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Author photo. Christine Norrie at a signing of the anthology Secret Identities at Midtown Comics Times Square on May 23, 2009. Photo by Nightscream.

Christine Norrie at a signing of the anthology Secret Identities at Midtown Comics Times Square on May 23, 2009. Photo by Nightscream.

Christine Norrie

Author of Hopeless Savages

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Christine Norrie is an artist, writer and designer. She has had her comics published by the finest publishers, as well as produced artwork in other media/industries creating concept art, storyboards, fashion graphics, and book illustration. Her most noted work include her original graphic novel Cheat , the Oni Press series Hopeless Savages, and the teen drama Breaking Up published in 2007 by Scholastic. Norrie has earned two Eisner nominations, A Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Nomination, and a 9th Panel and New York City Comic Book Museum Award.

She works and lives in New York City with her daughter.
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