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Jonathan Dyck is an award-winning illustrator, cartoonist and graphic designer based in Winnipeg—Treaty 1 Territory. Shelterbelts is his first book.
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Jonathan Dyck is an illustrator, cartoonist and graphic designer based in Winnipeg, MB — Treaty 1 territory and the homeland of the Métis Nation. His illustrations have been shortlisted for the National Magazine Awards and have won Gold and Silver medals at the Alberta Magazine Awards. His collaboration with John McPhail, Where Do Sticky Buns Come From?, won the Manuela Dias Book Design and Illustration Award for Children’s Illustration at the 2018 Manitoba Book Awards. His comics and illustrations have appeared in publications such as Broadview, The Walrus, Geez, Briarpatch, Prairie Fire, Popula, Literary Review of Canada, Reader’s Digest Canada, Alberta Views and the Globe and Mail. Shelterbelts is his first book.

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When I was around seven or eight I got my hands on some comic books that my parents confiscated for their lewd content. Years later, when they returned the comics to me I remember thinking I hadn’t missed much. I’d been drawn to the illustration style more than anything else. There was also a MAD Magazine or two that I kept hidden. Perhaps it was my unadventurous literary taste or the fact that books were seen by my parents as a more legitimate form of reading, but I never had to hide a book at home.

“You are riding a drawing.” from Bento’s Sketchbook by John Berger.

I need a clean desk when I start to work because it tends to get cluttered quickly.

Were there any important incidents/insights that I forgot to write down in my journal?

I’ve always wanted to live near a large body of water.

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