Archive for December, 2011

We’re on the cover of Na’amat, the national Jewish women’s magazine!

Posted in Uncategorized on December 23, 2011 by michaelkaminer

Thank you, Na’amat, for this beautiful cover and story, which calls Graphic Details “powerful” and “wonderful”.  Find the issue here.

“Spin dreidel-like to the Yeshiva University Museum”

Posted in Uncategorized on December 22, 2011 by michaelkaminer

We love this blurb in today’s GeekChicDaily.  “Most of the pieces on display are autobiographical and, as such, some are downright funny and others are incredibly embarrassing and glum. You know, just like life. Is that a Yiddish proverb?”

Above is an excerpt from Diane Noomin’s amazing “Baby Talk” (1995), by the way.

“Comic Artist at Center of Library Battle”

Posted in Uncategorized on December 17, 2011 by michaelkaminer

The artist in question is Ariel Schrag, and the book is Stuck in the Middle, the terrific truth-about-adolescence collection she edited.  Yes, it’s nearly 2012, and people are still challenging books.  One of your humble curators wrote up the situation for the Forward.

We’re in Time Out New York this week!

Posted in Uncategorized on December 10, 2011 by michaelkaminer

Check out this week’s Time Out New York, which includes a nice blurb about Graphic Details as part of a story on NYC comics-related exhibits.