Tatjana Jambrišak graduated with a degree in English and German language and literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. She translated a large number of comic book to Croatian, notable among which are: A. Spiegelman’s Maus, N. Gaiman’s Sandman, C. Thompson’s Dekice, C. Burns’s Crna rupa, A. Moore’sPakao, W. Ellis’s and D. Robertson’s Transmetropolitan and U. Lust’s Danas je posljednji dan ostatka tvog života. She is an active member of SFera, a science fiction lover’s society and the editor of SFera’s annual collection of best science fiction stories by Croatian authors. She has been publishing texts and reviews in various magazines (Futura, Alef, Parsek, etc.) since 1989. She publishes her prose and poetry on blogs.
Moominmamma and her son Moomintroll are walking through a dark forest searching for a place where they could build a house before winter because Moomins famously can’t stand the cold. But they are also searching for Moominpappa who has gone off adventuring with the Hattifatteners, strange creatures who are mostly invisible...
“Take It as a Compliment” is an award-winning graphic novel - collection of stories which use illustration and text to talk about sexual violence and harassment, sexual assault in close relationships and child abuse.