Illustrations by Phil McAndrew for Chelsea Bloxsom's ADVENTURE TIME CRAFTS: Flippin' Adorable Stuff to Make from the Land of Ooo, to Potter Craft.
A graphic novel adaptation of Laurie Halse Anderson's SPEAK, written by Anderson herself and illustrated by Emily Carroll, about Melinda, a teen who must find her voice after she survives a rape. SPEAK, a National Book Award finalist for Young People's Literature, has sold more than three million copies domestically since it was originally published by FSG BYR in 1999. Sold to Joy Peskin at Farrar, Straus Children's, by Amy Berkower of Writers House for the author, and Jen Linnan of Linnan Literary Management for the artist (world)
Ryan Andrews's THIS WAS OUR PACT, about a group of boys who have pledged to follow their adventure to its end, no matter what, pitched as loosely based on the classic Japanese children's book "Night on the Galactic Railroad," to Calista Brill at First Second.
Illustrations by Phil McAndrew for Josh Chetwynd's THE BOOK OF NICE, a compendium of trivia about those simple yet essential "niceties" (signs, gestures, expressions) we often take for granted, to Workman.
Marika McCoola's debut graphic novel BABA YAGA'S ASSISTANT, about a young girl who answers a classified ad to work for the fearsome witch, with art by Emily Carroll, to Deb Wayshak at Candlewick (world).
Cover art by Phil McAndrew for Boom Studios' BRAVEST WARRIORS comics.
Phil McAndrew's original cartoon series PIZZA SANDWICH, optioned to Cartoon Network, co-agented with Scott Schwimer.
Illustrations by Emily Carroll for "The Twelve Dancing Princesses" in First Second's upcoming fairy tale anthology, a sequel to their popular anthology NURSERY RHYME COMICS.
Cover art by Ryan Andrews for Avi's THE TRUE CONFESSIONS OF CHARLOTTE DOYLE and THE MAN WHO WAS POE, to Scholastic.
Emily Carroll's HIS FACE ALL RED AND OTHER STORIES, an anthology of short horror comics based on Grimms' fairy tales, to Karen Wojtyla at Margaret K. McElderry Books, at auction. (International rights: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Emily Carroll's "The Red Knife," a short comic inspired by "The Yellow Wallpaper," to Dark Horse Comics, for inclusion in CREEPY #9.
Covers by Emily Carroll and Phil McAndrew for Boom Studios' ADVENTURE TIME! comics.