Sky In Stereo by Sacha MardouSky In Stereo by Sacha Mardou

Sky In Stereo

bySacha Mardou

Paperback | October 23, 2015

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Iris, a young woman turning eighteen in early 1990s Manchester, England, is slowly losing her tenuous grip on her world of burger-flipping, drugs, and rock 'n roll. After quitting her job at a clothes shop, Iris takes a position at a burger bar at the train station, where her crush on fellow burger-flipper Glen takes her down a dark path. A Revival House Press production in association with Alternative Comics.Mardouis from Manchester, England and now lives in St Louis, Missouri. She has been making mini-comics since 2001, and was a founder of the all-girl comicWhores of Mensa. Mardou contributed art to the 2015 filmThe Missing Girl.
Mardou is from Manchester, England and now lives in St Louis, MO. She has been making mini-comics like 'Anais in Paris' and 'Manhole' since 2001, and was a founder of the all-girl comic 'Whores of Mensa.' Mardou contributed art to the 2015 film The Missing Girl.
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Title:Sky In StereoFormat:PaperbackDimensions:180 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.44 inPublished:October 23, 2015Publisher:Alternative ComicsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934460834

ISBN - 13:9781934460832

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One of the Outstanding Comics of 2015." -Village Voice"It looks, with eyes wide open, at the teenagers who are awkwardly - and sometimes, due to the increasing availability of heroin, dangerously - coming of age in Manchester's thumping music scene." - Katie Haegele,The Believer"It's a coming-of-age tale if there ever was one." - Frank Santoro,The Comics Journal"It feels personal, and intimate in a way that belies its status as fiction." - Tim O'Neil,Onion AV Club"Mardou's black-and-white line drawings are expressive, focusing primarily on the interactions between characters but also capturing moments of solitude in a spare but effective way." - Eva Volin,Booklist"If the biggest problem with a book is the fact that I didn't like that it ended, I'd call that a success." - Kevin Bramer,Optical Sloth"Mardou pens a compelling story . . ." -Lady Collective"The tale is broad in its thematic scope, covering everything from religion to drug use to teenage relationships and the search for one's place in the world." - Joshua K. Connelly,Riverfront Times"Mardou does a wonderful job of capturing the aimlessness of this in-between age, as well as its unexpected joys." -Publishers Weekly"Mardou's narration is wonderful. She paces the story quite well making every page feel intimate and personal." - Dustin Cabeal,Comic Bastards "One of the Outstanding Comics of 2015." -Village Voice"It looks, with eyes wide open, at the teenagers who are awkwardly - and sometimes, due to the increasing availability of heroin, dangerously - coming of age in Manchester'apos;s thumping music scene." - Katie Haegele,The Believer"It'apos;s a coming-of-age tale if there ever was one." - Frank Santoro,The Comics Journal"It feels personal, and intimate in a way that belies its status as fiction." - Tim O'Neil,Onion AV Club"Mardou'apos;s black-and-white line drawings are expressive, focusing primarily on the interactions between characters but also capturing moments of solitude in a spare but effective way." - Eva Volin,Booklist"If the biggest problem with a book is the fact that I didn'apos;t like that it ended, I'apos;d call that a success." - Kevin Bramer,Optical Sloth"Mardou pens a compelling story . . ." -Lady Collective"The tale is broad in its thematic scope, covering everything from religion to drug use to teenage relationships and the search for one'apos;s place in the world." - Joshua K. Connelly,Riverfront Times"Mardou does a wonderful job of capturing the aimlessness of this in-between age, as well as its unexpected joys." -Publishers Weekly"Mardou'apos;s narration is wonderful. She paces the story quite well making every page feel intimate and personal." - Dustin Cabeal,Comic Bastards"