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Willow Dawson
Author/Illustrator
Willow Dawson
Willow Dawson, originally from Vancouver, Brisitsh Columbia, is an illustrator and writer working out of Toronto, Canada. Her stand-alone illustrations are rendered in ink and acrylic on cardboard. She also works sequentially in ink as a comics artist. Some of Dawson’s clients include Kids Can Press, Owl Magazine, Shameless Magazine, Feathertale Review, Filmblanc, Sumach Press, Kiss Machine, Locust Mount Records, Tightrope Books and Omni TV.
Dawson most recently illustrated No Girls Allowed: Tales of Daring Women Dressed as Men for Love, Freedom and Adventure (written by Susan Hughes), an 80-page graphic novel. Recent projects include Ella and Squid’s Top 5 March Break Favourites (Owl Magazine), The Innumerable Obsessions of Purl McGee (self-published) and the four-part Violet Miranda: Girl Pirate graphic novella (written by Emily Pohl-Weary, Kiss Machine). Dawson is presently working on 100 Mile House, a series of comic-style memoirs, which will be featured on-line this summer at Top Shelf 2.0. Her books have received funding from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Dawson is a member of the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communications, JacketFlap and Illustration Mundo. She attends book and comic book festivals across North America, participates on panel discussions, gives artist talks and teaches. In her spare time she sews, grows plants, collects dead bugs, eats spaghetti and doesn’t comb her hair. Willow also plays saw, keys and sings in the band Little Brown Bat.

Non-Fiction
  • The Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea, 2012
    Illustrator
  • Lila and Ecco's Do-It-Yourself Comics Club, 2010
    Author/Illustrator
  • No Girls Allowed, 2008
    Illustrator


Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea, The
2013Best Children’s Books of the Year, Bank Street Children’s Book Committee Winner
Lila and Ecco’s Do-It-Yourself Comics Club
2010Great Graphic Novels for Teens, YALSA Short-Listed
Willow Dawson
Author/Illustrator
Willow Dawson
Willow Dawson, originally from Vancouver, Brisitsh Columbia, is an illustrator and writer working out of Toronto, Canada. Her stand-alone illustrations are rendered in ink and acrylic on cardboard. She also works sequentially in ink as a comics artist. Some of Dawson’s clients include Kids Can Press, Owl Magazine, Shameless Magazine, Feathertale Review, Filmblanc, Sumach Press, Kiss Machine, Locust Mount Records, Tightrope Books and Omni TV.
Dawson most recently illustrated No Girls Allowed: Tales of Daring Women Dressed as Men for Love, Freedom and Adventure (written by Susan Hughes), an 80-page graphic novel. Recent projects include Ella and Squid’s Top 5 March Break Favourites (Owl Magazine), The Innumerable Obsessions of Purl McGee (self-published) and the four-part Violet Miranda: Girl Pirate graphic novella (written by Emily Pohl-Weary, Kiss Machine). Dawson is presently working on 100 Mile House, a series of comic-style memoirs, which will be featured on-line this summer at Top Shelf 2.0. Her books have received funding from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Dawson is a member of the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communications, JacketFlap and Illustration Mundo. She attends book and comic book festivals across North America, participates on panel discussions, gives artist talks and teaches. In her spare time she sews, grows plants, collects dead bugs, eats spaghetti and doesn’t comb her hair. Willow also plays saw, keys and sings in the band Little Brown Bat.

Non-Fiction
  • The Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea, 2012
    Illustrator
  • Lila and Ecco's Do-It-Yourself Comics Club, 2010
    Author/Illustrator
  • No Girls Allowed, 2008
    Illustrator


Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea, The
2013Best Children’s Books of the Year, Bank Street Children’s Book Committee Winner
Lila and Ecco’s Do-It-Yourself Comics Club
2010Great Graphic Novels for Teens, YALSA Short-Listed
Willow Dawson
Author/Illustrator
Willow Dawson
Willow Dawson, originally from Vancouver, Brisitsh Columbia, is an illustrator and writer working out of Toronto, Canada. Her stand-alone illustrations are rendered in ink and acrylic on cardboard. She also works sequentially in ink as a comics artist. Some of Dawson’s clients include Kids Can Press, Owl Magazine, Shameless Magazine, Feathertale Review, Filmblanc, Sumach Press, Kiss Machine, Locust Mount Records, Tightrope Books and Omni TV.
Dawson most recently illustrated No Girls Allowed: Tales of Daring Women Dressed as Men for Love, Freedom and Adventure (written by Susan Hughes), an 80-page graphic novel. Recent projects include Ella and Squid’s Top 5 March Break Favourites (Owl Magazine), The Innumerable Obsessions of Purl McGee (self-published) and the four-part Violet Miranda: Girl Pirate graphic novella (written by Emily Pohl-Weary, Kiss Machine). Dawson is presently working on 100 Mile House, a series of comic-style memoirs, which will be featured on-line this summer at Top Shelf 2.0. Her books have received funding from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Dawson is a member of the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communications, JacketFlap and Illustration Mundo. She attends book and comic book festivals across North America, participates on panel discussions, gives artist talks and teaches. In her spare time she sews, grows plants, collects dead bugs, eats spaghetti and doesn’t comb her hair. Willow also plays saw, keys and sings in the band Little Brown Bat.

Non-Fiction
  • The Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea, 2012
    Illustrator
  • Lila and Ecco's Do-It-Yourself Comics Club, 2010
    Author/Illustrator
  • No Girls Allowed, 2008
    Illustrator


Big Green Book of the Big Blue Sea, The
2013Best Children’s Books of the Year, Bank Street Children’s Book Committee Winner
Lila and Ecco’s Do-It-Yourself Comics Club
2010Great Graphic Novels for Teens, YALSA Short-Listed
 
Books by Willow Dawson have been the recipients of the following awards: