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    Meeting Laura Pacheco, illustrator of “Reading Quirks”

    Meeting Laura Pacheco, illustrator of “Reading Quirks”

    Our collaborator, Katy Dycus, interviews the WD’s resident illustrator at her house and studio in Almería, Spain.

    Tinajero Papers

    Duped by Christine Maynard

    Duped by Christine Maynard

    I was a mark. I was the meal ticket for a nest of borderlines. While surrounded by their darkness, I became privy to their secrets. Calculating the depth and breadth of their lies, or trying to reach the kernel of truth, seemed impossible. Unsolvable. It was too arcane and complex to fathom that which engendered the duping. Once you begin to look, it’s everywhere. This story reveals those secrets as well as what galvanized the darkness. It exposes the hierarchy and how this well-oiled machine is organized, societally. Through my experiences I learned discernment, which I proffer to you. It’s easy to see where the duping ends, but where it begins… ah, that’s the question. Who is duping whom? The unravelling is up to you.

    Reading Quirks

    Reading Quirks (60-64)

    Reading Quirks (60-64)

    This is a comic series about all those weird things we readers do.
    Script by The Wild Detectives
    Illustrations by (the indefatigable) Laura Pacheco
    November ’17

    Articles

    The ‘Bestest’ of 2017

    The ‘Bestest’ of 2017

    The very best of 2017 according to The Wild Detectives’ family.

    Reading Quirks

    Reading Quirks (56-59)

    Reading Quirks (56-59)

    This is a comic series about all those weird things we readers do.
    Script by The Wild Detectives
    Illustrations by (the fantastic) Laura Pacheco
    October ’17

    Books

    Oil Blood by Leif Wenar

    Oil Blood by Leif Wenar

    Book of the Month for November 2017

    Books

    En torno a Conjunto Vacío, de Verónica Gerber

    En torno a Conjunto Vacío, de Verónica Gerber

    La artista y escritora mexicana Verónica Gerber Bicecci escribe y dibuja un libro que se acerca a esas orillas “donde las cosas tienden a desdibujarse”.

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