“’It really is so much about what [artist] David [Wojnarowicz] was about, channeling his anger into a statement,’ [James] Romberger says. ‘He basically felt that he was made invisible, and part of the purpose of doing this book would be that it would be in this mass-produced comic that would get out into the culture. It would make the gay experience less invisible.’”
Romberger’s biography of Wojnarowicz 7 Miles a Second, colored by Marguerite Van Cook, comes out today. Read the rest of my profile of them on Publishers Weekly.
Feb 6, 2013 / 10 notes

“’It really is so much about what [artist] David [Wojnarowicz] was about, channeling his anger into a statement,’ [James] Romberger says. ‘He basically felt that he was made invisible, and part of the purpose of doing this book would be that it would be in this mass-produced comic that would get out into the culture. It would make the gay experience less invisible.’”

Romberger’s biography of Wojnarowicz 7 Miles a Second, colored by Marguerite Van Cook, comes out today. Read the rest of my profile of them on Publishers Weekly.

Source: publishersweekly.com

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