29 min

Interview: Savanna Ganucheau The NewberyTart Podcast

    • Society & Culture

On this episode, Marcy and Jennie talk to illustrator Savanna Ganucheau. Her most recent project is a graphic novel adaptation of 2011 Newbery Honor novel Turtle in Paradise by Jennifer Holm.
Savanna Ganucheau is a comic artist from New Orleans, Louisiana with a BFA in Film from The University of New Orleans. She made her start in comics by self-publishing and selling her work in small comic book shops around New Orleans. Alongside creating the popular webcomic George and Johnny, Savanna’s artwork has appeared in notable publications including Jem and the Holograms, Adventure Time Comics, and Lumberjanes. Her first graphic novel Bloom is published by First Second.
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On this episode, Marcy and Jennie talk to illustrator Savanna Ganucheau. Her most recent project is a graphic novel adaptation of 2011 Newbery Honor novel Turtle in Paradise by Jennifer Holm.
Savanna Ganucheau is a comic artist from New Orleans, Louisiana with a BFA in Film from The University of New Orleans. She made her start in comics by self-publishing and selling her work in small comic book shops around New Orleans. Alongside creating the popular webcomic George and Johnny, Savanna’s artwork has appeared in notable publications including Jem and the Holograms, Adventure Time Comics, and Lumberjanes. Her first graphic novel Bloom is published by First Second.
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29 min

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