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Stephen George

Sarah McIntyre

http://www.jabberworks.co.uk
sarah@jabberworks.co.uk
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Q: What is your favourite word?

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Upholstery, because it makes my nose stretch out all funny when I say it. (That also makes it my least favourite word.)

Q: What do you do as a hobby?

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Make comics with my friends!

Q: What profession other than yours would you like to attempt?

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I'd like to work as a botanical illustrator on an exploration voyage of a masted sailing ship. I interviewed to get work as a rigger on the Cutty Sark, but they hired me as ship's illustrator instead.

Q: Which of your own characters do you most identify with?

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Vern and Lettuce, from my comic about a rabbit and a sheep who live in a tower block in Pickle Rye. Vern is very much like my husband and I think I'm a little bit like Lettuce. I love going on adventures with them and finding out what happens.

Q: What do you do to combat “writers’ block”?

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Make a drawing or a comic that's totally unrelated to my work. You can see a lot of them on my blog: jabberworks.livejournal.com

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My Books
  • Morris the Mankiest Monster

    Morris the Mankiest Monster

    ISBN
    978-0385615112
    Published By
    David Fickling Books
    Status
    In Print

  • You Can't Eat a Princess!

    You Can't Eat a Princess!

    ISBN
    978-1407105611
    Published By
    Scholastic UK
    Status
    In Print