Exclusive Preview: THE IMPENDING BLINDNESS OF BILLIE SCOTT by Zoe Thorogood

Today we are pleased to bring you an exclusive preview of THE IMPENDING BLINDNESS OF BILLIE SCOTT, a story about what it’s like to get something you want, have it immediately taken away from you, and then how you put it all back together again. Written and illustrated by Zoe Thorogood, the book will be published in the USA by Avery Hill Publishing next week on October 14th, 2020.










Zoe Thorogood is a cartoonist based in Middlesborough UK, and in 2019 was named Best New Creator to Watch in the Comic Scene Awards, and was nominated as Best New Creator in the 2020 Tripwire Awards. THE IMPENDING BLINDNESS OF BILLIE SCOTT is Zoe Thorogood’s debut novel-length comic.


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