Highlighting some great small press comics criticism being published, as well as other random things that have caught my eye over the past week.
* Rob Clough reviews Daryl Seitchik’s new book from Koyama Press, EXITS, in which “what it means to be seen in relation to one’s identity, especially as a woman, is at the heart of this book.”
* Clough also writes short reviews of a few releases in the MINI-KUS! line: #31: It’s Tuesday by Amanda Vahamaki, #32: R.A.T. by Lala Albert, and #33: BFF by Marie Jacotey.
* Andy Oliver takes a look at Throwaway Press’ latest anthology, DIRTY ROTTEN COMICS #8.
* Ben Passmore’s LETTER FROM A STONE MOUNTAIN JAIL.
* Rozi Hathaway pens A SELF-PUBLISHER’S GUIDE TO BUILDING YOUR SMALL PRESS COMICS PROFILE.
* Youth in Decline has neatly packaged a bundle of FRONTIER 2 – 14 in a bundle for you to buy for all the people you love this holiday season.
* Keith Silva writes smart about Christopher Harris’ new novel, WAR ON SOUND.
* From the MIT Technology Review comes this piece titled, AI MACHINE ATTEMPTS TO UNDERSTAND COMIC BOOKS … AND FAILS proving that machines are smart and comics are dumb.
* Alana Newhouse’s HITLER’S BABIES: ANTI-SEMITISM, AMERICA, AND THE JEWS