Emmanuelle Chateauneuf is a Filippino-French Canadian graphic novelist and comics creator who grew up in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and now lives in Hamilton, Ontario.
Fiction (Graphic novel)
Toronto: Chapterhouse Publishing, 2017.
Meet Aimee, an overworked junior partner at a prestigious law firm in Manila. One storybook romance, four flights, and nine years later, she finds herself living in the small-of-mind but big-in-spirit Canadian town of Sault Ste. Marie. She’s still overworked, but now as a serial full-timer and mother to her only child, Melodie, an intelligent and eccentric seven-year-old whose big personality is only rivalled by her bigger imagination.
Join Aimee, Melodie, and a cast of unlikely characters who are just as confused and lost as they are, as they stumble blindly for twelve consecutive hours through the beautifully disastrous comedy of life!
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Richards, Kelly. “Interview: Emmanuelle Chateauneuf Moves into Queen Street.” Comicosity 5 September 2017. https://www.comicosity.com/interview-emmanuelle-chateauneuf-moves-into-queen-street/