Harper Collins has announced the January 7, 2020 publication of The Fire Never Goes Out, a graphic novel memoir made up of personal journal-comics and essays that span eight years of the young-adult life of comics creator Noelle Stevenson.  Subtitled “A Memoir in Pictures,” the new collection charts Stevenson’s growth from an aspirational teen to early success as a National Book Award finalist for her first graphic novel Nimona, which is currently in production as an animated feature by Blue Sky Studio, and is scheduled for release on March 5, 2021 (see “Disney Reserves Dates”).

The 160-page The Fire Never Goes Out is age-rated 14+ by Harper Collins, which classifies the forthcoming graphic novel as “Young Adult Nonfiction.”

In addition to the award-winning Nimona, Stevenson is one of the four creators behind the successful Lumberjanes comics, and she is currently the showrunner for the Netflix revival of She-Ra (see “Noelle Stevenson Unveils She-Ra and the Princesses of Power”).