Four writers who have produced acclaimed memoirs in the form of a graphic novel discuss the art of the graphic memoir including the advantages (and the drawbacks) of using the medium to tell their life stories.
Al Davison (The Spiral Cage), Mary Talbot (Dotter of her Father’s Eyes), Nye Wright (Things to do in a Retirement Home Trailer Park…When You’re 29 and Unemployed) and Katie Green (Lighter than my Shadow) will be talking to Nicola Streeten, who has herself created a powerful and moving graphic novel based on her own personal experiences.
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