The Graphic Novel: Art and Literature Worthy of Merit

by Theresa Kurzawa

When approaching the subject of graphic novels (or more colloquially known as “comic books”), one often infers that their sole purpose is the mindless entertainment of youths with little to no literary or artistic merit. There are many reasons that this stereotype of graphic novels exists, and one of them pertains to the idea that… More The Graphic Novel: Art and Literature Worthy of Merit by Theresa Kurzawa

Writer Crush Wednesday – Ian Doescher

I’m the kind of person that doesn’t really have a favorite author or a favorite book because that status is always changing. That being said, my current flavor of the month is Ian Doescher, an only recently published author, known for his bestselling debut novel, “William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, A New Hope.”   It’s pretty… More Writer Crush Wednesday – Ian Doescher