“‘For me, a father is supposed to be someone who loves you,’ says Israeli author and comics artist Rutu Modan. But, she says, ‘being a father is a choice you can make, it’s not necessarily somebody who’s close to you.’ Modan is talking about her family’s fraught relationship with her grandfather, which partly inspired her new graphic novel, The Property, due out next month from Drawn & Quarterly.”
Read the rest of my Publishers Weekly article on comics artist Rutu Modan (Exit Wounds, The Property).
May 26, 2013 / 6 notes

“‘For me, a father is supposed to be someone who loves you,’ says Israeli author and comics artist Rutu Modan. But, she says, ‘being a father is a choice you can make, it’s not necessarily somebody who’s close to you.’ Modan is talking about her family’s fraught relationship with her grandfather, which partly inspired her new graphic novel, The Property, due out next month from Drawn & Quarterly.”

Read the rest of my Publishers Weekly article on comics artist Rutu Modan (Exit WoundsThe Property).

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