Video Graphic Novel Review | March, by Rep John Lewis

Did you read that right? A video? I did something a little differently this time– I made a video review of March (Book One), just to see if I really could do it. I was curious whether the BookTube (?) format would be better for the graphic novels I review. I’d done a lot of video editing and whatnot in high school, and a little bit in college, but I’d be lying if I said this stuff was still familiar to me. Moral of the story: 1) I’m a writer, not a talker. 2) I speak far too slowly. 3)…

Graphic Novel Review | Cuba: My Revolution

Y’all might not think graphic novels are legitimate book club reads, but anyone who has read Persepolis will correct you. And if you liked the intimate, enthusiastic first person historical recounting that made Persepolis (and the accompanying movie) so great, you’ll [probably] like Cuba: My Revolution. Even if you’re new to graphic novels, it’s a really good introduction to the graphic novel as autobiographical and historical. I promise, adding pictures to a book makes it no less informative. Only a little more interesting. I’m no Cuban historian, but I saw this at the library, and was inspired over the last…