A groundbreaking collection of interviews, memoirs and gossip from a queer international vanguard of gender, race and beauty.
|Author:||Alan Martin, Jamie Hewlett, Warwick Johnson-Cadwell|
Make Way For The Tank Girl Of The New Millenium! After a break of 20 years, artist Jamie Hewlett is leaping back on the Tank Girl wagon, re-teaming with series co-creator Alan Martin to bring you a whole new take! Featuring riotous 100% original content from Hewlett &a... read more
A delightful Christmas tale based on the action-packed Die Hard movie All John McClane wants for Christmas is to reunite with his estranged family. But when his wife’s office holiday party turns into a deadly hostage situation, he ... read more
Asher Machnik is a teenage boy cursed with a beautiful androgynous face. Guys punch him, girls slag him and by high school he's developed an intense fear of being touched. Art remains his only escape from an otherwise emotionally empty life. Eulalie Mason is the lonely, tough-talking dyke from school ... read more
Adrian is dogged by a strict mother, bullied by his teammates on the football field and chastised by the school principal, who considers the rumours that Adrian is gay as a sign that he is 'ill'. However Jeremy, the coolest kid in school, thinks otherwise: he t... read more
Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home was a pop culture and literary phenomenon. Now, a second thrilling tale of filial sleuthery, this time about her mother: voracious reader, music lover, passionate amateur actor. Also a woman, unhappily married to a closeted gay man, whose artist... read more
From the best-selling author of Fun Home, Time magazine’s No. 1 Book of the Year, a brilliantly told graphic memoir of Alison Bechdel becoming the artist her mother wanted to be.
Ariel Schrag captures the American high school experience in all its awkward, questioning glory in Awkward and Definition, the first of three amazingly honest autobiographical graphic novels about her teenage years.
During the summer following each year at ... read more
Rob Wells has spent much of his adult life coping with chronic pain of different kinds - an embarrassing bowel problem in his early 20s, recurring testicular pain in his late 20s and 30s, and back proble... read more
A New York Times bestseller
The original graphic novel adapted into the film Blue Is the Warmest Color, winner of the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival; released in the US this fall by IFC Films/Sundance Selects
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Set in the languid, European-like neighbourhoods of Montreal, Body Music is a beautiful and moving meditation on love and desire as expressed in many different forms - between women, between men, between women and men and gender non-conformists alike, all varying in age and race. ... read more