This week CBLDF is proud to feature works by some of today’s most influential graphic novelists! We’re offering donors the chance to grab a signed copy of these unique and compelling graphic novels, including 2017’s book of the year My Favorite Thing is Monsters GN, signed by Emil Ferris; Diary of a Teenage Girl GN, the influential graphic novel that inspired a generation of cartoonists, signed by Phoebe Gloeckner; the controversial modern classic This One Summer HC, signed by Mariko Tamaki; the brand new Spinning HC, signed by Tillie Walden; and Rolling Blackouts HC, a first-hand account of the modern Middle East signed by Sarah Glidden! Keep reading or follow the links provided for more information.
If you haven’t read My Favorite Thing is Monsters yet, it’s about time to get started! This extraordinary graphic novel is set in 1960s Chicago, and examines the concept of monstrousness through the eyes of a young girl investigating her neighbor’s murder. Don’t wait, donate today to grab your own copy signed by creator Emil Ferris!
Recently adapted into a critically acclaimed independent film, Phoebe Gloeckner’s Diary of a Teenage Girl has become a modern classic! Whether you’re already a fan, or just looking for a great graphic novel, you can make a donation to CBLDF today to grab a copy signed by creator Phoebe Gloeckner!
If you haven’t picked up This One Summer yet, now’s your chance to get a copy signed by author Mariko Tamaki! This award-winning graphic novel has been subject to a slew of challenges for sexually explicit and mature themes, and was defended by CBLDF on multiple occasions. Support CBLDF’s work defending important graphic novels like this one by donating today to grab your own signed copy!
This week we’re excited to offer Spinning, Tillie Walden’s beautifully illustrated graphic memoir! Don’t miss out on his powerful coming of age story–donate to CBLDF today to grab a hardcover copy signed by creator Tillie Walden!
Don’t miss out on these great items and more — visit the CBLDF Rewards Zone today! All proceeds benefit CBLDF’s important First Amendment work!