Tag Archives: adaptations

The Man Who Married A She-Demon

29 Jan

A while back I drew this adaptation of the myth “The Man who Married a She-Demon,” from Joachim Neugroschel’s The Dybbuk and the Yiddish Imagination for a collection called the Jewish Comix Anthology. You can buy the whole collection from AH Comics, but here is my little corner of that, for your enjoyment:

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Thoughts on “A Wrinkle In Time” at the LA Review of Books

13 Dec

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[The above images are from the film adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, which does the book no justice but contains some out-of-nowhere gems.]

My piece “Back in the Fold: On ‘A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel’” is up at the Los Angeles Review of Books! Go check it out if you’re interested, and say nice things about it so I get to read and write about more comics and sci-fi and YA lit. Or, I strongly encourage you to share, either here, over at the LARB site, or even via twitter (@jennabrager) either your memories of reading L’Engle, your reactions to the adaptation, or your aspirations to LARP the Murrays with me.

–jb