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Day 6 Banned Books Week - Making of the Slaughterhouse-Five graphic novel

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The editor, writer and illustrator reveal how they turned the Kurt Vonnegut classic "Slaughterhouse-Five" into a graphic novel

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BOOM! Studios Executive Editor Sierra Hahn, author/adapter Ryan North and illustrator Albert Monteys tell MC Debra Des Vignes the story behind the making of the graphic novel of Slaughterhouse-Five.

This is a virtual event and you will receive access information shortly before the event. For the complete schedule of Banned Books Week Events, please visit vonnegutlibrary.org. Click here to order your copy.

Ryan North is the writer responsible for Dinosaur Comics, the Eisner and Harvey award-winning Adventure Time comics, the #1 bestselling anthology series Machine of Death and the New York Times bestselling and Eisner-award winning Unbeatable Squirrel Girl series for Marvel. He's turned Shakespeare into NYT-bestselling choose-your-own-path books, and his book HOW TO INVENT EVERYTHING is nothing less than a complete cheat sheet for civilization. He recently adapted Kurt Vonnegut's SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE into a graphic novel. He lives in Toronto, where he once messed up walking his dog so badly it made the news.

Albert Monteys i Homar is a Spanish comic writer and illustrator, mostly known for his work in the satirical weekly magazine El Jueves of which he was the director from 2006 until January 2011. November 2014, Universe! #1, which was created, written and drawn by Monteys, was published on Panel Syndicate. It is a science fiction anthology series. The series was nominated in for a 2017 Eisner Award for Digital Comic. Mr. Monteys recently illustrated the graphic novelization of Kurt Vonnegut's SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE. He lives and works in Barcelona.

Debra Des Vignes is the founder of Indiana Prison Writers Workshop (IPWW), an Indianapolis not-for-profit that delivers creative writing workshops through the Indiana Department of Correction to men and women serving prison terms in the state’s correctional facilities.

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