graphic novel

/Tag:graphic novel

Interview: Tillie Walden, author of SPINNING

Jen Wang, author of the upcoming graphic novel The Prince and the Dressmaker, interviews Tilly Walden, author of Spinning, an autobiographical graphic novel about growing up and coming out. Tillie Walden First of all Tillie, I wanted to say Spinning is so fantastic. Reading it felt so intimate, I kept flashing back to my own [...]

By | November 11th, 2017|Author Interview|Comments Off on Interview: Tillie Walden, author of SPINNING

Graphic Novel Review: Lumberjanes.

Lumberjanes (Boom! Studios, 2014) One of the biggest challenges I face when reading, reviewing and now, publishing, is to find balance in the types of queers stories I read/review/publish. It often feels to me that the vast majority of what is out there - and what is made more visible when it comes [...]

By | May 16th, 2015|Archive, Book Review|Comments Off on Graphic Novel Review: Lumberjanes.

New Releases: April 2015

April 2nd (USA) Weathering the Storm (Harmony Ink Press, 2015) Weathering the Storm by Caitlin Ricci -- (GAY) Goodreads Summary: "Robbie’s dad has always been hard on Robbie and his brothers, but when their mom dies on Robbie’s sixteenth birthday, he becomes downright abusive. Robbie doesn't understand why his dad is so mean [...]

By | April 5th, 2015|Archive, New Releases|Comments Off on New Releases: April 2015

A Girl Like Me

With more publishing options out there than ever before, and many stories of success and failure on every front, how do you know which path is right for you? Traditional, indie, and self-publishing all have their pros and cons. It’s important to know what to expect with each one, but it’s even more important to [...]

By | March 14th, 2015|Archive, Author Guest Blog|Comments Off on A Girl Like Me

Orphan Blade by M. Nicholas Almand & Jake Myler: Review

“Orphan Blade is pretty gruesome,” the email warned. “You don’t have to review it if you’re not a fan of blood, gore, guts and monsters.” Nonsense! I thought blithely, cheerful and ready to accept whatever queer YA literature might grace my inbox for review. It’s a graphic novel. How gross can it be? As it turns out, gross enough [...]

By | December 23rd, 2014|Archive, Book Review|Comments Off on Orphan Blade by M. Nicholas Almand & Jake Myler: Review