SelfMadeHero have announced I Feel Love for an April 1st release. I’ve checked, it’s on Amazon, so I don’t think it’s an April Fools.
It’s also not a book to take home to your parents. Those are not my words but how the publisher describes the anthology of short fictions that explore the dark underbelly of love. Fed up sickly sweet love stories? I Feel Love wants to be on your radar.
The graphic novel has been put together with work from both the UK and the US. It is an eclectic mix of stories and styles.
Ignatz Award-nominated Anya Davidson weaves the tale of a slash fiction obsession, and Kelsey Wroten, published by The New Yorker, tells the story of medieval penance.
Cat Sims, a UK-based cartoonist, writes of childbirth while Benjamin Marra explores swamp monsters’ attraction.
Editors Julian Hanshaw and Krent Able also provide stories of their own with tales of wife swapping and black balloons.
I Feel Love is a companion piece to Hanshaw and Able’s I Feel Machine which investigated the way technology has changed the way we communicate.
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