Exclusive Preview: Ley Lines #22: Cabra Cabra by Victor Martins


Today, SOLRAD is pleased to present an exclusive preview of Ley Lines #22: Cabra Cabra by Victor Martins. Ley Lines is a quarterly publication dedicated to exploring the intersection of comics and the various fields of art & culture. The series is co-published by Grindstone Comics and Czap Books, and is supported by Koyama Press.

Readers can buy individual issues of Ley Lines, or get a subscription for all four 2020 issues here.

From the publisher:

So often, our first viewpoint to queerness is set within a context of unbridled white supremacy and colonialism. Reconciling that conflict takes a lot of work, but also, who and where are the Othered others who share your experience?

Victor Martins is a cartoonist and illustrator living and working in Toronto, and one-fourth of the Hello Boyfriend comics collective.

Virginia Woolf is an extremely important bigshot early 20th-century feminist modernist writer. She was really smart and really cutting and once wrote a whole book’s worth of a love letter to her girlfriend and filled it with just, the trans-est shit. She also once got all decked out in brownface to convince some dude from the British navy to give her and her buddies a tour of a fancy boat. Mixed feelings, tbh

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