An artist and writer of graphic novels, novel graphics, and other visual story things.
Mostly drawings using traditional india ink on paper, formerly vector art, and now watercolor paintings.
Norrie's most noted work include the original graphic novella Cheat, the indie comics series Hopeless Savages, and the graphic novel Breaking Up (Scholastic/Graphix). Recognized as a “a natural storyteller” by Publisher’s Weekly, these books garnered two Eisner nominations, A Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Nomination, and a 9th Panel Award.
More recently, she created art with John Kuramoto for Ira Glass's Spring 2020 lecture 'Seven Things I've Learned', contributed an illustration for SHE VOTES (Chronicle Books), and writes small missives about dining and cooking on CHEZ BOOZ.
She lives in New York City with her daughter and millions of other people; and wishes she were not addicted to her Twitter.
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