The Gazette | The Gazette | February 23, 2016
Feed Your Head: A peek at what Drawn & Quarterly’s got coming up for fall
True, fall’s still a ways off, but Drawn & Quarterly is already off to the races with the list of titles it will release starting in August.
The! Greatest! of! Marlys! by Lynda Barry: In stores Aug. 16
Cheap Novelties by Ben Katchor: In stores Sept. 6
How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less by Sarah Glidden: In stores Sept. 13. (Pictured above).
Mooncop by Tom Gauld: In stores Sept. 20
Nicolas by Pascal Girard, translated by Helge Dascher: In stores Sept. 27
Rolling Blackouts: Dispatches from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq by Sarah Glidden: In stores Oct. 4
Seth’s Dominion by Luc Chamberland and Seth: In stores Oct. 25
A Walk in Eden: A coloring book by Anders Nilsen: In stores Nov. 1
Moomin and Family Life by Tove Jansson: In stores Nov. 8
Drawn & Quarterly is at 211 Bernard Ave. It started as a single-issue magazine that grew into a publisher of the world’s best cartoonists.
Drawn & Quarterly has published many North American luminaries of the medium including Adrian Tomine, Lynda Barry, Daniel Clowes, Chris Ware, Kate Beaton, Chester Brown, and Seth, as well as international authors including Tove Jansson (Finland); Guy Delisle (France); Tom Gauld (U.K.); Astrid Lindgren (Sweden); Yoshihiro Tatsumi (Japan); Rutu Modan (Israel); Shigeru Mizuki (Japan); and many more cartoonists from across the globe.