Kettle Harbour

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Product Details
Price
$25.00  $23.25
Publisher
Conundrum Press
Publish Date
Pages
264
Dimensions
6.0 X 8.5 X 0.75 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781772620832
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About the Author
Kyle Vingoe-Cram is a cartoonist, writer and visual artist from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. They have been making comics since they were a child, and have always been fascinated by the potential of visual storytelling to create new avenues for literary exploration. They live in Ottawa with their husband and family. Kettle Harbour is their first novel.
Reviews
"Kettle Harbour is a layered rarity, both tender and true. I love it." --Daniel MacIvor

"Kettle Harbour is a stunning debut. An acutely observed story of memory, love, trauma and grief. A story told with the painful tenderness, connection and raw power that we feel when we inhabit space and memories with those closest to our hearts. We are sure to see more from Kyle Vingoe-Cram, a well established artist in other mediums, but I hope it's more comics." --Kate Beaton, Ducks

"Vingoe-Cram proves a nuanced visual stylist, whether they're creating organically shaped panels, drawn like rocks or leaves, to evoke different character perspectives, breaking into full color in a sequence where Michael's mother's play is staged, or skillfully capturing the bucolic Newfoundland coast. It adds up to a moody, immersive, and unpredictable tale." --Publisher's Weekly

"A powerful, painful debut that will entrance and entangle literary graphic novel lovers. It conjures a complicated history sure to haunt readers as dearly as it haunts its inhabitants." --Library Journal

"A vulnerable, visceral portrait of three queer young adults navigating love, family, and reemerging trauma while remaining authentic to their present selves." --Nyala Ali, Herizons Magazine