Gramics

More About This Title Gramics

English

?Gramics? is a word that I made up for my own use to capture the essence of the meaning and use of anagrams in a cartoon or comic form. An anagram is a word or phrase that uses the same letters as another word or phrase but is spelled differently?for example, ?oh? and ?ho? or ?one?s own? and ?nose won.? Sometimes an anagram can also be a palindrome, which is a word or phrase that reads the same forward or backward, as used in ?Oh ho,? but these are unusual. This comic book uses only two words in each anagram illustration; however, other anagrams may be found in the represented expressions. It is hoped that the reader enjoys the comics (Gramics) as much as I did in their making. James Hipsher 2012

Exhibited At: International book fairs

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