RACHAEL BALL’S first graphic novel, ‘The Inflatable Woman’ (Bloomsbury), was one of the Guardian’s Best Graphic Novels 2015.
The Sunday Telegraph, described it as ‘Inspiring and wonderfully unconventional.’
The Times Literary Supplement described her 2nd graphic novel ‘Wolf’ (SelfMadeHero and ACE funded), as ‘wildly inventive and poignant.’
She is currently working on her third graphic novel ‘The Patsy Papers’  based on her teaching experiences in secondary schools and also sponsored by Arts Council England..

She teaches workshops on creating graphic novels at the House of Illustration and the City Lit and will be teaching a graphic novel course at the Arvon online in March this year with Karrie Fransman and Woodrow Phoenix will be guest artist.
She also teaches a Design a Children’s picture book course at the the Art Academy as well as teaching graphic novel workshops and mentoring at LDComic’s Residencies..
She is a London co-ordinator for LDComics (a female led organization which supports female cartoonists in publishing.)