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Matt Madden

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Matt Madden

Matt Madden (b. 1968) is a cartoonist who also teaches at the School of Visual Arts and in workshops around the world. His work includes 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style (Penguin), a collection of his comics adaptation of Raymond Queneau's Exercises in Style; a translation from the French of Aristophanes's The Zabime Sisters (First Second); and Drawing Words & Writing Pictures and Mastering Comics (First Second), a pair of comics textbooks written in collaboration with his wife, Jessica Abel. The couple are also series editors for The Best American Comics from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. He is currently on an extended residency in Angoulême, France, with his wife and their two children. You'll find recent news at www.mattmadden.com.

Articles by Matt Madden

On Angoulême and Control
By Julie Maroh
What I’m pointing out here is a typical media phenomenon born of social conditioning.
Translated from French by Matt Madden
Modotti: A Woman of the Twentieth Century
By Ángel De la Calle
Translated by Matt Madden
Palindrome
By François Ayroles
© François Ayroles. By arrangement with the author. Translation © 2013 by Matt Madden. All rights reserved.
Translated by Matt Madden
Acrostic
By Killoffer
© Killoffer. By arrangement with the author. Translation © 2013 by Matt Madden. All rights reserved.
Translated by Matt Madden
Oubapo: Comics and Constraints from France
By Matt Madden
Comics are a medium founded on constraints. Even more than prose, comics are subject to rules of sequence and format that to some degree determine the content of each work. Take the common newspaper…
Counting on You
By Etienne Lécroart
Translated by Matt Madden
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