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Ignatz Award - Award Winners and Nominees - Outstanding Anthology or Collection
... Standfest (Rotland Press) Gay Genius, edited by Annie Murphy (Sparkplug) Make Me a Woman, Vanessa Davis (Drawn Quarterly) Three #1, edited by Robert Kirby 2010 Masterpiece Comics, R ... Sully (Conundrum Press) Lemon Styles, David King (Sparkplug Comic Books) Red Snow, Susumu Katsumata (Drawn Quarterly) Ten Thousand Things to Do, Jesse Reklaw (self-published) 2009 Kramer’s Ergot #7, ed ... (Drawn Quarterly) Drawn Quarterly Showcase Book 5, T ...
Ignatz Award - Award Winners and Nominees - Outstanding Story
... Ken Dahl (Secret Acres) "John Wesley Harding", The Red Monkey Double Happiness Book, Joe Daly (Fantagraphics Books) Market Day, James Sturm (Drawn. 16, Laura Park (Fantagraphics Books) 2009 "Willy," Papercutter #10, Damien Jay (Tugboat) "The Carnival," Mome #14, Lilli Carré (Fantagraphics) Disappearance Diary, Hideo. 4 (Drawn Quarterly) Delphine #1-2 by Richard Sala (Fantagraphics Books/Coconico Press) Don't Go Where I Can't Follow by Anders Nilsen (Drawn Quarterly) The End #1 by Anders Nilsen (Fantag ...

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