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Robyn Chapman

Robyn Chapman

Robyn Chapman is a publisher, cartoonist and an educator. Her cartooning workshops have brought her to classrooms at The Center for Cartoon Studies, The School of Visual Art, The New School, Wellesley College and The University of Iowa. She is currently an assistant editor at Graphic Universe, the graphic novel imprint of Lerner Publishing Group. She also runs a mini-comics publishing house called Paper Rocket. Her first book, "Drawing Comics Lab," will be published this fall. 

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Robyn Chapman

Robyn Chapman

Robyn Chapman is a publisher, cartoonist and an educator. Her cartooning workshops have brought her to classrooms at The Center for Cartoon Studies, The School of Visual Art, The New School, Wellesley College and The University of Iowa. She is currently an assistant editor at Graphic Universe, the graphic novel imprint of Lerner Publishing Group. She also runs a mini-comics publishing house called Paper Rocket. Her first book, "Drawing Comics Lab," will be published this fall. 

Other articles by this author

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What We Look Like: A Comic About Women in Media

By Robyn Chapman and Anne Elizabeth Moore, Truthout | Graphic Journalism