Part of being a responsible YA collection development expert is knowing when books cross the line. The ‘over the line’ books frequently end up being purchased by me for my personal collection. I am rapidly developing a terrifying/awesome/potentially offensive personal library. To assist this endeavor, I’ve just done a big order with Microcosm Publishing.
I absolutely adored the second ‘Invincible summer’ anthology, and have always wanted to read the first:
This is a memoir by the same author, Nicole Georges:
Cristy Road does amazing art and I’m pretty interested in gender identity stuff atm:
It’s a metal gay ship. Enough said.
Lady comic with a queer bent:
My parents were 70s suburban hippies. As soon as I saw ‘carob’ in the title, I knew I was going to relate:
US$12.00 for ‘Invincible summer: an anthology’
US$16.95 for ‘Calling Dr. Laura: a graphic memoir’
US$7.95 for ‘Indestructible’
US$17.95 for ‘Henry & Glenn forever & ever’
US$15.00 for ‘DAR! vol. 1′
US$10.00 for ‘All the pretty people: tales of carob, shame and barbie envy’
I forget, it was something stupid like US$65.00
My last order from these hippies never arrived. They may have redeemed themselves.