Karrie Fransman is a graphic novelist and comic creator.
Her comics strips and graphic stories have been published in The Guardian, The Times, Time Out, The Telegraph, The New Statesman, The Young ic, Psychologies Magazine, The Arts Council and for The British Red Cross. Her graphic novel, The House That Groaned, was published by Penguin Random House’s Square Peg and garnered praise from The Observer and director Nicolas Roeg.
Fransman developed the award-winning comic Over, Under, Sideways, Down about an Iranian teenage refugee for The British Red Cross. She created an installation for the British Council and Southbank Centre and was commissioned to make a 'Selves Portrait' for an exhibition with Manchester Art Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.
Her new graphic novel Death of the Artist was published by Jonathan Cape and has been awarded a grant from the Arts Council England. It won an award for Best Graphic Novel of 2015 from Broken Frontier and was chosen as one of The Observer's best graphic novels of 2015.
You can follow her on Twitter @KarrieFransman.
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