Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood has drawn to its readers a superhero costume, writes The Guardian. As a basis for drawing the costumes Atwood took avatars from”Twitter” and their nicknames – @ kidney boy and @ DrSnit.
Atwood drew attention to these users after kidney boy advised his friend DrSnit read her book. As explained the writer herself in conversation with the publication, creating the costumes she was inspired by nicknames from Twitter.
“I decided that it would be funny to draw a superhero costume for them, because they have such expressive nicks. And so I asked them what would be super-abilities they would like to have. At the time I just write about superheroes – as they appeared, one in literature and mythology can be called by their predecessors, “- said Atwood.
In addition, Atwood has created to confront these superheroes villain named Paniac. Both the reader, according to the writer, “delighted with the painted costumes.
Margaret Atwood – one of the most famous contemporary English writers. In 2000 she became the owner of Prize Booker for his novel The Blind Assassin. ” Blog writer in the “Twitter” reads about 100 thousand people.
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