Craig Matthew Thompson (born September 21, 1975) is a graphic novelist best known for his books Good-bye, Chunky Rice (1999), Blankets (2003), Carnet de Voyage (2004) and Habibi (2011). Thompson has received four Harvey Awards, three Eisner Awards, and two Ignatz Awards. In 2007, his cover design for the ...
Memorial Sloan Kettering President Craig Thompson studies molecular signaling pathways that regulate nutrient uptake and the role these pathways play in the regulation of cell growth and survival.
Jul 13, 2017 ... After laying dormant for far too long, I'm touring again – this time to South Korea for the Bucheon International Comics Festival (their twentieth year!) July 19th- 23rd, 2017, and a store event at Book By Book in Seoul on July 22nd, and plenty of promotion for the Open Books/Mimesis editions of my books.
Craig Thompson graphic novelist. 24905 likes · 17 talking about this. Craig Thompson is the author of Habibi, Blankets, Carnet de Voyage, andGood-bye...
CRAIG THOMPSON was born in Michigan in 1975. He is the writer and artist of the critically acclaimed graphic novels Blankets, Habibi, Space Dumplins, Good- bye, Chunky Rice, and Carnet de Voyage. He was awarded three Eisner awards, three Harvey awards, two Ignatz awards, and a Grammy nomination for album ...
J. Craig Thompson is the Gilbert and Helen Churchill Professor in the Marketing Department of the Wisconsin School of Business. His research focuses on issues related to the use of qualitative methodologies in marketing, gender differences among consumers, media effects on consumer perceptions and body images, ...
Jan 11, 2018 ... Blankets has been garlanded with praise since its publication in 2003, winning an Eisner award and regularly featuring in lists of the best graphic novels of all time. But Thompson's autobiographical tale of family life and young love in the American midwest has never before received an official UK release.
One of the most critically-acclaimed cartoonists of his generation, Craig Thompson was born in Traverse City, Michigan in 1975 and raised outside a small town in central Wisconsin. His award-winning graphic novels include Good -Bye, Chunky Rice, Blankets, and Carnet de Voyage.