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Joey Manley

Nationality  American
Area(s)  publisher; writer

Name  Joey Manley
Role  Author
Joey Manley httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Notable works  Modern Tales The Death of Donna-May Dean
Died  November 7, 2013, Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Movies  Adventures Into Digital Comics
Books  The Death of Donna-May Dean
People also search for  Robert Nichols, Sebastien Dumesnil, Cayetano Garza, Anna Dale

Joey Manley (1965–2013) was an online publisher, known as the founder of the webcomics site Modern Tales, as well as numerous other web-specific entertainment properties (including the subscription webcomics sites Serializer, Girlamatic, and Graphic Smash, and the webcomics hosting service Webcomics Nation).

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Starting in 2001, Manley hosted TalkAboutComics, which began as a podcast in which Manley interviewed webcomics artists; it later became a webcomics forum and blog. Manley co-hosted the "Diva Lea Show" podcast with Lea Hernandez starting in 2003.

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He worked on the Webby-winning FreeSpeech.org, which he helped start in 1995. He was the author of one novel, The Death of Donna-May Dean, published by St. Martin's Press in 1991. At the time of his death he was serializing a new novel online called Snake-Boy Loves Sky Prince.

Death

Manley died of pneumonia at age 48; survived by his long-time companion Joe Botts.

References

Joey Manley Wikipedia


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