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Carol Tyler is an award winning comic book artist/writer whose autobiographical stories reflect her struggles as an artist, worker, daughter, wife and mother. Her work has been praised by Robert Crumb, Chris Ware, Studs Terkel, and Time magazine.
Acclaim for You'll Never Know:
2013 Eisner Award Nominee: Best Reality-Based Work; Best Graphic Album — New; Best Writer/Artist; Best Lettering
2011 Eisner Award Nominee: Best Reality-Based Work; Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (Interior Art)
2011 Ignatz Award Nominee: Outstanding Series
2010 Eisner Award Nominee: Best Writer/Artist — Non-Fiction; Best Painter/Multimedia Artist
Finalist, 2010 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Graphic Novels
2009 Ignatz Award Nominee: Outstanding Artist
"Lulu of the Year" Nominee, 2010 Lulu Awards
Honorable Mention on Publishers Weekly's "2012 Graphic Novel Critics' Poll"
Named "Best Autobiography/Biography of 2012" by Paul Gravett
Ranked #3 on Douglas Wolk's Best Graphic Novels of 2010 at TIME.com – Techland
Ranked #4 on the Best Comics and Graphic Novels of 2010 by the Austin American-Statesman
Named one of "The Most Memorable Comics & Graphic Novels of 2010" by NPR's Glen Weldon
Ranked #5 on Rob Clough's Top 50 Books of 2010 at High-Low
A "Notable Comic" in The Best American Comics 2011
Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2009 — Comics
Selected one of the 5 Best Comics of 2009 by Ellen Abramowitz, President of the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA)
#11, Best Comics (First Run or Definitively Collected) of 2009, The Comics Reporter
"Remarkable." – Paul Buhle (Senior Lecturer, Brown University), The Daily Cross Hatch, "The Best Damned Comics of 2009 Chosen by the Artists"
C. Tyler A graphic memoir of the author’s relationship with her World War II veteran father, and how his war experience shaped her childhood and affected her relationships in adulthood, stunningly rendered in detailed inks and subtle watercolors. Product Details...
C. Tyler An intimate, engrossing story of war, love, loss, family, and memory. The second part of Tyler's graphic memoir delves deeper into her father's horrific wartime experiences in Italy and her current cycle of family dysfunction. Product Details...
C. Tyler A graphic memoir of the author’s relationship with her World War II veteran father, and how his war experience shaped her childhood and affected her relationships in adulthood. The complete trilogy at a great discounted price. Product Details...
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