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Frank Wynne (born 1962) is an Irish literary translator and writer.

Frank Wynne studied at Sligo Grammar School and Trinity College Dublin but moved to France in 1984. Between 1987 and 1994 Frank Wynne became involved in British comics publishing during its brief flirtation with bandes dessinées. He translated a number of French graphic novels, and worked on the magazines Revolver and later Crisis before becoming managing editor of Deadline magazine, home of Tank Girl. After the demise of Deadline, in part through the badly received movie version Tank Girl starring Lori Petty, he worked for a time as editorial director of AOL UK before dedicating his time exclusively to writing and translation.



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