Edited by Frederick Luis Aldama
New & Forthcoming Latinographix Titles:
Diary of a Reluctant Dreamer
Undocumented Vignettes from a Pre-American Life
EXPECTED Pub date: September, 2017
127 pp. 8 x 10
Read about the series and the series editor, Frederick Luis Aldama, in the Columbus Dispatch and on the Melville House blog, MobyLives!
This series will showcase trade graphic and comic books—graphic novels, memoir, nonfiction, and more—by Latinx writers and artists. The series will be rich and complex, bringing on projects with any balance of text and visual narrative, from larger graphic narratives to collections of vignettes or serial comics, in color and black and white, both fiction and nonfiction. Projects in the series will take up themes of all kinds, exploring topics from immigration to family, education to identity. The series will provide a place for exploration and boundary pushing, and will celebrate hybridity, experimentation, and creativity. Projects will be produced with quality and care, and will exemplify the full breadth of creative visual work being created by today’s Latinx artists.
About the Series Editor
Frederick Luis Aldama is University Distinguished Scholar as well as Arts & Humanities Distinguished Professor of English, Spanish and Portuguese at The Ohio State University. He is the author, co-author, and co-editor of 24 books, including his forthcoming bilingual illustrated fiction book, Long Stories Cut Short: Flash Fiction from the Borderlands. In addition, he is the editor of OSU Press series Cognitive Approaches to Culture and Global Latin/o Americas.