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Carol Swain

Born in 1962, London, Carol Swain was brought up in Wales, the population of the village being an uneasy mix of mean Baptist hysteric (© Hunter S Thompson) and drop-out hippie. A place deemed so evil by traveling evangelist missionaries, they condemned it as a modern Sodom and Gomorrah. She left Sodom and Gomorrah to go to art school where she studied painting. In 1989, she began self-publishing her comic Way Out Strips, which was later picked up by Fantagraphics Books. Since then, she has completed two graphic novels and has contributed numerous comics stories to anthologies worldwide. She lives in London with her writer boyfriend.

$22.99
Pages: 176, black & white, Softcover, 7.5" x 10", 978-1-60699-755-0, Year: 2014, www.comixology.com/Gast/digital-comic/124140, store.sequential.cc/catalogue/book/gast_by_carol_swain/651, play.google.com/store/books/details/Carol_Swain_Gast?id=I3SPCgAAQBAJ&hl=en
Carol Swain In rural Wales, Helen, an amateur bird watcher, investigates the apparent suicide of a "rare bird" named Emrys. Helen's inner life is slowly revealed through a mixture of naturalistic detail and phantasmagoric occurrences.
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$19.99
black & white, Hardcover, 7.75" x 10.25", 978-1-60699-162-6, www.comixology.com/Giraffes-in-My-Hair-A-Rock-N-Roll-Life/digital-comic/490061?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC9pdGVtU2xpZGVy, play.google.com/store/books/details/Bruce_Paley_Giraffes_in_My_Hair?id=pDVfDgAAQBAJ
Bruce Paley & Carol Swain A comics memoir of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, a life lived in the countercultural margins, from the optimism of the Summer of Love to the nihilism of the punk years, vividly brought to life with compelling visuals.
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