Y por eso rompimos - Episodio 7 Epub ☆ por eso

Y por eso rompimos - Episodio 7 Y por eso rompimos, de Daniel Handler y Maira Kalman, es posiblemente la primera historia digital por entregas de una ruptura

About the Author: Daniel Handler

Daniel Handler is the author of the novels The Basic Eight, Watch Your Mouth, Adverbs, the Michael J Printz Honor winning Why We Broke Up, a collaboration with noted illustrator Maira Kalman, Let s Be Pirates, All the Dirty Parts, and, most recently, Bottle Grove He also worked with Kalman on the book Girls Standing on Lawns and Hurry Up and Wait Under the name Lemony Snicket he has written the best selling books series All The Wrong Questions, as well as A Series of Unfortunate Events, which has soldthan 60 million copies and was the basis of both a feature film and Netflix Original series Snicket is also the creator of several picture books, including the Charlotte Zolotow Award winning The Dark, illustrated by Jon Klassen, 29 Myths on the Swinster Pharmacy illustrated by Lisa Brown, and Goldfish Ghost, also with Brown.Born and raised in San Francisco, Handler attended Wesleyan University and returned to his hometown after graduating He co founded the magazine American Chickens with illustrator Lisa Brown with whom he soon became smitten , and they moved to New York City, where Handler eventually sold his first novel after working as a book and film critic for several newspapers He continued to write, and he and his wife returned to San Francisco, where they now live with their son.Handler works extensively in music, serving as the adjunct accordionist for the music group The Magnetic Fields and collaborating with composer Nathaniel Stookey on a piece commissioned and recorded by the San Francisco Symphony, entitled The Composer Is Dead , which has been performed all over the world and is now a book with CD Other Snicket titles include the picture book 13 Words also in collaboration with Kalman , as well as Lemony Snicket The Unauthorized Biography, The Beatrice Letters, Horseradish Bitter Truths You Can t Avoid, and two books for Christmas The Lump of Coal and The Latke Who Couldn t Stop Screaming a Christmas story His criticism has appeared in The New York Times, Newsday, San Francisco Chronicle, Chickfactor, and The Believer, where he contributed a regular column exploring the Nobel Prize in Literature titled What The Swedes Read He has worked as a screenwriter on two adaptations of A Series Of Unfortunate Events, as well as the independent films Rick and Kill The Poor Current projects include a commission from the Royal Shakespeare Company on a stage musical in collaboration with songwriter Stephin Merritt He is also working on a new novel for adults, as well as several ongoing Snicket project.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back To Top