Monday

Articles Published the Week of October 25th

Jennifer Hayden shares her breast cancer survival tale in "The Story of My Tits"

I'm a huge fan of Jennifer Hayden's new graphic novel which is more than just the story of her battle with breast cancer but the story of a her life, in a way that is ultimately thoughtful and profound in a way that really affected me. Her previous work like the book "Underwire" has been interesting, but this is one of the best graphic novels of the year and I'm so glad that we could have a conversation about the book.

http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/hayden-shares-her-breast-cancer-survival-tale-in-the-story-of-my-tits


Anders Nilsen Argues that "Poetry is Useless"

Every Anders Nilsen book I've ever read has stuck in my head. I'm not going to claim that every one of his books are my favorites, but each has stayed with me long after I read them. His new book "Poetry is Useless" is no different. It's ostensibly a sketchbook, but plays with the form in some really interesting ways. For Nilsen, drawing is a way of thinking and that has never been so evident as in this new book.

http://www.comicsbeat.com/interview-anders-nilsen-argues-that-poetry-is-useless/


Carla Speed McNeil Illustrates the horror of "Harrow County"

I've long been a fan of Carla Speed McNeil (the woman behind the brilliant "Finder") and I got to break the news about her next project, a fill in issue of Dark Horse's series Harrow County. I'm a fan of the series (written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Tyler Crook) and

http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/exclusive-carla-speed-mcneil-illustrates-the-horror-of-harrow-county

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