Enemies of the State #012 – Ripples by Hagiwara Rei

Enemies of the State is a book club podcast featuring a rotating cast of comics critics. It’s been difficult to keep doing each of these podcasts monthly, but we’re back, and this month we’re talking about Hagiwara Rei’s RIPPLES, published in 2020 by Glacier Bay Books. RIPPLES focuses on the murky space between life and death, and the cyclical human emotional landscape of grief.

Folks on the show this month:

  • Alex Hoffman, Publisher of SOLRAD
  • Sarah Miller from The Sequentialist
  • and Daniel Elkin, Editor in Chief of SOLRAD

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