Save It for Later: Promises, Protest, and Parenthood

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Harry N. Abrams
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6.8 X 9.4 X 0.9 inches | 1.4 pounds

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About the Author

Nate Powell is a National Book Award-winning cartoonist whose work includes civil rights icon John Lewis's historic March trilogy, Come Again, Two Dead, Any Empire, Swallow Me Whole, and The Silence of Our Friends. Powell has also received the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, three Eisner Awards, the Michael L. Printz Award, the Comic-Con International Inkpot Award, two Ignatz Awards, and the Walter Dean Myers Award. He has discussed his work at the United Nations, on MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show, PBS, CNN, and Free Speech TV. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana.


"While many graphic biographies and historical memoirs can feel inert, his dynamic line and talent for using the grammar of comics to shape drama and emotion, as well as action, are a standout... an absorbing reflection on intergenerational inheritance."

--The New York Times
"This sincere volume carries off parenting inspiration with gravitas."--Publishers Weekly STARRED Review
"...much of this work feels like visual poetry...A virtuoso work of artistry with important content that might alienate some but powerfully stir others."--Booklist STARRED Review
"[Powell] asks readers not to forget, not to look away, but to remember what we can achieve when we come together. Save it for Later argues for solidarity in family, community, and across the nation now and for the future."

"Save It For Later explores the space where political life intersects with the personal."--The Beat
"Save it for Later confronts this political era."--The Arkansas Times Magazine
"This is a gorgeously drawn, well articulated and powerful new work that you should all go read as soon as you can."--Comic Book Resources
"Urgent and grittily rendered..."

--The Minneapolis Star-Tribune