Madeleine Rosca

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Madeleine Rosca
Born Madeleine Bensley
Nationality Australian
Area(s) Writer, Artist
Awards International Manga Award

Madeleine Rosca (born Madeleine Bensley; 1977) is an Australian artist and author.


She grew up in country Victoria and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts from Monash University. She also received qualifications from Swinburne University (multimedia) and the University of Tasmania (information management). She currently resides in Hobart, Tasmania.[1] Madeleine Rosca is best known for her all-ages manga, Hollow Fields, which is published by Seven Seas Entertainment. She was singled out for special mention in a November 2007 article in Wired (magazine) on the history of manga in America.[2]


Rosca has published three volumes on her award winning series Hollow Fields, and the first volume of a new series called Clockwork Sky.


Rosca was one of four winners presented with Japan's inaugural "International Manga Award" for her work on Hollow Fields.[3][4]


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