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“Waiting” by Raymond Carver

In honour of Valentine’s Day, here is my comics adaptation of the final portion of a very romantic poem by Raymond Carver, “Waiting,” The poem seems particularly appropriate on this Valentine’s Day, when we all find ourselves waiting, in one … Continue reading

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Interview in the Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics

Exciting news! Rajesh Panhathodi (University of Hong Kong), Augustine George (Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, India,) and Aswin Prasanth (Amrita School of Arts and Sciences) have published an interview with me in the Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics. … Continue reading

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Video of “Somewhere or Other” by Christina Rossetti

A very sensitive video adaptation by Jim Avis of my comics interpretation of Christina Rossetti’s poem “Somewhere or Other.” I find this one makes particularly effective use of Avis’s signature zooming technique. The terrific reading is by “the Wordman” and … Continue reading

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Creator’s Roulette with Kriti Khare

What follows is my conversation with Kriti Khare on her website, Armed with a Book. In this round of “The Creator’s Roulette,” we discuss, among other things, the nature of beauty, poetry appreciation, India, and my upcoming collection of poetry … Continue reading

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Dave Morice’s Poetry Comics

The idea of adapting classic works of poetry into comics originated with the American writer, artist and educator Dave Morice. Beginning in 1978, he produced a great number of such adaptations, which were collected in his 1980 anthology Poetry Comics: A … Continue reading

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