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Hey y’all, sorry for the week-long hiatus. Life, I’m telling ya! Anyway, I wanted to post about graphic novels (and not just because I’m a secret Captain Underpants fan.) When I was at Vermont College of Fine Arts, I wrote … Continue reading
So I’ve just discovered a new favorite Independent Press: Cinco Puntos Press. They generously sent me a few books that they thought might be of interest to folks reading this blog, and I plan to feature them over the next … Continue reading