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Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir

Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir

This exquisite graphic novel memoir by a transgender artist, explores the concept of identity by inviting the reader to view the author moving through life as she would have us see her, that is, as she sees herself. Framed with a candid autobiographical narrative, this book gives us the opportunity to enter into the author's daily life and explore her thoughts on themes of gender and sexuality, memory and urbanism, love and loss.

Titulo:Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir
Idioma de edición:English
ISBN:9781951491031
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Bishakh Som is the illustrator and coauthor of The Prefab Bathroom: An Architectural History, and her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Buzzfeed, and the Brooklyn Rail, among others. She has also been published in We're Still Here: An All-Trans Comics Anthology, Beyond II: The Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology, The Graphic Canon Volume 3, and many more. Som is currently bas


    Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir Comentarios

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    Review to come - I also read Apsara Engine by this author earlier this year, and that was all the stars, loved it so much - this is a little more staid, about the artist's life as she sees it....

  • Rod Brown

    In an intellectually interesting exercise, a transgender woman makes a roman à clef graphic diary wherein she portrays herself as a cis-gender woman. Unfortunately, she then spends most of the book w...

  • Maia

    Bishakh Som discovers the power and potential in creating an alter-ego who both is, and is not, the self in this gorgeously drawn almost-memoir. Using the character of Anjali, Som writes about an inte...

  • Alicia

    Points for a very macro concept of taking us through her life as she would see herself, not how everyone else perceived her growing up as trans. But I simply cannot get behind the poor font choice tha...

  • Simant | Flipping Through the Pages

    This graphic memoir by a desi author was a great exploration of identity. Som tells her story of finding herself through a journey of grief and loss. She has created a girl Anjali, to represent her st...

  • Sofia S.

    3.5 stars!!! Thank you to the publisher and edelweiss+ for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own! This was a very sweet graphic memoir I would recommend to...

  • Lisa

    Masterful, personable, engaging, touching, fascinating. I may have enjoyed this memoir even more than the collection of the author's fictional work that also came out this year. ...

  • Adriana Martinez Figueroa

    A great exploration of identity through grief and loss, not just of family members but of gender and sexuality. Som speaks on the distance one does in order to figure out identity through art, even as...

  • Paul Decker

    *I received this book as an eARC from Street Noise Books via Edelweiss. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.*This graphic novel memoir ...

  • Mia E

    As the book went on the short stories seemed to flow better, but at the beginning it just felt like it was jumping from on to another randomly. I liked the art and it was overall a good story that go...

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