Special Topic: Comics and Authorship
Authors: Carol Nash (University of Toronto) , Evi Tampold (University of Toronto)
Collaborative authorship in graphic medicine is examinable from a number of perspectives. One neglected approach is to look for developments in how an individual artist collaborates over the course of illustrating different graphic medicine novels. In the first, the artist collaborated with her younger self in trying to regain memories of an until then forgotten past. In the second, she worked closely with the writer to try to determine exactly what the author intended, adding a new dimension to the piece unavailable without the illustrations. In the third still to be completed work, her illustrations are based on collaboration with only the text and a few photographs, lacking direct contact with the author. How this artist’s three methods of collaboration have defined her collaborative authorship will be the focus. What is unique is this study will be undertaken from the stand point of the illustrator’s publisher, who is also her mother.
Keywords: Evi Tampold, A Narrative Approach to Authorship, The Work of Evi Tampold from Her Mother/Publisher’s (and Her Own) Perspective, graphic medicine novels, authorship, graphic medicine, collaborative authorship
How to Cite: Nash, C. & Tampold, E. (2017) “A Narrative Approach to Authorship: The Work of Evi Tampold from Her Mother/Publisher’s (and Her Own) Perspective”, Authorship. 6(2). doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/aj.v6i2.7766