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SelfMadeHero
Independent publisher of graphic novels and visual narratives
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In Basquiat, the latest book in our Art Masters series, Julian Voloj and Søren Mosdal meld biographical research with speculation to capture the inner and outer lives of the archetypal New York artist. Learn more:
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Broken Frontier Apr 22
We look at TUMULT today at BF, and Michael Kennedy's tense and layered psychological thriller from :
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SelfMadeHero Apr 18
"An admirably surreal experiment." Magritte by Vincent Zabus and Thomas Campi makes 's list of the best artist biographies:
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SelfMadeHero Apr 17
BLOG | Introducing Memoirs of a Book Thief by Alessandro Tota and Pierre Van Hove. A book that will make you want to quit your job, drink a gallon of wine and embark on a psychogeographical expedition.
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SelfMadeHero Apr 16
Frederik Peeters' AAMA: a Euro SF classic 🙂
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Morning Star Apr 15
Guantanamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani: Obscenity of the US hell camp exposed in graphic story of a child's imprisonment
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Royal Society of Literature Apr 15
GRAPHIC NOVELISTS! What do you need to flourish professionally? Mentoring? Money? A space to write? Multidisciplinary workshops? Networking opportunities? Complete the UK Writers Survey. Tell us what you need to thrive.
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PositiveNegatives Apr 15
Check out this fascinating read on Guantanamo Kid, a graphic novel by Jérôme Tubiana & Alexandre Franc telling the true story of Mohammed El-Gharani who, at 14 years old, was one of Guantanamo Bay’s youngest detainees. Out now with
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HouseOfIllustration Apr 13
Just two spots left on ’ graphic novel masterclass
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SelfMadeHero Apr 14
In his latest graphic novel, explores America's complicated - and highly racialised - relationship with weed. Cannabis: An American History is out now
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Amnesty UK Apr 12
Check out book review on latest release - Guantanamo kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani
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SelfMadeHero Apr 12
In Cannabis: An American History, takes a deep dive into the history of cannabis culture. More info 👉
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SelfMadeHero Apr 11
Out today: Memoirs of a Book Thief by Alessandro Tota and Pierre Van Hove. The perfect gift for the psychogeographer in your life.
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SelfMadeHero Apr 11
"A story of brutality but also defiance, survival and fortitude." reviews Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc's Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani:
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SelfMadeHero Apr 10
This year's TCAF is shaping up to be an absolute classic. More news soon. 😀
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SelfMadeHero Apr 10
. gives you all the important facts in Cannabis: An American History, out now
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SelfMadeHero Apr 10
"An imaginative look into the dreams, fantasies and fears of very real men on their journey to do the impossible." on APOLLO by , and
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SelfMadeHero Apr 10
"An utterly compelling story about human resilience." on Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc's Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani
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SelfMadeHero Apr 10
Thanks Tim!
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