Background animation designers create graphic novel, dear Rosie
Dear Rosie is the first intermediate-level graphic novel by two animated background artists. Meghan boehman is the background designer on The Animaniacs, Bento Box, Fantastic Furry Freak Brothers and DC Super Hero Girls. Rachel Briner is a painter / background designer on Wolfboy and the Everything Factory, Alpha Betas, HarmonQuest, M. Pickles and spin-off Momma Named Me Sheriff. Featuring a diverse cast of Maryland’s anthropomorphic fauna, Dear Rosie is a semi-autobiographical graphic novel that follows four college girls facing the loss of their friend, coming together to heal their wounds and honor her memory.
Meghan Boehman posted on Instagram, “I’m extremely happy to announce that ‘Dear Rosie’, the graphic novel I’m doing with @rachaelbriner has been picked up for publication by the lovely @eclarkemohr at Knopf. Thanks to our wonderful agents Uwe Stender and Brent Taylor at Triada for This story is extremely personal to us and we look forward to sharing it with you. “
Erin Clarke at Knopf acquired the worldwide rights to Dear Rosie and publication is scheduled for summer 2023. Agents Meghan Boehman and Rachael Briner Uwe stender and Brent Taylor at Triada US negotiated the deal.
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. was founded by Alfred A. Knopf Sr. and Blanche Knopf in 1915. Blanche and Alfred traveled internationally regularly and were known to have published European, Asian and Latin American writers, in addition of the main American literary currents. It was acquired by Random House in 1960 and is now part of the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group division of Penguin Random House which is owned by the German conglomerate Bertelsmann.
Triada US President and Literary Agent Dr Uwe Stender is a full member of the Association of American Literary Agents (AALA). He is interested in all kinds of non-fiction and fiction. In non-fiction, he’s completely open to any project, from Memoir (writers with a huge platform just for memoirs), Pop Culture and Health to How-to, Gardening, History and everything in between, including the non-fiction for children. In children’s fiction, he searches for YA, Graphic Novels and MG. In adult fiction, her tastes tend towards female fiction, psychological suspense and mystery. As an immigrant to the United States himself, he is always keen on bringing projects to under-represented voices around the world.