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Guest writer and cartoonist Peony Gent considers the nature of poetry comics and their vulnerable, emotional storytelling.
Episode #8 of Enemies of the State features commentary on Marion Fayolle’s The Tenderness of Stones, published by New York Review Comics in 2019. As the wrap up to our comics poetry week, we discuss a poetic, almost storybook-like comic about the slow death of Fayolle's father.
Rob Clough finishes our written coverage of comics poetry this week with a review of John Hankiewicz's Education, published in 2017 by Fantagraphics.
SOLRAD EIC Daniel Elkin reviews Sorry! by Xia Gordon, a meditation on experiences of fervor, empowerment, and fixation.
Today we're pleased to reprint a 2016 essay from Alexander Rothman, a cartoonist and poet whose anthology INK BRICK ends its 7+ year run with its 10th issue.
For comics poetry week, SOLRAD publisher Alex Hoffman examines the first collection of Kevin Czap's latest comic, Four Years, and compares it to Czap's previous comic Fütchi Perf.
Critic Ryan Carey reviews the final installment of INK BRICK, an anthology of comics poetry published by Alexander Rothman since 2013.