The stories of survivors
By Daniela Shapiro
Writer and illustrator of The Stories of Survivors, Daniela now attends The University of Rochester, studying philosophy and political science. She's most passionate about moral philosophy and hopes her art and storytelling skills will help her communicate her political and ethical views in a new and relatable way.
Lettering by Rick Parker (born 1946) is an American artist, writer, cartoonist, and educator whose humorous artwork has appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, Time magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Life magazine, and various comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Edited by Stanley K Shapiro, head of Teaming Sure Entertainment Company. He has been a practicing lawyer in New York for over thirty years and has studied comics and graphic novels for even longer.
email: stanleykshapiro@ teamingsure.com
QUOTES AND REVIEWS
THE STORIES OF SURVIVORS
--(Karen Berger, renowned comics editor, Berger Books, Founder/formerly editor of Vertigo)
-- (Kim Deitch, legendary underground comix and avant-comix artist, creator of Waldo the Cat, Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Raw contributor and Eisner Award and Inkpot Award winner)
-- (Rabbi Jeffrey Hoffman, Rabbi-in-Residence, Academy for Jewish Religion)
-- (Seth Weinberger, Executive Director of Innovations for Learning)
-- (Cheryl Lawson, Executive Director, William A. Lawson Institute for Peace and Prosperity, the Lawson Academy, Houston, TX)
-- (Amity Shlaes, author, New York Times #1 Bestseller, "The Forgotten Man: Graphic")
-- (Henry Gottlieb, Co-Author of 1,000 Years, 1,000 People: Ranking the Men and Women Who Shaped the Millennium and 1,000 Things to Love About America: Celebrating the Reasons We’re Proud to Call the U.S.A. Home)
-- (Perla Aparicio)
--(Jordanna Gessler, Director of Education, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust)
Lucille Eichengreen and Eugene Landa
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