Naz over at Read Diverse Books has challenged everyone to read more diversely.
I want to thank Naz for starting the conversation about diverse bloggers!
It’s a lot of cut and paste (literally) from 2003-2004, causing the book to tell readers quite a bit of information without showing it, and without trusting readers to pick up on visual ques in a visual medium.
Title: Blue is the Warmest Color Written & Drawn By: Julie Maroh Translated by: Ivanka Hahnenberger Originally published: in 2010 as Le bleu est une couleur chaude by Glenat Editions English Version… Read more “Blue is the Warmest Color”
Syllabus: Notes from an Accidental Professor written and illustrated by Lynda Barry published in Oct. 2014 by Drawn & Quarterly Lynda Barry is best known as an… Read more “Syllabus”
Have you discovered this flourishing community yet? I’d like to hear about what you’ve found!
Here are some memoirs that sucked me in!
Title: This One Summer Writer: Mariko Tamaki Illustrator: Jillian Tamaki Published: by First Second in 2014 This One Summer is the story of fifteen-year-old Rose heading to Awago Beach for… Read more “This One Summer”
Today I got a chance to speak with author Mimi Pond. Pond is a cartoonist who started working in the 1980s, with work in National Lampoon,… Read more “Meet the Writer: Mimi Pond”
Liz Prince‘s first book, Will You Still Love Me If I Wet the Bed? (Top Shelf Productions, 2005), has been nominated for several awards, and received the… Read more “Meet the Writer: Liz Prince”