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Sick

by Peter Dabbene

"Sick" is Gabby Schulz’s fever-dream, the profoundly honest and disturbing graphic-novel account of a fifteen-day illness that pushed the author to the brink of death. Gabby Schulz (also known as Ken Dahl) is the author of several... Read More

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Thoreau

by Peter Dabbene

Maximilien Le Roy and artist A. Dan illustrate the life of writer and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, in the graphic novel Thoreau: A Sublime Life. Similar to John Porcellino’s graphic novel Thoreau at Walden, Le Roy begins with... Read More

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Wet Moon

by Peter Dabbene

Sophie Campbell’s Wet Moon, Book 1: Feeble Wanderings is a gothic mystery blessed with high-level characterization and art. Formerly known as Ross Campbell, writer/artist Sophie Campbell presumably appreciates an outsider’s view of... Read More

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Little Home Bird

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Mixing soft watercolor brushstrokes with bold colors and eye-catching landscapes, Little Home Bird, from author and artist Jo Empson, is a visual treat as well as charmingly told tale of a wee bird hesitant to leave his beloved nest as... Read More

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Masquerade

by Claire Rudy Foster

Nothing makes love more appealing than a dash of forbidden romance, plus a generations-old rivalry. Add Spanish sunshine and stir gently. Luz de Rueda is a gorgeous young biographer, freshly returned to her aristocratic family’s villa... Read More

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