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Jamie S. Rich

Jamie S. Rich is a novelist living in Portland, OR. He has published four prose works: Cut My Hair, I Was Someone Dead, The Everlasting, and Have You Seen the Horizon Lately?, released in the summer of 2007. In addition to writing fiction, he has worked as a music journalist, a manga rewriter, and spent ten years editing comic books, four of them at Dark Horse Comics and six as editor-in-chief of Oni Press. He continues to work in the comics field as a writer, contributing to anthologies published by Dark Horse and Image Comics, including a piece in the acclaimed collection Put the Book Back on the Shelf, where comic book creators adapted the songs of Belle & Sebastian. Rich debuted his first ongoing comic book series in June of 2006, Love the Way You Love, a collaboration with Marc Ellerby (now collected in two omnibus editions). This was followed in the fall of that year by the original graphic novel 12 Reasons Why I Love Her, drawn by Joëlle Jones. (Both were published by Oni Press.) The writer teamed with Joëlle Jones a second time for another full-length graphic novel, You Have Killed Me, a hardboiled crime story set in the 1930s. Oni Press published the book in July 2009, and the pair immediately went into their next project. Zigging instead of zagging yet again, the artistic team has joined with cartoonist Nicolas Hitori De to release the teenage witch comedy Spell Checkers. A third volume will be released in October 2013. More recent projects include the series It Girl and the Atomics; the original graphic novel A Boy and a Girl, created with artist Natalie Nourigat; Archer Coe and the Thousand Natural Shocks, a loopy crime tale drawn by Dan Christensen; and the horror miniseries Madame Frankenstein, a collaboration with Megan Levens. Find out the full lowdown on these and other projects at the author's website: Confessions of a Pop Fan. You can also marvel as Rich dives into his Criterion Collection like Scrooge McDuck swimming through his money at Criterion Confessions. He lives alone with a cat who doesn't understand his obsession with DVDs, but who lets him do as he pleases as long as she is fed. Jamie is also a member of the Online Film Critics Society.

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