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Rob Clough
We finish up our coverage of Anna Haifisch's THE ARTIST: THE CIRCLE OF LIFE with Rob Clough's exploration of Haifisch's illustrative style.
Today, SOLRAD's contributing editor Rob Clough reviews four separate works of autobio comics, including work by John Porcellino, Kevin Budnik, and M.R. Trower.
SOLRAD's contributing editor Rob Clough reviews Frank Santoro's latest graphic novel, PITTSBURGH, published in 2019 by New York Review Comics.
As part of our kid-lit week, Rob Clough reviews MariNaomi's Distant Stars, the third book in her Life on Earth series from Lerner Books.
Contributing editor Rob Clough reviews Nina Bunjevac's BEZIMENA, which draws on Bunjevac's traumatic memories of sexual assault through a noirish lens.
SOLRAD contributing editor Rob Clough takes a hard look at Lewis Trondheim and Stephane Ory's collected Maggy Garrisson, published in 2019 by SelfMadeHero.
Rob Clough finishes our written coverage of comics poetry this week with a review of John Hankiewicz's Education, published in 2017 by Fantagraphics.
Rob Clough wraps up our RUSTY BROWN week with thoughts on the way Chris Ware handles memory, identity, and empathy throughout the book.
To kick off our Euro Comics week, Rob Clough examines the way that cartoonists use drawing and page design, featuring Taxi! by Aimée de Jongh and Kingdom by Jon McNaught.
Rob Clough kicks off our last theme week of January, Memoir week, with a thoughts on Hazel Newlevant's No Ivy League.
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