Earn by promoting books
Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.Become an affiliate
About the Author
-Vita Ayala (New Mutants, The Wilds)
"I love when a graphic novel uses colours as a statement, and this one certainly does. Great artwork alongside a great storyline."
"Wash Day Diaries uses interwoven short stories on each character's hair routines as analogies to their daily life, showing how the process of caring for their hair sparks joy."
"Smith's charming and inviting art invites comic book readers old and new to lose themself in this joyful and touching celebration of Black joy and sisterhood that cements the duo of Rowser and Smith as one of comics most powerful creative teams."
"A loving tribute to Black women and their community with a humorous day in the life graphic novel."
- Cultured Vultures
Starred Review "The motif of wash day- as the women wash their own hair and others', go to the salon, and get braids-invites the reader into the rhythm of their lives, with welcome inclusivity of queer romance, as well as non romantic story lines. This subtle but heartwarming homage to friendship, feminism, and reconciliation sings."
"At its core, this graphic novel is a story about four beautiful, strong black women and their friendship. Within the framework of hair wash day, we see each character dealing with her own issues, from work and relationships to mental health struggles."
-Mount Pleasant Daily Tribune
"With a gorgeous illustration style, memorable characters, and a seamless blend of humor and heart, it feels like a warm hug in graphic novel form."
"Wash Day Diaries is the kind of thoughtful and engaging slice of life comic we rarely get in US publishing, and it feels even more vital and unique for that reason. Rowser and Smith are an unbelievable creative force and this book proves that they're one to be reckoned with."
"Jamila Rowser and artist Robyn Smith's beautiful graphic novel is a heartwarming celebration and tribute to life, friendships, and Black hair."
- Apartment Therapy
"A graphic novel love letter to Black women's friendships and hair...each story features a unique color palette to reflect the protagonist and mood."