Eleanor Crewes is an author, illustrator and graphic novelist who enjoys mixing autobiography into her storytelling. 

Her debut graphic novel The Times I Knew I Was Gay was originally created in 2017 as a 2-part, handmade and self-published zine, which she expanded into a fully-fledged memoir with Virago and Scribner in 2020. Her follow-up book, a middle grade graphic novel called Lilla, the Accidental Witch, was published by Little Brown for Young Readers in 2021. In 2023 she contributed to Virago's anniversary anthology, FURIES: Stories of  the wicked, wild and untamed, with her illustrated tale SHE DEVIL.

She lives in London with her spouse, has a cemetery for a back garden and is currently working on her third graphic novel with Virago for 2025, something spooky this way comes...



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