Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Danica Novgorodoff is a writer, painter, photographer, and comics artist who now lives in New York City where she works as a graphic designer for First Second Books. She has also worked as a horse trainer in Virginia, an assistant to photographer Sally Mann, and an artist review writer for galleries in Chelsea and SoHo. In 2006 she won the Isotope Award for her mini-comic, A Late Freeze, which was later nominated for an Eisner award. Her last book was the graphic novel Slow Storm, which was a New York Magazine Best Graphic Novel of 2008.
Benjamin Percy's story, Refresh, Refresh, was first published in the Paris Review and is included in Best American Short Stories 2006.
James Ponsoldt is a writer and director. His first feature film, Off the Black, premiered at Sundance in 2006.
I grew up in a town just this--for so many boys, the only escape from their hometown is through the army recruitment office. This is a beautifully illustrated graphic novel. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jonathan Farmer
But everything about this seemed contrived by the end. To summarize everything with the kid repeating the same exact mistake his father had made is complete propaganda. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by Mark McLaughlin