The Times I Knew I Was Gay: A Graphic Memoir 'for everyone. Candid, authentic and utterly charming' Sarah Waters

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Little, Brown Book Group, 16. júl. 2020 - 320 síğur

'It's for everyone. Candid, authentic and utterly charming' Sarah Waters, author of Tipping the Velvet
'Funny and super relatable' Alice Oseman, author of Heartstopper

A tender and funny graphic memoir about identity, love and Willow from

Ellie always knew she was different. Contrary and creative, she wore black, obsessed over Willow in Buffy and somehow never really liked boys. As she grew, so did her fears and a deep sense of unbelonging. From her first communion to her first girlfriend via a swathe of self-denial, awkward encounters and everyday courage, Ellie's journey is told through tender and funny illustrations - a self-portrait sketched out from the heart.

The Times I Knew I Was Gay reminds us that sexuality is not often determined by falling in love with others, but by coming to terms with oneself; that people must come out not just once but again and again. Full of vitality and love, it will ring true for anyone who took time to discover who they truly are.

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The Times I Knew I Was Gay

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Identity isn’t defined by a single moment, as British cartoonist Crewes finds in her chummy comics memoir. As a kid, she loved Buffy the Vampire Slayer—especially the redheaded witch, Willow, who ... Read full review

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Eleanor Crewes is a London-based illustrator and writer. She graduated from Illustration at University of The Arts London in 2016. The Times I Knew I Was Gay was first created as a hand-stitched zine which Crewes biked across London to various comic shops. As demand grew her zine developed into a larger book that she published in 2018 with Good Comics. After selling out the first edition, Crewes expanded it into a fully-fledged memoir with Virago and Scribner for publication in 2020. Crewes currently lives in North London and is working on a children's graphic novel.

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