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Josh Neufeld

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Brooklyn
Nonfiction Cartoonist and Comics Journalist — Freelance
Covers:  social issues, ethnicity & religion, science & technology, privacy, disasters, humor

Comics journalist, former Knight-Wallace Fellow, creator of A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge, fellow traveler, sports fan muckrack.com/josh-neufeld

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Biography

Josh Neufeld is a comics journalist known for his graphic narratives of political and social upheaval, told through the voices of witnesses. He is the writer/artist of the bestselling nonfiction graphic novel A.D.: NEW ORLEANS AFTER THE DELUGE (Pantheon). In addition, he is the illustrator of the...

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@joshneufeld — 1,660 followers, 4,537 tweets

Aug 18, 2017

Thanks @okcu for bringing me to campus to talk about A.D. and for being such great hosts. I loved meeting your bright freshmen!! https://t.co/uvBvUszwm0

Aug 17, 2017

RT @OKCU: @joshneufeld will be on campus to discuss his book A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge w/ new students! #OKCUReads

Aug 17, 2017

Arrived in OKC for my AD presentation @OKCU. Staying at the funky/cool 21C Museum/Hotel. All signs looking good! https://t.co/cDGhu2EydF

Aug 08, 2017

Happy to announce I’ll be presenting A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge to incoming students next week @okcu  http://www.okcu.edu/students/okcureads 

Aug 08, 2017

@creativeelc Sure, Randy is at DUNCANR@hsu.edu, and Michael is at TAYLORM@hsu.edu

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What was your first job as a journalist?

My first comics journalism project was "Titans of Finance: True Tales of Money & Business," with writer R. Walker.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes, I loved my IBM Selectric -- used it all the way through high school.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Hard to choose between Tintin and Clark Kent...

Awards

Knight-Wallace Fellowship in Journalism

2012 - Fellowship
Awarded to mid-career journalists to allow fellows time to reflect on their careers and focus on honing their skills. Based at the University of Michigan.