Month

February 2020
Anna Sellheim sits down with Ariel Bordeaux, a predominant autobio cartoonist from the 1990s whose career in comics was sidelined by sexism.
Today at SOLRAD, Ryan Carey examines Ben Passmore's latest book SPORTS IS HELL in the context of the current political climate.
A preview of Isabel Greenberg's latest book, Glass Town. The book blends fact with fiction in a graphic novel that isn't quite a biography, a story of the Brontës and their childhood writings.
Kori Michele Handwerker explores the history of the community newspapers and zines of the ABC No Rio in Exile collection, and their impact on zinemaking today.
Today at SOLRAD, Whit Taylor sits down with fellow cartoonist Lawrence Lindell to talk about his creative process, and his new book From Truth With Truth.
Guest contributor Krish Raghav digs deep into Games, the first collection of work by breakout Chinese cartoonist Woshibai.
Rob Clough wraps up our RUSTY BROWN week with thoughts on the way Chris Ware handles memory, identity, and empathy throughout the book.
Continuing our RUSTY BROWN book club week, critic Ryan Carey examines the book through a question - how do people end up in the fixes they're in?
Continuing our RUSTY BROWN book club, our second guest critic Charles Hatfield offers a powerful and comprehensive vision of Ware's cartooning.
As part of our RUSTY BROWN book club, guest writer and cartoonist Casey Nowak examines the story within a story of "The Seeing-Eye Dogs of Mars."
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