And Then There Were None: Agatha Christie

Published by William Morrow and Harper Collins “Ten little soldiers went out to dine; / One choked his little self and then there were nine.” Ten people are summoned to a weekend on Soldier Island, a rugged piece of rock off the Cornish coast with a single large house. Some have received invitations that purport …

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The Taiga Syndrome: Cristina Rivera Garza

Translated from Spanish by Suzanne Jill Levine and Aviva KanaPublished by And Other Stories “‘But you must know about the taiga syndrome, right?’ he asked...‘It seems,’ he continued, almost whispering, ‘that certain inhabitants of the taiga begin to suffer terrible anxiety attacks and make suicidal attempts to escape.’ He fell silent, though it seemed like …

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Integrating Design into the Narrative: An Interview with Rian Hughes

Photo: Steve Cook Rian Hughes is an Eisner-nominated graphic designer, author, illustrator, comic artist and typographer. He has published two novels, XX and The Black Locomotive. He has also written graphic novels, the first of which was The Science Service. Rian has worked for British and American advertising, music and comic book industries, and has …

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