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Reilly, Joan

Reilly, Joan

Personal

Female.

Addresses

Home—New York, NY. E-mail—[email protected]

Career

Illustrator and cartoonist, 1996—.

Awards, Honors

Pcom Creative Award, 2008.

Illustrator

Bert Metter, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah: The Ceremony, the Party, and How the Day Came to Be, Clarion Books (New York, NY), 2007.

Contributing editor to Hi-Horse Comics. Creator of "Hank and Barbara" (Web comic), posted at Next-Door Neighbor, http://www.smithmag.net. Contributor to Hi-Horse Omnibus, Alternative Comics; Studs Terkel's Working: A Graphic Adaptation, by Harvey Pekar, New Press; and I Saw You …, edited by Julia Wertz, Three Rivers Press, 2009. Contributor of illustrations to "Goodwords" (puzzle feature of "Ask Marilyn" weekly column), Parade magazine.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, July 1, 2007, Kay Weisman, review of Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah: The Ceremony, the Party, and How the Day Came to Be, p. 52.

Kirkus Reviews, July 15, 2007, review of Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah.

School Library Journal, November, 2007, Rachel Kamin, review of Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, p. 110.

ONLINE

Creativeshake.com,http://www.creativeshake.com/ (November 1, 2008), "Joan Reilly."

Ispot.com,http://www.theispot.com/ (November 1, 2008), "Joan Reilly."

Joan Reilly Home Page,http://www.joanreilly.com (November 1, 2008).

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