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Graham Rawle is a writer and collage artist whose visual work incorporates illustration, design, photography and installation. His weekly ‘Lost Consonants’ first appeared in the Weekend Guardian in 1990 and ran for 15 years. He has produced other regular series which include ‘Lying Doggo’ and ‘Graham Rawle’s Wonder Quiz’ for the Observer and ‘When Words Collide’ and ‘Pardon Mrs Arden’ for The Sunday Telegraph Magazine.

Among published books are the Wonder Book of Fun, Lying Doggo, and Diary of an Amateur Photographer. His critically acclaimed, Woman’s World, a novel created entirely from fragments of found text, is being made into a feature film. He has recently completed an illustrated book of The Wizard of Oz creating and photographing sets and characters as 1:6 scale and 3-D models, to be published in October 2008.

Graham Rawle has lectured and exhibited internationally and teaches on the MA Sequential Design and Illustration course at the University of Brighton. He lives in London.”

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