A portrait of peace activist Heather Roberson, told in the format of a graphic novel, follows her odyssey to the turbulent country of Macedonia, a region on the brink of violence that had somehow managed to avoid all-out war. Original. 25,000 first printing.
In an innovative graphic memoir, a female cartoonist utilizes artwork, photographs, and memorabilia to chronicle the story of her life, from her love-deprived childhood and failed first marriage, to her art school studies, marriage to comic legend Robert Crumb, and their daughter Sophie.
When his bandmates are murdered, Noah, the leader of a traveling klezmer band, sets out to Odessa alone, but along the way, he meets a few misfits who set aside their differences and learn to work together through their music.
A successful cartoonist who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of forty-three presents the story of her life and illness in an unconventional cartoon memoir that recalls every emotional and physical stage of her disease, from diagnosis to the recovery process and everything in between. Original. 30,000 first printing.