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The Voyeurs

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SKU:
9780984681402
UPC:
9780984681402
Weight:
26.00 Ounces
Author:
Gabrielle Bell
Introduction by:
Aaron Cometbus

The Voyeurs is a real-time memoir of a turbulent five years in the life of renowned cartoonist, diarist and filmmaker Gabrielle Bell. It collects episodes from her award-winning series, Lucky, in which she travels to Tokyo, Paris, and the South of France and all over the United States, but remains anchored by her beloved Brooklyn, where sidekick Tony provides ongoing insight, offbeat humor and enduring friendship.

Gabrielle Bell’s work has been selected several times for Best American Comics and the Yale Anthology of Graphic Fiction, and has been featured in McSweeney’sThe BelieverBookforum and Vice magazines. Her story, “Cecil and Jordan In New York,” was turned into a film by Michel Gondry. The Voyeurs was named one of the best Graphic Novels of the year by Publishers Weekly. Gabrielle Bell lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Praise for The Voyeurs:

"As she watches other people living life, and watches herself watching them, Bell's pen becomes a kind of laser, first illuminating the surface distractions of the world, then scorching them away to reveal a deeper reality that is almost too painful and too beautiful to bear." — Alison Bechdel, Fun Home

"The Voyeurs is the work of a mature writer, if not one of the most sincere voices of her literary generation. It's a fun, honest read that spans continents, relationships and life decisions. I loved it." — Chris Ware, Acme Novelty Library

"A master of the exquisite detail, Bell provides a welcome peephole into our lives." — Françoise Mouly, The New Yorker

"One of the Best Nonfiction Books of the year." — Kirkus Reviews

"One of the Best Graphic Novels of the year." — Publishers Weekly

"Best Graphic Memoir." — The Atlantic Wire

"One of the best things going in auto-bio inflected comics these days." — Art Spiegelman, Maus