Michael Tisserand

New Orleans-based writer

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Michael Tisserand is a New Orleans-based writer and the author of Krazy: George Herriman, a Life in Black and White.

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Author Michael Tisserand dives into the lesser known life of cartoonist George Herriman in his biography, Krazy.

Michael Tisserand: Krazy

Author Michael Tisserand dives into the lesser known life of cartoonist George Herriman in his biography, Krazy.

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