So, I got an MFA degree (a long time - 6 years- ago) in experimental fiction. I like work that is challenging and I like work that really explores and utilizes language. However, I also like the experimentation to sometimes be more accessible. Sometimes, I want to ease into it a bit more.
Lately, I've found some exciting graphic novels that are playing with the varying concepts of documentation, fiction, and nonfiction in a visual and poetic way that is refreshingly smart, earnest, and open.
This specific book looks amazing. I hope to read it over the holidays. It's a collection of various graphic artists re-interpreting the music of Bob Dylan.
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