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$19.95  $18.55
Rosarium Publishing
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6.0 X 8.9 X 0.4 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author

Bill Campbell is the author of Sunshine Patriots, My Booty Novel, and the anti-racism satire, Koontown Killing Kaper. Along with Edward Austin Hall, he co-edited the groundbreaking anthology, Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism and Beyond. He also co-edited Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany with Nisi Shawl, Future Fiction: New Dimensions in International Science Fiction and Fantasy with Francesco Verso, and APB: Artists against Police Brutality with Jason Rodriguez and John Jennings. His Afrofuturist spaceploitation graphic novel, Baaaad Muthaz (with David Brame and Damian Duffy) was released in 2019. His historical graphic novel with Bizhan Khodabandeh, The Day the Klan Came to Town, was released by PM Press in 2021. Campbell lives in Washington, DC, where he spends his time with his family and helms Rosarium Publishing.

Louis Netter is a practicing illustrator with over 15 years of experience. His satirical illustrations have been published in magazines and books and his artwork has been collected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Library of Congress, among other collections in the US. In 2017, a comic collaboration with Olly Gruner was published in The Corbyn Comic Book (Self Made Hero). His comics have also been published in World War 3 Illustrated. He is exploring further "comic as research" projects following the publication of Steal This History in the journal Rethinking History, published by Taylor and Francis. He has completed a graphic novel called Lizard World and is working on a collection of stories about CIA misdeeds with Nathan Callahan called Madness. He has recently received his PhD from the Royal College of Art.


"Refuge is a revelation! Bill
Campbell and Louis Netter's beautifully uncanny and frenetic
historical fiction story is a stellar entry into the weird western
canon. Some of the most fitting words for this powerful and gripping
graphic novel are 'ingenious, ' 'epic, ' 'bold, ' and 'necessary.'
Campbell's deft characterizations spring to life with the wild and
abstract renderings of Netter's confident pen. Spare not one moment and get on the trail to
find REFUGE."

--John Jennings, Hugo, Eisner, and Bram
Stoker award-winning comics creator (Parable of the Sower: A Graphic
Novel Adaptation
and Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation)

"In the hidden places of our nation we
can find refuge from the bloody oppression of American empire. We
might find, to our horror, that we've brought familiar pieces of
that violence with us. This stirring graphic novel shows us one
winding road toward a promised land, and the tragic detours along the

--Ben Passmore, author of Your Black
Friend and Other Strangers