Dominic Umile reviews Ramsey Beyer’s Little Fish.
Ramsey Beyer’s spirited, often warm chronicling of her real-life journey through her freshman year at college is as much driven by the familiar trappings of teenagedom as it is punk rock, against-the-grain sensibility. Little Fish: A Memoir From a Different Kind of Year is a mixed media affair, with Beyer employing an intimate DIY approach honed in her adolescent zine-making days as often as she does black and white comics art, melding list- and poetry-driven prose with personal comics. Humble as it may seem, Beyer’s blend of rough, zine patchwork-styled pages and graphic memoir is marked by a bold perspective on diary comics and the graphic storytelling medium.
Tom Spurgeon briefly on health insurance.
Lovely sequence by Leslie Stein.
Craig Thompson on his contribution to Fairy Tale Comics.
And Gary Panter at CCAD