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Shaenon Garrity

Shaenon K. Garrity
WonderCon 2005
Born (1978-05-04) May 4, 1978 (age 36)
Citizenship American
Alma mater Vassar College
Occupation webcomics writer and artist
Years active 2000 to present
Known for creator of Narbonic
Spouse(s) Andrew Farago
Relatives Conor (brother)
Awards 2005 Outstanding Writing award,
nominated for Outstanding Comedic Comic by Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards, 2005 Lulu of the Year Award from The Friends of Lulu

Shaenon K. Garrity (born May 4, 1978) is a comiXology.com from 2007 to 2012, and currently writes a webcomic review column called No One Knows You're A Dog for The Comics Journal.

She created the webcomic Smithson, with art by Robert Stevenson, Brian Moore, and Roger Langridge. The strip was first called More Fun and premiered in September 2003 as one of the original strips on the subscription-based site Graphic Smash. The strip, which makes some use of infinite canvas techniques, follows the exploits of the self-appointed campus superhero, Chamucka Man, and several students who attend Smithson College.

In 2005, More Fun moved to Webcomics Nation under the new name Smithson. She has also written for Marvel Comics, including their 2005-2007 Marvel Holiday Specials.[2]

In 2010, Garrity contributed the story "Prison Knife Fight" to the Machine of Death anthology. She had additional prose stories published over the next two years, and joined the Science Fiction Writers of America in 2012. She has worked for Viz Media since 2000, serving as a manga editor since 2003.

Personal life

Garrity is married to artist and Cartoon Art Museum curator Andrew Farago.[3] Garrity has contributed to the magazine Otaku USA and reviewed manga for Jason Thompson's Manga: The Complete Guide. She appeared in Adventures Into Digital Comics, a 2006 documentary on the comics industry.[4]

Awards and Honors

In 1997, Jeff Smith announced a contest in the letters page of his comic book series Bone inviting readers to name the baby rat creature who featured prominently in the then-current storyline. Garrity submitted the name "Bartleby," derived from Herman Melville's short story Bartleby, the Scrivener, which was chosen by Smith and announced in the 28th issue of Bone.

In August 2003, Garrity's fans mounted NarboniCon, the first of four annual gatherings devoted to her popular webcomic .

In 2005, Garrity won the Outstanding Writing award, and was also nominated for Outstanding Comedic Comic, from the Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards,[5] She was also named co-Lulu of the Year by the Friends of Lulu,[6] sharing the award with the Flight anthology.

References

External links

  • comiXology
  • Shaenon K. Garrity official web site
  • Shaenon K. Garrity's blog
  • Interview with Futureal Studio
  • Interview with Ed Chavez
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