My first book of poetry comics now available for pre-order!

It has been over a year now since I published any new poetry comics on this site, which may have led some visitors here to the impression that I have moved on to other, perhaps more grown-up pursuits. Quite the contrary! 2019 has actually been my most prolific comics drawing year to date, in which I have produced no less than 18 new comics adaptations of classic works of poetry. These, along with 6 of my earlier works, will be published together in my very first book, Poems to See by: A Comic Artist Interprets Great Poetry (Plough Publishing House, 160 pages, hardcover). Publication is set for the end of March, but as of now the book is available for pre-order on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/087486318X as well as from Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/poems-to-see-by-julian-peters/1134897412;jsessionid=01ABAD3BEF3CB092F07C293965491158.prodny_store02-atgap02?ean=9780874863185

 

You can also read a few early reviews on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/47864492-poems-to-see-by

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5 Responses to My first book of poetry comics now available for pre-order!

  1. O.L.P. says:

    Fantastic!

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  2. Rebecca Bourgeois says:

    Excellent news!! I’ve been looking forward to this moments for years, ever since I came across The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock on a poetry site.
    I have pre-ordered it, and hope to get it signed by the author next time I’m in Montreal…

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  3. Ed Clay Goodman says:

    Awesome news! Congratulations, and I am looking forward to it.

    Will we be able to order it directly from you at some point, or do we have to utilize the evil empire?

    Ed Goodman

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    • Thanks Ed! And I definitely understand your concern. The book is also available for pre-order through Barnes & Noble, and after it’s release this spring it will of course also be available for purchase the old-fashioned way, in bookstores.

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