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Flavorpill included Building Stories in its Fall 2012 Books Forecast!

One of our favorite graphic novelists of all time, Ware’s newest effort is what Publishers Weekly calls “one of the year’s best arguments for the survival of print.” Indeed, Ware’s gorgeous, complex treasure chest of a book — actually 14 separate printed works that can be read in any order — tells the complex, interconnected story of a lonely woman and the building she inhabits, and demands to be handled with care, each component studied and cradled and touched. You might be touched, too.

(via Flavorwire » The Flavorpill Fall 2012 Books Forecast)

Flavorpill included Building Stories in its Fall 2012 Books Forecast!

One of our favorite graphic novelists of all time, Ware’s newest effort is what Publishers Weekly calls “one of the year’s best arguments for the survival of print.” Indeed, Ware’s gorgeous, complex treasure chest of a book — actually 14 separate printed works that can be read in any order — tells the complex, interconnected story of a lonely woman and the building she inhabits, and demands to be handled with care, each component studied and cradled and touched. You might be touched, too.

(via Flavorwire » The Flavorpill Fall 2012 Books Forecast)

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