On episode 51 of Mirage, Marcus Kwame Anderson and I discuss the social commentary at work in the graphic novels written by Joel Christian Gill.
Joel Christian Gill is an American cartoonist, educator, and author of a number of graphic novels from Fulcrum Publishing including both volumes of Strange Fruit. He currently serves as Chair of the Comic Arts program at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.
Marcus Kwame Anderson. was was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and lives in upstate New York. He creates art that is a representation of the beauty and diversity of the African Diaspora.
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