, Come Again, Two Dead, and viral comics essay About Face, as well as Any Empire, Swallow Me Whole, and The Silence Of Our Friends.

Powell’s work has also received the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, the Michael L. Printz Award, two Ignatz Awards, four YALSA Great Graphic Novels For Teens selections, the Walter Dean Myers Award, and is a two-time Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist. He has discussed his work at the United Nations, as well as on MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show, PBS, CNN, and Free Speech TV.

He lives in Bloomington, Indiana.



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BEST BOOKS OF 2013: How artist Nate Powell helps tell John Lewis's compelling civil-rights story, 'March.'

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