Invincible Summer: An Anthology, Volume Two by Nicole J. GeorgesInvincible Summer: An Anthology, Volume Two by Nicole J. Georges

Invincible Summer: An Anthology, Volume Two

byNicole J. Georges

Paperback | August 11, 2008

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After years of over-caffeination and restless free time, acclaimed artist and writer Nicole J Georges has amassed hundreds of pages of autobiographic comics, lush illustrations of doggies and elephants, and confessional diary entries in her zineInvincible Summer. This volume presents the next four years in the continuing adventures of our intrepid hero and her tumultuous, yet always entertaining, life. We're also treated to the usual vegan recipes, priceless moments, friendships, humor, fashion, and heart from this rad Portland lady.
Nicole J. Georges is a zinester, illustrator, and pet portrait artist. She has been publishing her own zines and autobiographical comics for more than 14 years, the most recent of whichInvincible Summer, and teaches self-publishing and autobiographical comic workshops to children and seniors.
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Title:Invincible Summer: An Anthology, Volume TwoFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.75 × 7.13 × 0.68 inPublished:August 11, 2008Publisher:Microcosm PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934620661

ISBN - 13:9781934620663

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"Basically, this second collection of her long-running comic zine is more or less about her day-to-day activities, which somehow make the extremely mundane and typical feel entertaining. I mean, I’m not sure how numerous repeats of ‘made breakfast, went to work, hung out with friends, made a joke, played with dog’ became a real page turner for me. It just did. It’s not all boring though. There are a couple of tour diaries (both with a band, as part of the Sister Spit reading tour) that proved to be engaging and full of excitement."  —Hanging Like A Hex