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This is a pdf version of my book Auto-da-Fé. I've substituted color versions of some art, added a few more dense pockets of text. a thin red outline denotes a button which will summon a... More > floating pop-up to occlude the page. Five sketchbooks are represented here, along with all four issues of my zine. The first three are reproduced exactly as they first appeared. The fourth has been expanded, and new scans made. The fifth was never finished, and sees partial print for the first time. A decade of my life is recorded in these sketchbooks. In this decade, I divorced my wife and grieved her subsequent death. I went through a transition from 'male' to 'female.' I moved from Atlanta to New York, worked at CBGB's, worked the erotic services page of craigslist, acquired a heroin habit, and lived for a season in a professional dungeon. I visited several drug rehabilitation centers in New York, New Jersey and Los Angeles. Eventually I made my way back to Atlanta, and I've been here ever since.< Less
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Flower Power is a facsimile of a sketchbook of bright and colourful images by Annette Ebanks.
B-Sides: Phase 7 #012-#016
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This collection reprints five issues of Alec Longstreth's minicomic Phase 7 in their entirety: #012 is a stick figure science fiction story about a college and the barcode system it uses to keep... More > track of its students. #013 reprints a comics essay in which the idea of everyday art is explored throughout art history. #014 is a facsimile of the sketchbook that Longstreth took on his first trip to Europe, for the 2009 Angoulême comics festival in France. It includes an account of his trip and many observational drawings created while traveling. #015 and #016 are comprised of selections from Longstreth's many sketchbooks, starting in 1995 and working up to 2008. Various quick drawings and loose diary comics reveal the cartoonist's struggles with relationships, employment, education and his future. All of these issues were released while Longstreth was focused on drawing his graphic novel Basewood, hence the title "B-Sides."< Less
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