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James Baldwin’s Harlem Through a Child’s Eyes
In 1976, James Baldwin released what is perhaps his most novel—and most often forgotten—book: Little Man, Little Man, a curious, hybrid-genre composition without precedent in his body of work. It was rediscovered in 1996 at Yale’s Beinecke Library, and republished last year.
January 3, 2019
An Interview with Art Spiegelman
If you were drawing Donald Trump as an animal, who would he be? A very conventional part of my brain goes, “He’s a… wild boar.” Except that pigs are intelligent. Now I have drawn him as bloated frog. More recently, I drew him as a large turd.
April 13, 2018
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