6 edition of Old man winter & other sordid tales found in the catalog.
Old man winter & other sordid tales
J. T. Yost
|Other titles||Old man winter and other sordid tales|
|Statement||by J. T. Yost.|
|LC Classifications||PN6727.Y67 O44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2009464763|
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The other four (All is Forgiven, Logging Sanjay, Roadtrip and Circus) have been in anthologies and art shows, but Old Man Winter and Other Sordid Tales is the only place to get Yost’s work as a collection.
While the subject matter of the five stories is wildly varied, the quality of the stories is much more consistent.
Old Man Winter & Other Sordid Tales GN by (W/A) J.T. Yost J.T. Yost's first collection of comics is alternately humorous and quietly devastating, but is consistently brutally honest. Story themes include animal abuse, a widower's internal struggle, and a bizarre junior high-school prank.
I've had a copy of J.T. Yost's Xeric Award winning book, Old Man Winter and Other Sordid Tales for at least a couple weeks now. And it's got some good stuff in it – easy to see why it caught the eyes of the Xeric Grant folks.
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Yost), one CUSTOM drawing by any of. My old pal Tod Parkhill (first guy I met at college, first guy to publish my comics) was kind enough to send me a copy of 'Brick', a weekly alternative newspaper in Richmond, VA that has a review of my comic in it. The review is written by Patrick Godfrey, the owner of Velocity Comics in Richmond.
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