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Eisner Awards 2021 : 8 titres de nos listes sélectionnés

Les finalistes des prestigieux Eisner Awards 2021 ont été annoncés. Parmi les titres sélectionnés cette année, cinq sont publiés par les éditions Abrams :

OUR LITTLE KITCHEN de Jillian Tamaki, publié chez Abrams Books for Young Readers (dans la catégorie Best Publication for Early Readers)
DOODLEVILLE de Chad Sell, publié chez Knopf/RH Children’s Books (Best Publication for Kids – ages 9-12)
WHEN STARS ARE SCATTERED de Victoria Jamieson et Omar Mohamed, publié chez Dial Books (Best Publication for Teens)
FANGS de Sarah Andersen, publié chez Andrews McMeel et à paraître en français aux éditions 404 (Best Humor Publication)
GUANTANAMO VOICES de Sarah Mirk, publié chez Abrams (Best Anthology)
KENT STATE: FOUR DEAD IN OHIO de Derf Backderf, publié chez Abrams et en français aux éditions Ça et là (Best Reality-Based Work)
LABYRINTH de Ben Argon, publié chez Abrams (Best Graphic Album)
PARABLE OF THE SOWER de Octavia E. Butler, adapté par Damian Duffy et John Jennings et publié chez Abrams (Best Adaptation from Another Medium)

Voir la liste complète des œuvres en lice

Les lauréats seront annoncés courant juillet.

Considérés comme les « Oscars » de la bande dessinée, les Eisner Awards récompensent chaque année des auteurs pour des œuvres parues l’année précédente aux États-Unis. Ils sont décernés par des professionnels de la bande dessinée américaine et sont remis lors du festival Comic-Con de San Diego, en Californie. Ils rendent hommage au célèbre auteur américain Will Eisner (1917-2005), créateur du justicier masqué Le Spirit et auteur de nombreux ouvrages illustrant la vie à New York au XXe siècle.

Les droits de langue française sont encore disponibles, hormis pour les titres FANGS et KENT STATE.

PILLOW THOUGHTS SERIES de Courtney Peppernell

A best-selling poetry series centered on self-healing, with over 600,000 copies sold across the series.

by Courtney Peppernell
Andrews McMeel, 2017-2020

The first collection of poems PILLOW THOUGHTS was published August 2017. In poetry and prose, the author writes about heartbreak, love, and raw emotions. It is divided into sections to read when you feel you need them most.
PILLOW THOUGHTS II: Healing the Heart (August 2018)
Peppernell understands that healing is a process, and PILLOW THOUGHTS II eloquently captures the time and experience that one goes through on their journey to peace through restoration. A collection of inspirational and comforting poems for anyone who is mending from a broken heart.
PILLOW THOUGHTS III: Mending the Mind (August 2019)
In a voice that is inclusive and open to all, Courtney Peppernell presents a tribute to her readers in the third installment of her bestselling Pillow Thoughts series. A beautifully raw and poignant collection of poetry and prose.
PILLOW THOUGHTS IV: Stitching the Soul (August 2020)
The final installment in this bestselling series completes the journey that Courtney Peppernell began with PILLOW THOUGHTS. While books II and III focus on healing the heart and mind, respectively, this collection offers a balm for healing the soul.

Courtney Peppernell is an LGBT author from Sydney, Australia. In October 2016, she released the bestselling poetry collection PILLOW THOUGHTS. Courtney has been writing her whole life and currently writes young adult novels and poetry collections. She is also the author of two novels, Keeping Long Island (2017) and Chasing Paper Cranes (2015). When Courtney isn’t writing, she enjoys exploring, listening to music, drinking coffee, and hanging out with her two dogs, Hero and Dakota, and her cat, Bailey.

YOU ARE YOUR OWN FAIRY TALE d’amanda lovelace

amanda lovelace, the bestselling & award-winning author of the “women are some kind of magic” poetry series, presents a new companion series, “you are your own fairy tale”.

by amanda lovelace
Andrews McMeel

• The first installment, BREAK YOUR GLASS SLIPPERS (published in March 2020), is about overcoming those who don’t see your worth, even if that person is sometimes yourself. in the epic tale of your life, you are the most important character while everyone is but a forgotten footnote. even the prince.
• SHINE YOUR ICY CROWN (January 2021), the second installment, is a story about not letting society dictate the limits of your potential. it’s time to take back your power & realize that you don’t need a king in order to be a queen.

amanda lovelace is the author of several bestselling poetry titles, including her celebrated « women are some kind of magic » trilogy as well as her new “you are your own fairy tale” series. She is also the co-creator of the believe in your own magic oracle deck. When she isn’t reading, writing, or drinking a much-needed cup of coffee, you can find her casting spells from her home in a (very) small town on the jersey shore, where she resides with her poet-spouse & their three cats.


Harry Potter meets Da Vinci Code”… that’s how reviewers and critics have described this middle-grade magical tale, the first book in a spellbinding series.

by Michel Guyon
illustrated by Zina Kostich
Andrews McMeel, September 2021

From myths and legends 500 years old, comes a fantastic adventure, even though Archibald was not looking for one… Exploring his grandma’s creepy manor, he just stumbled upon an ancient terrestrial globe, which turns out to be much more than an old relic. When he unlocks the storm trapped inside, Archibald gets whisked into the unknown, a mysterious land where a battle born in the Middle Ages is still unfolding. In the world of Lemurea, mostly forest, home to small wonders and great scares, it’s light versus darkness, magic versus fire… witches versus dragons. But not any kind of witches, an army of young girls, lost in time. And not your usual dragons, but the most intriguing creatures, half human, half beast. Through this unforgettable journey, Archibald will learn the true meaning of courage, friendship and tolerance. Meanwhile, left behind, his sister Hailee sets out on a quest across London to find out what happened to him, uncovering a dark secret and going through her own coming of age odyssey. Two stories, two plot threads, running parallel but tightly intertwined. Two worlds, on a perilous collision course…

Michel Guyon was born in France, in a small medieval town perched on a rock, surrounded by high walls, with the remains of an ancient fortress at its heart. That’s where the author had his first brush with ancient myths, puzzling legends, and dark tales of the Middle Ages. While his childhood fed his fertile imagination, his travels as an investigative journalist for newspapers and magazines, from Bosnia to Afghanistan, were crucial in shaping his view of the world. He also published several books for children and young adults—not to mention his communication work for the European Space Agency, where he was tasked to make space exploration less opaque to the public. A fervent advocate of learning via entertainment, he always strives to shed light on important subject matters—in this case, Women’s rights, wars, and the future of our planet. That logic was key to the making of Archibald Finch, a magic potion mixing science with science fiction, fantasy with actual events, and fictional heroes with historic characters. Giving life to the most fantastic beasts and the most captivating story was indeed an opportunity to dig deep into the roots of witch-hunting, and explore one of the darkest episodes of Human History—of course with the right dose of humor. Today, Michel spends his life between Los Angeles and New York, where he also works as a photographer, mainly for the Movie industry.

THE SECRET GARDEN: A Graphic Novel de Mariah Marsden et Hanna Luechtefeld

Green-growing secrets and powerful magic await you at Misselthwaite Manor, now reimagined in this bewitching graphic novel adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s beloved tale. From Mariah Marsden, author of the critically acclaimed Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel, comes the second installment in this series of retold children’s classics.

adapted by Mariah Marsden
illustrated by Hanna Luechtefeld
Andrews McMeel, June 2021

Ten-year-old Mary Lennox arrives at a secluded estate on the Yorkshire moors with a scowl and a chip on her shoulder. First, there’s Martha Sowerby: the too-cheery maid with bothersome questions who seems out of place in the dreary manor. Then there’s the elusive Uncle Craven, Mary’s only remaining family—whom she’s not permitted to see. And finally, there are the mysteries that seem to haunt the run-down place: rumors of a lost garden with a tragic past, and a midnight wail that echoes across the moors at night. As Mary begins to explore this new world alongside her ragtag companions—a cocky robin redbreast, a sour-faced gardener, and a boy who can talk to animals—she learns that even the loneliest of hearts can grow roots in rocky soil. Given new life as a graphic novel in illustrator Hanna Luechtefeld’s whimsical style, THE SECRET GARDEN is more enchanting and relevant than ever before. At the back of the book, readers can learn about the life of Frances Hodgson Burnett and the history of British colonialism that contextualizes the original novel.

Mariah Marsden grew up hunting for faeries amidst the old hills of the Missouri Ozarks. A former children’s librarian and co-author of Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel, she earned her MFA in Creative Writing & Media Arts from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and is now a PhD candidate in English at The Ohio State University. She writes about the dreams and difficulties of girlhood, the folklore of her region, and the complexities of rural life. She’s still on the lookout for faeries.

Hanna Luechtefeld spent the early part of their childhood in New Hampshire, the later part in Missouri, and all of it in the woods. Long afternoons filled with outdoor adventure gave them a flair for the creative and a love of storytelling. They graduated from the University of Central Missouri in 2019 with degrees in graphic design and illustration and a passion for zines and DIY comics. Today, Hanna lives in Kansas City, where they help run a local art gallery and music venue. When not preparing for a zine fest, you can find them outside: mountain biking, roller blading, or hiking. Someday, they hope to have a backyard “secret garden” of their own.