This is probably one of the most unique features I’ve seen on Reading Recommendations. Click over to the blog and meet George A. Walker and his very intriguing work.
Not a “reading” recommendation so much as a “viewing” recommendation as well as an appreciation of the fine woodcut art in this very intriguing wordless graphic novel.
What is your latest release and what genre is it? My latest release is Written in Wood and it’s a literary graphic novel.
Quick description: A cold case from 1917, the tragic cost of the events of 9/11, and the rise and fall of a media baron. These are the themes as imagined by George Walker in his three wordless contemporary narratives — The Mysterious Death of Tom Thomson, The Book of Hours and Conrad Black — told in wood engravings.
George A. Walker holds a master’s degree in communication and culture from Ryerson and York University. He was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2002 in recognition of his achievements in Canadian…
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