The Silence of Our Friends Paperback – 19 Jan 2012
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About the Author
Mark Long is a video game designer and producer living in Seattle. "The Silence of Our Friends "is based on Long's childhood experiences with the civil rights movement in suburban Houston, Texas.
Jim Demonakos founded Seattle's annual Emerald City Comicon, as well as The Comic Stop chain of retail stores. He has written, edited, and promoted a variety of books for different publishers throughout his career. He lives in the Seattle area.
Nate Powell is the author and illustrator of the graphic novel "Swallow Me Whole "(an "LA Times "Book Prize finalist, the 2009 Eisner Award winner for Best Graphic Novel, and an Ignatz Award winner). He is currently working on an illustrated novel for Roaring Brook Press, with author Cecil Castellucci. Nate lives in Bloomington, Indiana, with his wife.
..".an engrossing narrative about race in America, while honestly dealing with a host of other real-world issues, including familial relationships, friendship, dependency, "other"-ness, and perhaps most importantly, the search for common ground." "Publisher's Weekly"
"A moving evocation of a tipping point in our country's regrettable history of race relations, Long and Demonakos's story flows perfectly in Eisner and Ignatz Award winner Powell's graceful and vivid yet unpretty black-and-gray wash." "Library Journal"
" convincingly depicts the systemic racism, blatant and subtle, that suffused and corroded everything during [the] period [Popwell's] imagery amplifies the effects of the book's multiple perspectives the overwhelmed kid's-eye view of uneasy family dynamics and open Texas spaces, the hyperkinetic chaos on campus, the cropped literalism of TV newscasts." "The New York Times""
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