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Her graphic novel adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby (The Great Gatsby: a graphic adaptation) was published in 2007 by Allen & Unwin in Australia and by Penguin in Canada. Her graphic adaptation of Hamlet was published by Allen & Unwin in 2010.
Greenberg had early success when in 1990, at the age of fifteen, she published The Digits, a series of twelve books featuring her fingerprints as characters. She has written and illustrated a number of other children's books, including Squids Suck (2005), Antonia Cutlass Walks the Plank (2006), and Operation Weasel Ball (2007). Greenberg is a regular contributor to the regular Australian comics anthology Tango, edited by Bernard Caleo and published by Cardigan Comics.
In 2009, Greenberg's work appeared in Super Heroes and Schlemiels: Jews and Comic Art, an exhibition of comic art at the Jewish Museum of Australia in Melbourne. She has been interviewed by The New Yorker in its on-line cartoon forum, by Jennifer Byrne on ABC1 television and The Book Show on ABC radio.
- The great Gatsby : a graphic adaptation / by Nicki Greenberg of the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. - Version details - Trove
- The Great Gatsby: a graphic adaptation Nicki Greenberg (Allen & Unwin, 2007)
- Hamlet : William Shakespeare's Hamlet staged on the page / Nicki Greenberg | National Library of Australia
- Hamlet: William Shakespeare's Hamlet staged on the page Nicki Greenberg (Allen & Unwin, 2010)
- Squids suck / Nicki Greenberg ; pictures by Nicki Greenberg. - Version details - Trove
- Antonia Cutlass walks the plank / written and illustrated by Nicki Greenberg. - Version details - Trove
- Operation weasel ball / Nicki Greenberg. - Version details - Trove
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