The Baker's Daughter, by Harry Bliss

Harry Bliss was born in Rochester, NY. He is a cartoonist for Archeology Magazine and a staff artist at The New Yorker. Harry is also one of the contributors to the comic book series 'Little Lit', edited by Art Spiegelman. Harry Bliss has also illustrated children's books, such as 'The Cat Who Came for Christmas' (by Cleveland Amory), 'A Fine, Fine School' (by Sharon Creech), 'Which Would You Rather Be?' (by William Steig) and 'Countdown to Kindergarten' (by Alison McGhee). Harry now lives in Burlington, VT, with his son Alexander and their pet turtle, Sara.

Little Lit

Last updated: 2006-12-18

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