Contributor biographical information for Hera : the goddess and her glory / George O'Connor.

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George O’Connor is an author, illustrator and cartoonist. His first graphic novel, Journey Into Mohawk Country, used as its sole text the actual historical journal of the seventeenth-century Dutch trader Harmen Meyndertsz van den Bogaert, and told the true story of how New York almost wasn’t._He followed that up with Ball Peen Hammer, the first graphic novel written by playwright Adam Rapp, a dark, dystopian view of a society’s collapse._Now he has brought his attention to Olympians, an ongoing series retelling the classic Greek myths in comics form._In addition to his graphic novel career, O’Connor has published several children’s picture books, including the New York Times best-selling Kapow, Sally and the Some-Thing, and Uncle Bigfoot._He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Hera (Greek deity) -- Comic books, strips, etc. -- Juvenile fiction.
Graphic novels -- United States.
Mythology, Greek -- Comic books, strips, etc. -- Juvenile fiction.
Hera (Greek deity) -- Cartoons and comics.