Exclusive Preview: Onion Skin by Edgar Camacho from Top Shelf

Today we have an exclusive preview of Onion Skin, the English-language debut of Edgar Camacho from Top Shelf Productions. In this young adult romance, Camancho uses an elliptical storytelling style to connect two characters, Nera and Rolando, in an adventure of a lifetime.









Edgar Camacho is a comics writer/artist who was born in 1989 in Metepec, Mexico. After winning various comic and illustration awards in his homeland (including the 2014 Secuenci Arte prize for Summon’s Alley and Mexico’s first National Young Graphic Novel Award for Onion Skin), he has also built a devoted fanbase with the webcomic series Tiras sin Sentido (“Senseless Strips”). Onion Skin is being published by Top Shelf Productions in the US, and is currently available for preorder. The book will be published on May 25th, 2021.

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