Synopses & Reviews
A literary anthology...with a twist.
Since its inception in 2005, MOME has bridged the gap between the contemporary graphic novel scene and the current cutting-edge literary scene, serving as a perfect sampler of today's best young graphic novelists in a quarterly format that sits as handsomely on the newsstand alongside journals like McSweeney's and Paris Review as it does in the graphic novels section.
Vol. 11 of the popular series welcomes Killoffer, the exciting French cartoonist whose work has previously only been seen in the acclaimed collection, 176 Apparitions of Killoffer, as well as newcomer Jon Vermilyea. Plus, several other surprises from some of the best new talent in comics.
MOME is an accessible, reasonably priced quarterly running approximately 120 pages per volume, mostly in color, and spotlighting the most exciting new storytellers in comics along with special surprises. MOME is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premier literary anthologies on the shelves, and the only one comprised almost entirely of comics.
A collection of short graphic novels from the literary anthology "MOME," featuring the work of twelve artists, including Josh Simmons, Pic, T. Ott, Laura Park, and others. Contains adult content.
About the Author
Gary Groth and Eric Reynolds both live in Seattle and spend their days at Fantagraphics Books.